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36 Questions To Fall In Love With

Arthur Aron’s psychology study has been featured on ABC, CBS, the Today Show, the Guardian, the Telegraph, Cosmo, KQED, the Huffington Post, and many local news sources

Arthur Aron’s psychology study has been featured on ABC, CBS, the Today Show, the Guardian, the Telegraph, Cosmo, KQED, the Huffington Post, and many local news sources

36 Questions To Fall In Love With

by Krister Johnson
36 Questions To Fall In Love With
36 Questions To Fall In Love With
Apple Watch
36 Questions To Fall In Love With Apple Watch App
36 Questions To Fall In Love With Offers Apple Watch App
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What is it about?

Arthur Aron’s psychology study has been featured on ABC, CBS, the Today Show, the Guardian, the Telegraph, Cosmo, KQED, the Huffington Post, and many local news sources.

App Details

Version
3.6
Rating
(14)
Size
23Mb
Genre
Lifestyle
Last updated
May 1, 2017
Release date
April 13, 2015
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App Store Description

Arthur Aron’s psychology study has been featured on ABC, CBS, the Today Show, the Guardian, the Telegraph, Cosmo, KQED, the Huffington Post, and many local news sources.

First popularized by the New York Times article “To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This,” Arthur Aron’s study had participants ask each other a series of increasingly intimate questions. After the questions, participants looked into each others eyes for four minutes. Six months later, two of the participants got married.

This app differentiates itself from other 36 questions apps with:

Split Screen Mode - perfect for sitting across from each other at dinner. When using split screen mode, questions will appear in both directions on the device, so that both participants can see the question being asked.

Insomnia Mode - no need to perpetually unlock the device every time you are ready for the next question. When using insomnia mode, your device will not fall asleep.

Brightness Adjuster - don’t spoil the mood with the bright glare of your device. The brightness adjuster allows you to use the app even in romantic, low-lit settings.

Eye Contact Timer - built-in timer for the eye contact portion of the exercise. No need to switch to your clock app and be startled by a pesky alarm.