BroApp is the “clever relationship wingman” app.
It lets guys send pre-programmed text messages to their wives or girlfriends so that they can hang out with their boys uninterrupted.
The app was founded by two Australian guys who got inspired after they both realized they weren’t spending enough time with their girlfriends because of a long work day. They created a demo BroApp just for their use that sent a single daily check-in message and it was well-received by their girlfriends.
Here’s how BroApp works: A guy can select pre-programmed texts to send to his girlfriend, but app users are encouraged to either edit those, or write their own, original versions. Then he sets the time and date to send the text and the app does the rest.
There are also some built in precautionary safety features: the app knows the woman’s WiFi so she won’t get an awkward text if the guy who pre-programmed the message is at her house. It will also cancel a scheduled message if either member of the couple recently called or texted the other. And just in case a girl wants a peek at someone’s BroApp, she’s put on “girlfriend safety lock down” and misdirected to a fake list of gifts the guy is fake-planning on buying her.
The app is available for Android users and an Apple version is coming soon.