KissMS app lets you send virtual kisses this Valentines

"KissMS" is an app that allows users to send "real" kisses and bouquets to their near and dear ones on Valentines day.

Published Date
14 - Feb - 2014
| Last Updated
14 - Feb - 2014
 
KissMS app lets you send virtual kisses this Valentines

Now you can send bouquets and kisses to your loved ones on this Valentines Day with KIssMS. The app is available for Android on Play Store and for iOS users on the App Store.

KissMS app has been developed by Volmacht Business Solutions (VBS) a Kerala based start-up. The app enables users to send hugs, kisses and bouquets to their loved ones. According to Badusha Gulam Khader, the CEO of VBS, KissMS enables a user to place a ‘KISS’ at the centre of emotional messaging.

He adds, "Users can send different ‘kisses’ depending on the purpose and mood of the message, including Good Morning Kiss, a New Year Kiss or a Birthday Kiss. The app also offers a variety of ‘Kimojis’ (kiss emoji) with a choice of hugs, bouquets, punches and even rings. Users can send text messages or a 10-second long voice message along with the KissMS message.

"There are different types of kisses like Good Morning kiss, New Year kiss, Birthday kiss, Get Well Soon kiss, Miss You kiss and so on. One can reject 'kisses' if they don't like them and can accept the rejected kisses later," VBS CEO Badusha Ghulam Khader said.

Maghesh Babu, managing director of VBS said, “It’s not just an app. It is one that is going to change the way people look at a kiss. One can rate kisses and an optional attachment of 10-second audio recording facility has been included in the app to bring the message more forcefully. The idea is to turn a kiss into a synonym for ‘I care'."

Recently a new app called 'Romantimatic' was launched by Greg Knauss, a web and software developer. The app reminds the user to send romantic text messages or call your partner. Users can enter their partner's phone number and set the time and frequency with which they want to receive notifications. The app sends an automatic push notification when it's time to call your partner or send them an SMS. Users can send cute messages like "Totally swamped, but can't get you off my mind," or write their own personal texts.

Source: HT