"We see the Pink Kisses app as something fun, flirty, and not to be taken too seriously. It's really you sending yourself a fun, loving message each day," says Alison Chace, the actress and entrepreneur behind Pink Wisdom.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) January 10, 2023
Pink Wisdom, a premier digital destination for career and relationship advice, is excited to announce the launch of their first app, Pink Kisses. This unique app sends one or two positive texts per day to a user's phone for only $20.99 a year.
Pink Kisses sends users daily fun and flirty messages, such as "I woke up thinking about you" or "How do you manage to look so stunning every day?" Users can name the sender whatever they desire, whether it's the name of their crush, a friend they're secretly daydreaming about, or even their own name as a reminder to treat themselves with kindness. Although the app isn't designed to provide a direct reply, users are free to respond if they wish. Pink Kisses is available in English, Mandarin, and Japanese.
The Pink Kisses app incorporates the idea that receiving a text message can release dopamine, which can improve one's mood and well-being. Although not scientifically proven, this feature is intended for those interested in digital self-care and is not intended to replace real-life relationships.
Pink Kisses isn’t quite an AI partner, and isn’t quite an affirmations app — it lives somewhere between the two, in a fanciful home all its own. Alison Chace, the actress and entrepreneur behind Pink Wisdom, sees the app as a lighthearted novelty item — and also as a wink reminding the user is worthy of love, whether coupled up or soaring on her own.
According to Pink Wisdom, their new app, Pink Kisses, can help improve relationships. Users can send the texts to themselves or forward them to a loved one as a way to strengthen their bond and deepen their connection.
Pink Kisses is available for iOS devices and can be downloaded for free for the first three days, with a subscription of $2.49 per month or $20.99 per year thereafter.
"Pink Wisdom's tagline is 'sugar, spice, and expert advice,' and we especially love the 'spice' part," says Alison Chace, the actress and entrepreneur behind Pink Wisdom. "We see the app as something fun, flirty, and not to be taken too seriously. It's really you sending yourself a fun, loving message each day."
Pink Kisses is the perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day (or any day) and practice digital self-care in a fun and lighthearted way.
How does it work?
Download the Pink Kisses app from the Apple Store.
Sign up to receive one or two texts each day.
Name the Simulator Sweetie who will send the juicy messages.
User begins receiving Pink Kisses the following day.
Contact Pink Wisdom founder Alison Chace at firstname.lastname@example.org or 917-821-8931 for more information, or visit https://www.pinkwisdom.com/pink-kisses and follow @pinkwisdomdotcom,
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