After reading that 15% of women in the UK would prefer a marriage proposal over the phone or social media, we brainstormed a few ways a guy (or gal) could pop the question using their apps.
Love is eternal, but Snapchat is not. A good bet if you think she might say no. (Or, try out the new replay feature. Or! Make it your story. She [and all your friends] can watch it over and over for a day or two.)
“Will you marry me?” is only 18 characters. You have plenty of space to add a name, and maybe an “I love you”!
For good measure, this proposal is more direct (and has an answer!):
Words With Friends.
This one is risky. First, you need all the right letters. Second, you have to make sure your future spouse doesn’t steal your spot with a word like “Mustard” or “Zooms”.
Vine’s 6 seconds, unlike Snapchat’s, will loop over and over and over, so you can experience the question a million and a half times.
(This was the first Vine proposal on the books.)
This app starts as a Harry Potter quiz that was touted to the girlfriend as a promotional game to win tickets to the last movie. This was the last question. If you want to make a Yapp for your wedding proposal, let us know.