'BroApp' texts your girlfriend, wife for you


'BroApp' texts your girlfriend, wife for you

By Julianne Cassidy. CREATED Feb 27, 2014

Two bros created the "BroApp" for their fellow bros as a personal "clever relationship wingman."

Only confirming their names as "Tom" and "James," these Australian app developers wanted to make texting your significant other so easy that you don't even have to actually text them. Yes, you read that correctly. 

Input your girlfriend's number, select an automated message from the stock list and set a date and time for delivery. And if you really want to show you care? You can even personalize the auto-text. That, my bros, is true love.

"BroApp is smart, taking all possible steps to safeguard the BroApp secret," reports CNET. "BroApp's unique detectors integrate advanced Android technologies that ensure your girlfriend never becomes suspicious of your relationship wingman."

If you're near your girlfriend's Wi-Fi the BroApp will refrain from sending an auto-text. Its "Contact Detector" will also cease automated messages if you're actually in the middle of a (real) conversation.

And if a bro's girl takes a peek inside the BroApp while on his phone? The "Intrusion Detector" shows a make-believe list of intended "gifts" for her.

Android bros are the only bros lucky enough to have this app at the moment. However, an Apple edition is well on its way.

Julianne Cassidy

Julianne Cassidy

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A city girl gone country, Philadelphia-bred journalist Julianne Cassidy relocated to be a Nashville-based digital editor for Scripps Media, Inc.