Following evidence from studies into the psychology of attraction which show photos can ‘re-light’ the fire when it comes to romance, today sees the launch of a free app that helps you do just that.
‘Love is in the app’ is the perfect way to woo any partner this Feb 14th. This clever Facebook app from PhotoBox, the UK’s favorite destination for photo printing, sharing and photobooking, uncovers couples’ most romantic, forgotten moments; letting them re-live their passion and fall in love all over again.
After pulling all your Facebook photos together from your personal albums plus any snaps you’re tagged in; you’ll be asked four amorous and thought provoking questions. Your photos scroll past in kitsch real-life scenarios – frames on a mantelpiece to scattered retro prints amid coffee cups on your work desk – whilst you choose the pic that makes your heart skip a beat – ‘favourite place’, fuzzy feeling’, ‘a photo that makes you smile’ and of course ‘the things you love the most’.
Once you’ve chosen the photos that rock your world, watch as your romantic memories appear in a stylish photo montage in front of your eyes, with a variety of loved up backgrounds to choose from. Then the easy bit; share your heartfelt snapshot with the one you love via email or on facebook to guarantee smitten smiles every time. You can even turn your montage and favourite photos into beautiful keepsakes for that long lasting loving feeling.
The app was developed after research showed that visual stimuli – such as photographs, letters or loving keepsakes – can be used to re-awaken and re-establish past loving feelings. Dr. Angela Rowe a Professor of Psychology at Bristol University who’s investigated past relationship and attraction studies commented on this past research: “By looking at meaningful objects you can re-activate the memory linked to that object and effectively re-live that feeling.” She added: “Such techniques are sometimes used in relationship counseling, where couples are invited to share old memories of better times. This helps to open up dialogue between couples, and allow them to share their views on how and why things have changed and their loving feelings may have changed since they first met.”
A UK customer survey  conducted by PhotoBox further supported these findings, with 70% agreeing that photos on the walls, photobooks and love letters, have proved vital to maintaining strong relationships that stand the test of time.
Here are three top tips to help ensure you don’t lose ‘that loving feeling’ this Valentine’s:
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PhotoBox is the leading online photo service in the UK where it pioneered online printing, storing, sharing, community and publishing services for digital photos before extending its range to innovative products such as photo books, calendars, and greeting cards. Merging with leading French service Photoways in April 2006 to create Europe’s market leader, PhotoBox now boasts over 11million members and nearly 200million photo prints and has won more awards than any other online photo printing website with the latest including Which? Magazine’s Best Buy and Gartner’s CRM Excellence Award.