Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

Trying to plan something special and unique for Valentine's Day can be harder than it sounds. Luckily, there are tons of apps available in the App Store that can make your job just a little easier. From sending flowers to making dinner reservations and everything in-between, these are the best iPhone apps to make Valentine's Day 2015 one that you and your special someone will remember for years to come.

1. ProFlowers

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Don't forget the flowers

Picking out flowers doesn't have to be hard, and it also doesn't have to involve ever leaving your house. ProFlowers has lots of great arrangements available especially for Valentine's Day, as well as any other day. Just pick the date you want them delivered and you're done.

2. OpenTable

Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

Plan a great dinner

If you want to go out for dinner for Valentine's Day, you'll want to make a reservation in advance — if you haven't already. OpenTable lets you do it through Siri or through the company's app. You can browse types of restaurants, view availability, and book without ever having to pick up a phone.

3. Shari's Berries

Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

For more than flowers

If flowers aren't on your thing, everyone likes edible treats. Shari's Berries specializes in dipped strawberries, cake pops, and other kinds of delicious treats. Just pick what you want, tell the app where you want it sent, and you're done!

4. Hotel Tonight

Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

For last minute planners

Sometimes you just don't know where the night will lead, or perhaps you forgot to book something in advance. For last-minute reservations at great prices, look no further than Hotel Tonight.

5. Airbnb

Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

For a unique getaway

If hotels aren't your thing, Airbnb serves up unique properties of all kinds. You can rent out an entire home or sleep in a treehouse under the stars; there are tons of possibilities depending on where you're located. And hey, it's a heck of a lot more romantic than a boring old hotel room.

6. Pocket Kamasutra

Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

For after hours fun

Sex is an important part of any healthy relationship, and if you're looking to spice things up this year, Pocket Kamasutra is what you want. And don't worry, you can passcode the app later so unwanted eyes don't wander across something they shouldn't.

7. LivingSocial

Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

For finding things to do

If the standard dinner and flowers shebang isn't your thing, LivingSocial is a great way to explore and get great deals on attractions near and far. From skydiving to a relaxing day at the spa, there are lots of ways you and your Valentine can spend the day that are anything but traditional.

8. Print Studio

Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

For unique cards and beyond

Print Studio lets you turn your own photos into beautiful greeting cards, photo books, and anything else you can imagine. In this case, perhaps the best way to say I love you is a unique card that everyone else won't be receiving. We're sure this will score you extra bonus points with your significant other.

9. Pinterest

Best Valentine's Day apps for couples

For home made gifts and recipes

You can find pretty much any kind of project or recipe on Pinterest — and that includes ideas for Valentine's Day. So whether you want to craft something for your loved one or you want to find a great recipe and cook dinner together at home, Pinterest is a great place to start.

Your favorite Valentine's Day apps?

If you're planning on doing something special with your special someone this Valentine's Day, what apps are you using to plan, order, and make your day great? Let me know in the comments!

Allyson Kazmucha

iMore senior editor from 2011 to 2015.