2 for Couples magazine, has rolled out a free app of the magazine for the iPad, which will serve up monthly digital editions beginning with September and daily features such as the newsfeed 2Wire: Couples in the Know, with links to stories on celebrity couples, new studies and research on coupledom, relationship and sex info, as well as viral video content of interest to couples. Readers can also us 2Life—a section that allows couples to create profiles and store important relationship dates, sizes, household projects and gift wish lists.
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