When a couple uses Couple Karma, the idea is that they exchange ‘wishes’ with each other.

How does that work?

Let’s take an example, one from close to home. Mrs Couple Karma likes flowers. She likes flowers a lot. And she particularly likes it when Mr Couple Karma gives them to her.

The only problem is that Mr CK doesn’t always remember to give Mrs CK flowers as often as she’d like. What to do? Couple Karma to the rescue!

Mrs CK opens up Couple Karma on her phone, and she clicks ‘add wish’. Every wish needs a title, so she writes ‘It always means a lot to me when you give me flowers xx :)’. (Mrs CK always follows the Big Unwritten Rule of Couple Karma: phrase your wishes in a positive, loving way!)

If she wants, Mrs CK can add some extra touches to her wish. For example, she might add a nice photo of some flowers. Or she might say more about what kinds of flowers she likes in the ‘description’ box.

When Mrs CK adds her wish, Mr CK gets a notification on his phone. Hopefully, he acts on this and goes to buy some flowers. When he does, Mrs CK can click the ‘heart’ emoji to show him that she appreciates the gesture.

What if Mr CK doesn’t get around to buying flowers, though? This is where the ‘nudge’ button comes in. Mrs CK clicks the nudge button, so Mr CK gets a new notification to remind him. He takes the hint and goes to buy his lovely wife some flowers. Hurray!

What about Mr. CK, though? All this talk of flower-buying, haven’t we forgotten about his wishes?

The great thing about Couple Karma is that both partners can have several wishes active at the same time. So while Mr CK is at the florist, Mrs CK might be booking a table at his favourite restaurant, if that’s what he’s added as one of his wishes.

So Mrs CK gets her flowers, Mr CK gets his romantic night at the restaurant, and all is well at Couple Karma HQ!