If your partner has one of these apps, they could be chᴇᴀting on you
It is one of the most popular dating apps. However, if you’re in a committed relationship – there’s no reason you should have this app on your phone.
Creating matches by mutually swiping right on a person’s profile picture, Tinder has become a popular dating app today, with no place in long-term relationships.
2. Ashley Madison
Slogan “Life is short, have an affair” shows everything. it’s no doubt that this app is one of the most glaring signs of your partner’s infidelity.
Ashley Madison is an app and service designed for discretion in affairs and unashamedly encourages discreet relationships among married users and those looking to explore beyond the bounds of their relationship.
3. OkCupid/Bumble/POF (Plenty of Fish)/Grindr
All three of these apps work similarly by creating matches based on mutually and anonymously liking another user’s profile.
Like Tinder, these apps are also location-based and offer suggestions from other users based on their proximity.
Grindr, however, which works in the same fashion as the others, has also become the world’s largest social networking app for gay, bi, trans, and queer users.
While all smartphone users have instant messaging apps, like WhatsApp, Telegram, and Signal, it’s the lesser-known communication apps that may hold all the secrets.
We’re not saying your partner isn’t part of the Hawks or CIA. Still, all of these apps offer end-to-end encryption and privacy. Many (especially the lesser-known ones) provide a further veil of discretion around communication.
While this list is non-exhaustive, given the launch of new communication apps every day.
Apps like these aren’t go-to instant messengers, especially if your partner isn’t using them to communicate with you.
Having one of these instant messaging apps installed may not necessarily point to an unhappy home, but they provide a good indicator.
However, just because they don’t have one of these apps doesn’t mean communication with a fling isn’t happening elsewhere like Facebook Messenger or “sliding in the Instagram or Twitter DMs”.
5. Vaulty Stocks / Private Message Box / Avira Vault
Not all apps are easily noticeable on your partner’s smartphone.
Many offer the option to hide not only messages but also photos and videos.
Through various apps like these three mentioned, users can sometimes communicate with each other and discreetly hide photo and video content sent from their side piece.
While these might not necessarily expose your partner’s affair or even contribute toward it, these are just some of the apps to raise an eyebrow over.