Whether you're married or casually dating, these apps could help you feel all warm and fuzzy inside by the end of the day.
If you think music is the fruit of love, but don't have enough time to create that perfect playlist, why not let Valentine's Day Music Radio do the work instead. The app, which is free for the iOS, has ten different stations that users can choose from.
The app features famous readings of love poems, prose and letters by celebrities including Damian Lewis, Helen McCrory and Tom Hiddleston. Released in October 2013, the app invites users to make and share their own versions to their loved ones and other social networks.
Emma Watson, the Harry Potter actress, recently recorded some poetry for the app, which will be released on Valentine's Day. Other authors whose work features in the app include William Shakespeare, Jane Austen, JK Rowling and Emily Dickinson.
The Love Book app, which is available from the App Store, costs £1.99 with 10% of all sales going to UK charity Save the Children.
The Android app, which stars feline characters Angela and Talking Tom Cat, allows users to send a variety of different love themed e-cards with captions on them. All you have to do is choose the one you like from the app, save it to your device and then send it to your special someone via text, email or any social networking site.
It might be nice to start off the day by sending your sweetheart a bouquet of red roses or blue violets.
The app allows users to choose their favourite flowers for different occasions including Valentine's Day. Simply choose and buy your favourite set, and get them delivered right at the doorstep for your loved one.