Women are obsessed with numbers, from the karat count in a diamond, to the number of Dallas Diamonds you've given your carrot to -- damn, if you do it with a pro football player, is it really cheating? Keeping you up to date with the most important numbers of all: Mansaver.
From a crew of Dallas app designers, Mansaver is a stupid-simple way for scatterbrained (i.e., all) men to cure themselves of "O.F.I.R.D.S." (Often Forgetting Important Relational Dates Syndrome) by tipping them to all manner of crucial days she'll consider important, and you won't even consider, unless you've got an app to remind you. To set up the basic service, simply specify "married" or "dating", input your relationship's start date, and five days prior Mansaver will alert you to Hallmark holidays from crucial (Valentine's) to possibly fictitious (Cuddle Up Day?), various anniversaries (from 1yr on to infinity), and a slew of milestones, not just "we've been together one month!", but also meaninglessness like 111, 333, 777 and 1,234 days -- which actually does have meaning, in that it's the day on which you've actually started to buy into this crap. For the textually dysfunctional, Mansaver'll even offer up terrifyingly thoughtful notes for you to shoot over, honey-dripping nonsense like how if life were a planet, you'd give her a galaxy -- though hopefully she'd prefer a Galaxie, because minivans are for old maids.
The plan's to update with more particularized features, designed to keep you up on important dates concerning the likes of, say, her in-laws -- who somehow expect you to add numbers to the family despite their daughter being more about karats than carrots.