Need Help Finding Your Man’s VDay Gift? There’s An App For That!

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For many men, Valentine’s Day is one of the most frightening holidays, and finding the perfect gift can be a struggle. Thankfully, there’s an app for that. It’s called Qloo (pronounced “clue”) and it’s a free personalized discovery app that provides unique and individual recommendations based on a person’s tastes across eight categories – music, film, TV, dining, nightlife, fashion, books and travel. By getting to know the whole person, Qloo delivers suggestions for any occasion or mood, such as places to go on date night or a must-see movie, customized to your tastes.

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This Valentine’s Day, Qloo has its thousands of users helped curate the following list of gift ideas for that special lady based on her latest favorite flick, including:

· If she likes “Gravity,” buy her Beyonce’s “Beyonce” music album, a gift card to Marc Jacobs, the “Gone Girl” book by Gillian Flynn, and if you want to splurge, take her to Maui for vacation.

· If she likes “American Hustle,” get her John Mayer’s “Paradise Valley” album, a gift card to BCBG Max Azria, “The Death of the Heart” book by Elizabeth Bowen, and if you want to splurge, take her to Las Vegas.

· If she likes “Her,” get her Bon Iver’s “Bon Iver” music album, a gift card to Zara, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” book by Stieg Larsson, and if you want to splurge, take her to Barcelona.

· If she likes “12 Years a Slave,” get her Ed Sheeran’s +(Plus) music album, a gift card to Michael Kors, the Divergent book by Veronica Roth, and if you want to splurge, take her to Napa Valley.

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