Last-minute 'I love you's': CNET News Video
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Whether you're a procrastinator, slacker, or just plain forgot about Valentine's Day, some simple tech tricks can save the day. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi offers last-minute, high-tech ways of saying "I love you."
Who doesn't love receiving flowers? The new free app, BloomThat, guarantees delivery of a locally sourced bouquet in 90 minutes. Prices range from $35 to $60 including the delivery. Services limited to the San Francisco Bay area now with more Metropolitan areas to be included soon. ProFlowers is another free app that makes ordering and sending a breeze. The site offers a wide range of bouquets starting at around 30 bucks. Delivery does cost $15, but freshness is guaranteed for one week and the company does ship nationwide. If you need a poetic way to express your feelings, check out the free iOS app, Love Quotes, Romantic Poems for access to more than 1500 famous sayings about love and romance. Show the words of your choice through email, text, or even social networks. Finally, send a hand-made Valentine's day card electronically. The free iPhone app, Be Mine Lite, lets you upload a photo and decorate it with hearts, lips, cupids and a message of your choice to email in just seconds. In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.