New York, NY, July 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- CanDoBetter.com takes a fundamentally different approach to online dating by creating a unique service that specifically targets singles before they decide to enter into a new relationship. CanDoBetter.com gives users that extra seal of approval from friends and other users of the site.
“Cosmopolitan has one of the most loyal followings of all women’s magazines and it is aimed right at our target demographic,” states CEO of Blast Applications Dino Luzzi. “We are excited that such a well known magazine would mention CanDoBetter.com.”
About Blast Applications, Inc.
Blast Applications, Inc. is a premier creator and developer of applications for iPhone®, Twitter® and Facebook®, allowing users to have more fun, be productive and make social media sites easier to use and more intuitive than before. For more information please visit www.blastapplications.com and www.candobetter.com.
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