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This Valentine's Day the Search for a Soulmate Goes High TechBox of Chocolates. Too Fattening. Flowers. Again? A Card. Really? New iPhone App to Find a Forever Valentine? Totally. (February 01, 2010)
WOODLAND HILLS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/01/10 -- Introducing iRelate, from myPersonology.com, an unprecedented new way for people to streamline their love lives. With this exclusive new app, users simply dial in two birth dates and hit reveal. The specific dynamics of that exact match-up are described in a relationship report that offers the pros and cons of the pairing. They would know right on the spot if they are compatible and if it's a relationship they should pursue.
There are hundreds of different relationship apps out there, but nothing like the groundbreaking iRelate, which contains 1,176 different, unique relationship combinations. People who have used iRelate have been amazed at the accuracy of the reports. They're based on decades of research by internationally bestselling author and Personologist Gary Goldschneider. He studied the life stories of over 20,000 people, then categorized common traits held by each person based on the day they were born. So iRelate's wealth of information actually comes from real life experiences.
Goldschneider's bestselling books "The Secret Language of Birthdays" and "The Secret Language of Relationships" have already sold 2.5 million copies. Now, the secrets contained in his books are available for the first time as an iPhone app.
iRelate was recently featured on KTLA's popular "Kurt the CyberGuy" segment. So forget the flowers and candy. Give a gift that people can actually use this Valentine's Day. A date with iRelate.
For more information, go to myPersonology.com, or to schedule an interview with Gary Goldschneider or the creator of iRelate, contact Media Director Stephanie Caramelli at 818-207-8862, or email [email protected].
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