SOURCE: Blast Applications, Inc.
PLAINVIEW, NY--(Marketwire - Oct 17, 2012) - Blast Applications, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: BLAP)
Two new golfers have joined our revenue-sharing GolflixPro App, Australian star Aaron Baddeley as well as German star Bernhard Langer, who won his 16th Championships last week. Eight top professional golfers have already partnered with us in a short period of time.
Plus, Apple has approved the new Petcake game App just in time before the holidays arrive, to the great joy of our little ones. In this new game with multiple levels they will have new features, such as being able to see the highest scores of the previous players.
And yes, there is a third revenue-sharing App coming! It should arrive before the human mass-extinction event which has received heightened media coverage, and it's likely to increase exponentially as we get closer to the December 21, 2012 deadline. It is coming, ready or not, the Mayan calendar.
"Once again we have increased our core of partners. And once again, revenue is the key," states CEO Dino Luzzi. http://www.blastapplications.com/apps
About Blast Applications, Inc.
Blast Applications, Inc. is a premier creator and developer of applications for iPhone®, Twitter® Facebook®, BlackBerry and Nokia, 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 http://www.blastapplications.com/page/services
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