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TrulySocial Launches Flirt Planet Meet and Flirt Planet Play for Frustrated Singles

There is new hope for those looking for love, as TrulySocial today launched two free apps, Flirt Planet Meet and Flirt Planet Play, on the iPhone® and iPad®. Each provides a practice ground to perfect flirting skills without the embarrassment of real life situations.

The Flirt Planet social ecosystem, which includes digital dating app Flirt Planet Meet and mobile game Flirt Planet Play, is the first to integrate and offer dating and free gameplay. Flirt Planet Meet enables participants to find better and more compatible matches to ultimately date or become new friends offline. First-time users take a quick, optional personality test that taps into the subconscious. The results are then used to develop a personal profile, called Matching Sauce. Participants use the Matching Sauce to see with whom they are compatible in the online dating arena and choose for themselves with whom they would like to engage.

Flirt Planet Play offers a dynamic new free-to-play mobile gaming genre, Flirtual Reality, to develop flirting skills for real life situations. A group of neuroscientists and game developers, trained by dating experts, have designed a vast range of interactions that use artificial intelligence to challenge and delight users with connections to attractive avatars. The exchanges help gamers develop new social and flirting skills that can then be used in Flirt Planet Meet to find great matches. In addition, Flirt Planet Meet’s artificial intelligence uses the flirting behavior exhibited in Flirt Planet Play to further refine a user’s Matching Sauce.

“Millions of people in the world are searching for love and want to form a fruitful bond with someone. The only thing stopping them is a lack of confidence. Confidence is the key to everything,” said Sebastian Coman, founder and creative director, TrulySocial Ltd. “The real beauty of our new dating ecosystem is our apps working in harmony – getting to know the love of your life on Flirt Planet Meet, and then before interacting in person, practicing the art of seduction in Flirt Planet Play, to build up your confidence and sweep them off their feet!”

Flirt Planet Meet is available free from the App Store on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch or at www.AppStore.com/FlirtPlanetMeetFlirt Planet Play is available free from the App Store on iPad or at www.AppStore.com/FlirtPlanetPlay.

Flirt Planet Play is also available on Facebook and further iPhone updates and Android versions will be coming to both apps soon.

Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

About TrulySocial Ltd

TrulySocial Ltd was founded in 2011 by Sebastian Coman, who identified a need to provide platforms for better real-life relationships. The company is passionate about enabling users to truly socialize in the real world through technology and the development of creative, cross-platform social apps designed to help bridge the gap between the online and offline worlds. Coman and his team create virtual environments that encourage user engagement and equip them with the necessary social skills and techniques to enhance both online and offline relationships.

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