Are You More Attractive Than Your Partner? Let Your iPhone Decide.

London, United Kingdom – Couples can now settle any ongoing dispute about who is more attractive in their relationship thanks to a new smartphone application launched by 21-year old entrepreneur, Ted Nash. Girlfriend vs Boyfriend 1.0 can answer any burning questions about the looks of a partner and how they compare by using the most powerful opinion out there: science.

The application launched as part of the Liquid5 series of apps which includes recent releases like Facefriends and Mum or Dad. Ted joked: “After countless discussions with my girlfriend about who was the most attractive in the relationship I decided to eliminate our opinions and let science decide.”

“This application uses Fibonacci’s Golden Ration to decide who is scientifically more attractive. I’m really excited to launch Girlfriend vs Boyfriend because it has the potential to entertain people on a global scale.” The Golden Ratio is a reliable method of comparing features and Nash has used it as the backbone of his apps before. Fit or Fugly, FatBooth and Baldify work in similar fashion and have proven to be a hit on the App Store.

Girlfriend vs Boyfriend scans your photo alongside your partner’s and then applies the ratio to calculate which one of you is scientifically more attractive. The app will be great fun for already existing couples, but can also be used to establish whether or not you really want to go ahead with the date you have planned. This app can help you figure out if someone is physically right for you, and you may choose to act on the result or just use it for a laugh.

What’s certain is that it’s quick and easy to use; you can upload photos from your phone, your Facebook account, or just take one on the spot. The results may surprise you. People have used this app for many reasons, and some have even decided to end their relationship because of the result.

Nash is already a poster boy for entertaining apps and has proven to be a hugely successful software mastermind. He was the first teenager ever to achieve 1 million downloads on the App Store and he’s not a stranger in the media. He established Liquid5 together with co-founder Nick Reffitt to build on the success of his previous venture, Venevi Enterprises.

Liquid5 is backed by Steve Pankhurst, the founder of Friends Reunited, and is bound for success with apps that play on people’s curious and humorous side. Nash is not afraid to push the boundaries; his first popular website Little Gossip took the world by storm in 2010 and received over 30,000 unique hits in the first hour.

Since then, the young entrepreneur has been determined to draw people in with his fun and engaging creations, and has set his goals high. To find out more about the company’s philosophy and products, visit Liquid5 online.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, iPod touch (3rd/4th/5th generation), and iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 9.5 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Girlfriend vs Boyfriend 1.0 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.

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Founded by Ted Nash and Nick Reffitt, and with backing from Steve Pankhurst (Founder of FriendsReunited), Liquid5 make apps that play on people’s curiosity and sense of humour, networks that truly bring people together, and utilities to improve your everyday life. With nearly two decades experience in digital products, Liquid5 are bringing their knowledge to the world of Mobile Discoverability, making it easier for users to find the apps they want, and for developers to get the recognition they deserve. With over 5 million downloads under their belt, and with significant media coverage across the UK, the growth of Liquid5 continues to draw attention and fascination. Copyright (C) 2012 Liquid5. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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