Filed under: WIRELESS | Tags: Basketball, CBS, Handhelds, iPhone, Match.com, NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship, Smartphones, Sport
Online dating site Match.com is releasing a native iPhone application for its 15 million members to date on the go. The app allows users to edit their profile, upload photos, and even has an opt-in to a location based feature that allows them to see singles in their area. (http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/03/23/matchcom-launches-native-iphone-app/ 3/23)
Smilesformiles? Ick. This causes vomitsalot. Very cute girl but perhaps next time, let’s try to find a photo without the friend you cropped out. Tack-y.
Advertisers for CBS broadcasts of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament are getting a bonus: Their ads show up in games viewed on iPhones via a $4.99 app. Coke, for one, is happy: “It’s an innovative application that gives us an additional way to connect with NCAA fans.” (Iwantmedia 3/23, http://www.usatoday.com/money/advertising/adtrack/2009-03-22-iphone-apple-cbs-ncaa-app_N.htm 3/22)