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A New Smartphone (not iPhone) App for Event Planners

The Perfect Date, an event planning and marketing firm, introduced an event planning app for smartphones in Google’s Android Market. This app has two functions. One is a meeting space calculator, assisting people in determining the space needed for a particular venue or the number of people that can fit into a space. The other is a budget calculator, allowing people to include all expenses related to an event and calculate the average cost of each attendee.

This app seems handy for professional event planners when they are away from their office and need to make a quick decision. I expect this app will become very popular among brides and bride moms. Another highlight is that this app does not target iPhone users. iPhone is so dominate in the market now, but I like to see The Perfect Date uses another channel. Competition is a good thing.

Last (nevertheless), I have to admit that I was quite disappointed in the Android Market when I tried to find out more information about this app. There is no “search” function in the market. I tried my best to browse the existing apps, but I cannot find this event planning app anywhere. I must have overlooked. I tried more than 30 minutes. Finally, I gave up trying. Good luck in finding this app and let me know how useful this app is.

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