Mobile applications company Mobestar has introduced GaydarMobile 150, mobile version of online dating service Gaydar, in the UK and Australia.
This new service has been introduced by QSoft Consulting’s Gaydar service with Mobestar’s mobile dating technology platform, mDate, which allows anonymous live voice and video calling services for its users.
Peter Richards, chief executive at Mobestar, said: Although GaydarMobile has only been operational for three months we have taken note of the requests from early users and built them into a brand new software release. There are many new functions within the new product such as enhanced searching and messaging together with a new pricing tariff that reflects this increased functionality.
GaydarMobile 150 is scheduled for roll out in the UK from November 22 and from December 1 in Australia. Mobestar expects to derive additional revenues of approximately GBP10,000 in November 2007.
In a similar move, Mobestar has launched Singles365, mobile dating services for singles on November 20, 2007 in collaboration with Whitelabeldating.com. The contract is expected to earn GBP25,000 to Mobestar in November 2007 and the subsequent revenue share will be split into 50-50 with Whitelabeldating.
Source: ComputerWire daily updates