Bribe Your Friends App: Seeking Help from Friends Made Super Easy + Fun

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Bribe Your Friends
Developer: Junglee Applications LLC
Price: free Download on the App Store

Junglee Applications LLC, a San Diego based mobile studio, is excited today to announce the launch of Bribe Your Friends 1.0 app onto the App Store. Compatible with the iPhone and iPod touch, this free social app provide users an innovative platform to seek quick help from their Facebook contacts & friends by enticing them with small gifts ('Bribes'). People often look for help from their close contacts for tasks like an airport ride, apartment moving, furniture assembly, shopping advice, party planning or for help with a college assignment. Folks can entice their contacts by offering them movie tickets, drinks at a nearest bar or a gift card in return of getting their help.

Bribe Your Friends is currently available for download on the App Store for free in the Social Networking category.

Straightforward enough to be accessible to users of any level, the app seems most helpful for professionals, college students and parents. People can signup easily be connecting the app to their Facebook account and start sending help requests right away. Why not use the great skills of our own network when we need help? People are using the app to learn yoga, seek shopping advice, find baby sitters, and for party planning services. Students are excited about this app as now they can seek help from their contacts on complex topics like maths & science. The app is also gaining traction among Moms who are actively using it to seek help with multiple household chores. Gifts being offered range from $20 gift card to pizza at a good restaurant. This app is a great way to reward and seek help from friends and Facebook contacts.

Bribe Your Friends 1.0 is a free app and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Social Networking category.

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