New DietOrb App Goes Viral On App Store, Servers Go Offline Temporarily

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In less than 48 hours, DietOrb is glowing in early success as a new app on the iTunes App Store. Enough users were already downloading and installing the iPhone app to bring down their streaming servers that supports the special audible frequencies for mobile users.

However a quick fix was put in place with a secondary fail-over server within a few hours and the exploding growth is now back on track with complete transparency to DietOrb users moving forward.

"It took us by surprise when we realized how many users we were supporting so quickly, we really didn't know coming out of the gate how DietOrb would be received." said the lead developer of DietOrb, Matt Dizon. "It is beyond believable what we are seeing right now and we really are heading quickly for DietOrb to move into the mainstream app market once people realize that this app completely breaks the mold of what an app is capable of." Dizon went on to say.

Already called "The .99 Cent Diet" in some places, including the app's own website, DietOrb promises easy weight loss by balancing the frequency of the human body with the frequencies emitted by the iPhone and pairing with specially designed isochronic tones that promote a "fat burning zone" when all syncd together.

Not only a large amount of users causing the launch snafu within their first few hours, DietOrb has also seen early news coverage which has certainly led to such great exposure and the word getting out about the concept. "It has been great so far. I think most of us here in the office are working on just a few hours of sleep." said Dizon.

DietOrb 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Health & Fitness category. DietOrb for Android is currently in development.

This app is not currently available in the App Store.

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