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New Communication Tool Brings Social Networking Back to Real Life

Launched Tuesday, Singletones is an easy-to-use platform for individuals and groups seeking people to share hobbies, events, and activities, whether they are in Paris, Kuala Lumpur or Peoria, Illinois.

Singletones Corporation founder and managing director Richard Galovic built the site to inspire people to go offline more often and have more fun in the real world.

The 33-year-old Slovak native came up with the concept when he realized that despite his thousands of connections, he was still having trouble finding people with whom to travel, go to the opera, and play tennis.

“According to studies there are 120 million people in North America and Europe in the same situation,” said Galovic. “Singletones will attract travelers, couples, singles, and business people who want to make new connections to create and take part in activities anywhere.”

Galovic expects the site to have 5 million users worldwide within 2 years.

Singletones allows people to invite others to personal or commercial events based on interest, location, and time. In addition, they can create groups, teams, clubs or business units, share photos, and use smart message and location services.

Singletones will soon be available in nine languages, including Spanish, French, and Russian. The site is also accessible via mobile applications for iPhone and Android OS devices, for users on the go.

For more information:
www.singletones.com
All media calls +1 (646) 257-2127

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Contact Information:
Singletones
Belinda Whittaker
+1 (646) 257-2127
Contact via Email
www.singletones.com

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