Singapore – Diving Dude, the social scuba iphone app, has announced the launch of its first iPhone, iPod Touch app, featuring an exclusive platform that will allow its users to enhance their diving experience. It is awesome and your buddies will enjoy new discoveries with you.

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“This is an awesome experience, it takes diving to a new level.” says PY, Founder. “We do hope our users will enjoy this new app and will be screaming for more.”

The app allows its users to create dive spots, log their dives, make new friends and most of all share their experiences with buddies directly on the app as well as Facebook and Twitter. Above all, it is free!

Within weeks of the launch, the Diving Dude garnered huge downloads.

The platform was developed from someone who is enthusiastic with diving and excited to share these beautiful experiences with friends.

To download the Diving Dude app, please visit the Apple App store or diving-dude.com

About Diving Dude

Established in 2011, Diving Dude is a new happening. The founder created the app to connect the diving community and share the diving experiences. Being an enthusiastic diver himself, he has incorporated many exciting features of diving in the app. Watch out for more exciting stuffs to come!

For more information, visit them on their:

Website

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Twitter

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