Groundhog Day is just about here, and while it may not be the best way to predict how the remainder of winter may go it is indeed, a tradition that many take part in every year. The folks at Iconosys have whipped up a little app for the occasion that basically just serves as a reminder to reach out to your friends and family more often.
"We need all the reasons we can to reach out to our friends and loved ones, and let them know we are thinking of them. This is a cute way to do so, and for no compelling reason at all, other than the fact that we want to let these people know we are thinking of them. And not to mention that Groundhog Day with Bill Murray was one of my favorite movies of all time, too,” commented Wayne Irving, Iconosys CEO.
You can send "shadow" messages, track groundhog day predictions and more with the app. Just basically a fun app to download and play around with. Have some fun with it. You can download Groundhog's day from GetJar, for free. [Press Release]
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