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(OTC: BLAP) New Twitter Application Solves Wide Spread Problem

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NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 02/02/10 -- Blast Applications, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: BLAP) announced yesterday the launch of their newest Twitter application Twedemption.

For a one time fee, Twedemption version 1.2 eliminates the need for a Twitter user to clear his inbox of unwanted Direct Messages (DM's) manually. Direct Messages accumulate as a Twitter user's following grows. Twitter has yet to address this issue by adding the ability to delete messages in bulk.

With Twitter receiving over 50 million unique visitors a month and Social Media applications expected growth to reach $4.6 billion dollars by 2013, more businesses are turning to advertising, communicating and sharing ideas via sites like Twitter and Facebook. By continually focusing their applications on a viable revenue model as they do with Twuition and Twedemption, Blast Applications' overall income should increase as their applications are more widely adopted.

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