WIESBADEN, Germany, May 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The new iPhone app for happiness – "lubbaa" - analyses relationship harmony and allows people to analyze their partners based on biorhythms.
So, how does it work? It's easy to use. All the user needs is the person's date of birth and lubbaa estimates four areas: physical, emotional, intellect and sensitivity to determine how harmonious two people would be in a potential love relationship. Within seconds, the app delivers the news.
"In our private and professional lives, selecting the right partner is key to finding success in love and business," Nick Melekian, psychological coach from Wiesbaden, and co-owner of lubbaa says. "This new iPhone app gives women and men the option of finding out how well they will harmonize with one another before they start a relationship."
The results reveal the degree of relationship harmony that can be expected physically, emotionally and intellectually. It also reveals the common level of sensitivity. All of these factors can work together to predict a perceived attraction as well as overall relationship happiness.
lubbaa also has the ability to compare several people. All previous results can be saved and then compared and contrasted with one another in a clear and easy-to-understand table format.
"It's easy to 'check your mate' with these tried and tested methods," adds Melekian.
Starting today, lubbaa is available from the Apple App Store for 0.89 euros or $0.99 US. A version for Android smart phones will be available soon.
About lubbaa developers:
The app was developed by Nick Melekian, and communications consultant Joerg Diel. Melekian combines experience in conventional psychology with various alternative approaches. Diel has his own agency and works on a multitude of projects in the fields of communications and new media.
For more information: www.lubbaa.com.
To view a video about lubbaa Analyses Relationship Harmony on YouTube, visit: http://youtu.be/Ild1JxUUx0k.
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