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FriendBeat.com Announces Updated Version of Website
Date:8/23/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 23, 2013

FriendBeat.com, the website suggesting fresh approach to finding new friends, is pleased to announce an updated version of all existing features.

The new aspects of the website include revised and improved communication channels such as groups, private messages, events and an availability calendar. These enhanced features allow users to gain the maximum benefits of connecting with new friends that live in the same geographical vicinity and also help to foster social integration at the community level.

The improved features offered by FriendBeat.com work hand in hand to help users successfully socialize both online and offline,” says Jane Zazvonova, Creative Director of the company.
“The possibilities are endless once users begin to explore the multiple features offered by FriendBeat. Our tools open broad opportunities even beyond finding new friends. Our users have a chance to meet special someone in a comfortable space without embarrassment of online dating.”

One of the most interesting features on the website is called Beats. This application allows users to target people that live in close geographical proximity by sharing information about themselves and their hobbies. This helps users to step out of the virtual world into real life connections.

The Group feature encourages one to one as well as collective interactions. Users are provided with the tools to form groups composed of two or more people that share common interests. Identifying and sharing personal passions enable users to connect easily and provides a fun and effective way to form the basis of a potential friendship. Group activities could range from working out at the gym to meeting up for a cup of coffee.

Users can also plan Events so group members have the opportunit
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