Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 14, 2011
Now it’s quicker and easier than ever to get authoritative curly, kinky and wavy hair information. Now curly heads everywhere can access the NaturallyCurly.com and CurlyNikki.com forums right from their smart phone to get motivated by inspiring stories, keep up with the latest news from their curl friends, and get plugged in to curly community! NaturallyCurly, the leading social network for people with curly, kinky and wavy hair, announces the launch of two FREE mobile applications for its discussion forums on NaturallyCurly.com and CurlyNikki.com.
The mobile phone is an ideal platform for NaturallyCurly.com and CurlyNikki.com to extend its existing brand on the Internet to reader’s fingertips. With 80 percent of smart phone users accessing applications daily, mobile apps are recognized as the newest channel of communication for innovative markets.
“Our users have been asking for the ability to chat with their curl friends via their mobile device,” says Michelle Breyer, president and co-founder of NaturallyCurly.com. “We are so excited to provide our users with a mobile application that will allow them to experience NaturallyCurly.com ‘s CurlTalk forums on the go.”
The CurlTalk mobile application will include forums on topics such as products, gossip, make-up, skincare, specials and coupon codes. Being able to upload pictures, ask questions or make comments on various topics will bring curlies all over the world together.
CurlyNikki, a community of curlies dedicated to teaching, learning, and sharing about all things natural hair, will use its mobile application to allow its readers to share experiences, frustration, and triumphs of being naturally glamorous on the go.
“CurlyNikki.com is an online hair therapy session for those struggling to embrace their naturally curly hair. This mobile application will allow curlies to have all the information they need at their fingertips just in case something happens!” says Nikki Walton, founder of CurlyNikki.com
The mobile applications will be released into the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android market. Both mobile apps will be available free of charge.
To download the NaturallyCurly.com CurlTalk Forum App, search “CurlTalk” in your app store. Or see the below links:
Go here to download the iPhone version of the CurlTalk app.
And go here to download the Android version of the CurlTalk app.
To download the CurlyNikki.com Forum App, search “CurlyNikki” in your app store.
Go here to download the iPhone version of the CurlyNikki app.
And go here to download the Android version of the CurlyNikki app.
Supported devices: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android. Coming Soon: Blackberry.
Later this year, NaturallyCurly will introduce additional applications.
Founded by Alicia Nicole Walton in 2008, CurlyNikki.com is an active blog within the natural hair community. Nikki, a licensed psychotherapist, created the blog to serve as an online “hair therapy session” for those with natural hair struggling to embrace their natural hair. The site inspires, educates and motivates anyone wearing his or her hair naturally. Servicing an existing, growing community of more than 200,000 unique visitors, the site features community and celebrity interviews, styling tips, how-to videos and inspirational stories. CurlyNikki.com is the leading natural hair expert in the blogosphere, encouraging people everywhere to share their experiences, frustrations and triumphs of being naturally glamorous.
Founded by Michelle Breyer and Gretchen Heber, NaturallyCurly is a network of sites that informs, empowers and unites a community of people brought together by a common interest – curly hair. The flagship brand, NaturallyCurly.com, attracts 500,000 monthly engaged, influential consumers creating user-generated content on a daily basis. The network includes CurlyNikki.com, the leading natural hair blog with a growing community of 200,000 uniques, CurlStylist.com, a professional community especially for stylists servicing their curly clientele, and CurlMart.com, a boutique e-commerce site showcasing more than 50 brands and 500 community-vetted products. The entire network logs 2 million monthly visits from an average of more than 250 countries worldwide, all finding the common thread – a curl, kink or wave – that bonds them together.
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