Looking for Love? It's at the iPhone App Store
South Korean app is a virtual girlfriend who sends you messages
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 24, 2010 12:18 PM CST
A screenshot from a YouTube video promoting the app.   (YouTube)

(Newser) – Are you a lonely South Korean with an iPhone and $2 to blow on a twisted facsimile of human intimacy? Then you should definitely run and download “Honey, It’s Me!”—an app that sends users recorded messages from a beautiful imaginary girlfriend named Mina. You’ll get messages like, “Are you still sleeping? Time for breakfast!” or “Good night, sweet dreams.”

“I’ve developed this application to console people for their loneliness,” the developer tells Aol News, promising that English and Japanese versions are in the works. Of course, in Japan, Mina's going to have some stiff competition from the ladies of Love Plus.

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