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TheInsider iPhone App Launched In Auckland Last Week

TheInsider iPhone Application Was Launched In Auckland Last Week

TheInsider is an iPhone application which allows users to locate happy hours, 2 for 1 nights and other similar specials in Auckland and Wellington bars, cafes and restaurants. Version 1.1 of TheInsider is now available to download from the Apple app store, and can be downloaded free from here or by searching “Insider” on the Apple app store.

The new version of the Insider includes an overhauled user interface and the ability to share deals via facebook, twitter and email. TheInsider's new website was also launched last week, and can be found at

If you have any questions about TheInsider, please do not hesitate to contact us at, or on Twitter: @insiderapp.

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