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Liquid5 Secures Strategic Seed Funding and Expertise

Mar 20, 2013 - UK based application and games developer Liquid5 today, is proud to announce they have secured seed funding for a range of new product streams and cross promotional platforms. Investment has been secured by the firm's co-founders Ted Nash and Nick Reffitt, from Marc Nohr (co-founder and CEO of Kitcatt Nohr Digitas), Steve Pankhurst (co-founder of FriendsReunited) and Tim Ward (former marketing director at FriendsReunited).


Do you look more like Mum or Dad? There's an app for that

Dec 20, 2012 - UK based Liquid5 today introduces Mum or Dad 1.0, its new entertainment application for iOS. Mum or Dad aims to settle the age old dispute of whether a person looks more like their mother or their father in a quick and entertaining way. The app scans a photograph and then compares it to the two selected photos of the parents. Mum or Dad uses the Fibonacci Ratio to scan the parents' faces and map their features, which are then compared with the user's photo.


Liquid5 announces the launch of FaceFriends

Dec 19, 2012 - Liquid5 today introduces FaceFriends 1.0, their new facial recognition app for iOS. FaceFriends determines who your best looking friends are by simply scanning your face with your iPhone's camera. The app uses mathematical calculations and Fibonacci's Golden ratio to scientifically approximate how attractive you and your friends really are. Simply connect the app with your Facebook account using its seamless integration, and you can scan the faces of all your Facebook friends, family and foes.


Are You More Attractive Than Your Partner? Let Your iPhone Decide.

Dec 18, 2012 - Couples can now settle any ongoing dispute about who is more attractive in their relationship thanks to a new smartphone application launched by 21-year old entrepreneur, Ted Nash. Girlfriend vs Boyfriend 1.0 can answer any burning questions about the looks of a partner and how they compare by using the most powerful opinion out there: science. Girlfriend vs Boyfriend scans a user's photo alongside their partner's and applies the ratio to calculate which one is scientifically more attractive.