Dress Me Astrology just hit "NEW and NOTEWORTHY"

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  1. CanadaJ macrumors newbie

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    www.dressmeastrology.com

    International Psychic Astrologer Deborah Young has launched her first iPhone, iPad and iPod App called "Dress Me Astrology". Due to its fast popularity, it has been added to the itunes store's popular "New and Noteworthy" section. On top of that Deborah is being interviewed by local and international television and radio stations to talk about this fun App!

    What is it?

    An easy and fun App designed to tell you what the best colors and styles are to wear on a daily basis using Astrology. It also goes deeper and lets you know what the mood or 'vibe' of the day is. This App was created by International Psychic Astrologer Deborah Young who has been a Psychic Astrologer for over 17 years and has had more than 20,000 clients in over 40 different countries worldwide.
    Many of us wake up in the morning and begin making assumptions about how our day is going to be. Often we determine whether it will be a good day or a bad day before we even step outside. What if your life could be different?

    Dress Me Astrology is one tool that will help YOU be more in charge of your day. Now you can find out how your day is going to be, how people will respond to you and how you will feel about yourself. It has been designed to provide you with an Astrological guide to the most suitable clothing styles and color combinations to wear for any given day.

    “Our aim at creating Dress Me Astrology is to also provide a method for you to begin to explore your own emotions and how they impact on your life and those around you. Imagine a world with meaning. Imagine your life made richer.”
    … Deborah Young, Dress Me Astrology Creator and Psychic Astrologer

    Key Features:

    * Selecting the most beneficial colors and styles to wear on any day.
    * Customizing your App to suit your gender and age group.
    * Calendar feature that allows you to look ahead months or years into the future and learn what the mood of the day will be down the road, and what to wear.

    For more information, go to: www.dressmeastrology.com

    or visit the itunes App store (Search: Dress Me Astrology)
     

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  2. Scott549 macrumors regular

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    So she's pretending she's got some sort of supernatural power and this is supposed to make this app fun? Sounds like a waste of time to me.
     
  3. CanadaJ thread starter macrumors newbie

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    welcome to take a look

    please feel free to visit the website www.dressmeastrology.com so you can be more informed about the app, how it works along with Deborah Young and her work.
     
  4. arogge macrumors 65816

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    Can she tell me what Steve Jobs is going to release for new products next month?

    It really is scary to see how many suckers believe this nonsense. Can she certify her results and guarantee that the information delivered is accurate at some point in time, based on conditions presented in real-time? If not, her information is quite worthless.
     
  5. nelloc macrumors newbie

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    There is nothing supernatural about it. It's called astrology. With advancements in our understanding of the universe, astrology is becoming more and more plausible.

    I think you need to look into the facts about the sun, moon and this thing called outer space they fly around in. How our solar system and things in it actually work and behave before you say this is nonsense. If you dont believe in the color aspect of the app research some color theapy or color in marketing and tell me colors dont have something to do with people and thier mood. I know if you have the rare oppurtunity to meet Deborah Young she will, to your face, certify that everything she is putting into this app is guaranteed to be accurate and that the app is created for you in real time with a calendar function that allows you to 'see in to the future' and educate you on what colors the moons sign will be projecting.
     
  6. arogge macrumors 65816

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    I'd say that I'm qualified to discuss astronomy, and the bodies in space are hardly flying around in anything. The problem isn't about a person's mood based on clothing and basic surroundings, nor even the light reflecting off of the Moon. The problem starts with the claim that a few zodiac signs can somehow affect a person based on conditions that are dictated by humans. Anything that is based on a 12-month American calendar is obviously not accurate. Humans made that calendar, and it has been revised many times. I wear what I like to wear, and that does make me feel more confident. Realistically, sleeping and long-term preparation are what make me more confident. This has nothing to do with zodiac signs or the position of a few distant objects in the sky.

    Astrology has a huge flaw, in that it has taken astronomy and twisted the science around so that it says what gullible people want to hear. It also hides the real marvels of modern physics from the minds of those who let themselves be fooled by recent astrology.

    Even worse, astrology and many of the so-called "psychics" out there are causing a lot of noise. The predictions are garbage, much worse than listening to a weatherman who is sleepwalking. Are any of these people willing to be used to give certified results? What if there is a terminal penalty associated with being wrong? You can't be wrong, and you can't be inaccurate. That's the hard part, and where everybody runs away.
     
  7. Ward macrumors newbie

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    Astrology is a con. There is no link between our scientific understanding of the Universe and swindling gullible people out of money.
     
  8. Scott549 macrumors regular

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    Apparently people still take LSD.
     

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