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A Censored app for February

Issued by: So Interactive | 24 Feb 2014 11:05
Ocean Basket celebrates the month of love this February and So Interactive, digital creative agency, has built a cheeky mobile app which integrates with their naughty Valentine's TVC and "Aphrodite Meal" in-store promotion. The app is driven by the tag line "Censored - Explicit Seafood Scenes" to evoke user interest and increase engagement.

The sexy Censored app is also strategically married to a retail-driven competition called "Oceans of Love", which sports an exotic Mozambique Cruise as the grand prize for anyone who eats at Ocean Basket this February.

So Interactive's slick app design and seamless mobi development has delivered an engaging and fun brand experience.

Get Censored and view the app here.

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