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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Seattle-based interactive media company Mindbloom has partnered with best-selling author John Gray to provide relationship advice across the company’s apps.

Gray penned the New York Times best-seller Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus and will join two others also signing on with Mindbloom’s content partner network: Arielle Ford, love expert and author of current relationship bestseller Wabi Sabi Love, and Dr. Barton Goldsmith, syndicated columnist and radio host.

John Gray.

It’s all part of Mindbloom’s addition of relationship-related content into their three apps: JUICE, Bloom and Life Game. The apps combine the principles of behavioral science and gaming mechanics with the knowledge of experts and authors to help users improve their life.  

Mindbloom, based in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood, was founded by Chris Hewett, formerly of the Monolith Productions video-game studio, along with Brent Poole, an veteran.

See all the iOS apps for Bloom and JUICE here.

Previously on GeekWire: Feeling tired? Mindbloom app helps increase your energy level with a smartphone

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