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Aquascape debuts water gardening app

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The app offers water gardening tips and information for iPhone and Android smartphones.

| May 21, 2012

ST. CHARLES, Ill. – Aquascape, a manufacturer of pond products and supplies, debuts its new smartphone app designed for pond and garden enthusiasts. The Aquascape app offers water gardening tips and information, divided into five sections. Notable features include:

• Hundreds of water photos including landscape transformations, fish, aquatic plants, and beautiful outdoor living spaces.
• Latest news on Aquascape pond products and events.
• How-to videos on pond installation, maintenance, fish and plant care.
• Water gardening articles that cover fish and plant care, water quality, design tips, seasonal maintenance, and more.
• Online store that showcases a variety of pond supplies.

“The Aquascape app is like a miniature version of our website right at your fingertips,” states Greg Wittstock, founder and CEO of Aquascape. “Our goal is to provide useful information on all things related to water gardening on a convenient, easy-to-use mobile device.”

The Aquascape App is available for Apple’s iPhone and Google Android-based smartphones. To preview and download the app, visit the iTunes Store or Android Market, then search for Aquascape Pond app.
 

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