This is what SquashMyCar does. And we love it!

We have had a great week here on squash my car.  In these early days of getting out there and meeting people we have been busy on Facebook and Twitter and finding out just how much genuine enthusiasm there is out there in the car and motorsport crowds.  It doesn’t get much better than that!  It is great to be making friends along the way and we are hugely pleased that you all love the app.  That counts for a lot so thank you everyone.  It is hugely appreciated.  We have had some great support.  Just a few examples are @Drivin4Pleasure (very complimentary so thank you, thank you, thank you), @BigBearF1 (‘keep up the cracking work” We will, thanks), @BlackrockAllan (“your app is addictive, great fun!” Cheers guys), @AlistairF1 (sorry the app kept you up all night!), @japplebyracing (“I just love this app from @SquashMyCar 2 more then I will stop.” Ha ha, we knew it was addictive) and @RupertLichfield (who allowed us to use all the muscle cars on their website  This is to name just a few.  Check these guys out on Twitter.  Great fun.  To celebrate here are a couple of before and after shots.  This is what the SquashMyCar app does.

Squash My Porsche

We are always grateful at Squash My Car for rave reviews, especially when we know our app has had the effect it was designed for – to get people to forget all about work and get SQUASHING instead! So we couldn’t have been more pleased when the guys at Ferdinand Magazine, the new free monthly digital magazine for Porsche enthusiasts, told us that this was exactly what had happened to them when the Squash My Car app appeared in their office.  ”We have to confess,” they say, “we’ve been wasting time in the Ferdinand offices this morning, thanks to a great little iPhone and Android app. Squash my Car does exactly what it says on the tin…” Read on here …

Well it got us thinking.  We have always loved squashing Porsches.  The reality is that we love squashing everything (with two wheels) but the Porsche seems to squash particularly well.  For this reason, here is our tribute to the mighty Porsche.  To check out the amazing Ferdinand Magazine click here: