iUseMac announces 48 hours of iPhone App Promo Codes to Giveaway
February 3, 2010 in Promotions
[prMac.com] Udine, Italy - iUseMac today announced that it will be featuring an iPhone App Giveaway on Thursday February 4th and Friday February 5th. Usually iUseMac offers popular Mac applications at reduced prices for limited time periods, this time will offer hundreds of promo codes for iPhone apps. This Giveaway ends on the 5th February 2010 and is only valid for a US iTunes account.
Between the apps in the "iPhone App Giveaway" there are also: iDatabase for iPhone, a personal database that let's you organize all the information and data of your life, with this database for iPhone, you can manage membership lists, expenses, projects, keep track of your internet accounts and much more!
SMS Language for the iPhone, the world's first dictionary app for the iPhone that defines short abbreviations used in online chat and text messaging. English-Italian Dictionary for iPhone, comprehensive English-Italian translation dictionary for iPhone and iPod touch; Apimac English-Italian Dictionary is an English/Italian translation dictionary for iPhone that combines all the necessary stuff for students learning Italian: a comprehensive and up-to-date dictionary with grammatical notes; a huge phrase book containing thousands of English phrases with Italian translation, English idioms and proverbs; an exhaustive business dictionary for helping users to compose commercial letters, send emails and make phone calls in good Italian language.
Based in Udine, Italy, iUseMac is a privately held company founded in 2009 by Gabriele Gobbo. Committed to offering the most popular applications to Mac users around the world, iUseMac is devoted exclusively to special offers on leading software solutions for the Mac platform, with a major emphasis on total customer satisfaction. Every week iUseMac offers a new Mac application at a discounted price for two days only. Copyright (C) 2009-2010 iUseMac. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.