Pocket Snapper Celebrates Halloween with the Treasure Hunt Event
October 29, 2012 in Photo and Video
[prMac.com] Tainan, Taiwan - Kdan Mobile, a mobile software application developer, has launched the Treasure Hunt event for its much-praised photo app Pocket Snapper - iModel and Virtual Studio. The event, which runs from October 29 to October 31, 2012, invites all to join an interesting puzzle game and get a chance to win great prizes. The Company will also make Pocket Snapper free during the three days in celebration of Halloween.
To take part in the event, participants have to visit the event page and follow the instructions. The first respondent with the correct answer will earn a $20 iTunes gift card. The Company will also randomly draw a number of lucky winners from the remaining participants and reward each of them with a $10 iTunes gift card and promo codes of the Company's apps. Kdan Mobile will announce the winners on its Facebook fan page on November 1, 2012.
"The event offers a great opportunity for us to interact with the growing Pocket Snapper community and allows more people to see what this versatile photo app can do," remarked Kenny Su, CEO of Kdan Mobile. Pocket Snapper differentiates itself from other photo apps with its ability to capture still images from videos. "This is an innovative idea as there are only a few apps in the market offering this kind of flexibility," commented Kevin Huang, Chief Designer of Kdan Mobile. "Such design makes Pocket Snapper an ideal photo app that helps users preserve the Halloween memories both in the forms of videos and images," added Huang. He also promised that the Company will be constantly seeking ways to improve the app to meet market needs and customer satisfaction.
Kdan Mobile Software is a company specializing in mobile application development. Kdan aims to bring a ubiquitous mobile operating environment to end users by providing innovative service and powerful technology. (C) 2012 Kdan Mobile Software Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.