February 5, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Mesa, Arizona - LEARN2MAKE LLC, is giving away the iPhone App "Balloon Animals 3D Pro" free for a limited time to celebrate the new TV show "The Unpoppables". The show premieres on Monday night, February 7th on TLC. The show follows 3 artists as they create amazing balloon sculptures, balloon clothing and balloon art for parties, and other events. With the app, viewers of the show will be able to learn to make their own balloon art.
Interest in the limited time free app promotion of "Balloon Animals 3D Pro" has not gone unnoticed. The popular iPhone app website www.FreeAppCalendar.com has featured the app for a day as the FREE App of the Day app on it's webite for Saturday, February 5th, 2011.
The app teaches users how to make 10 different balloon animals step-by-step with computer rendered 3D animations. Some of the Balloon Animals included in the app are a dog, a monkey, a motorcycle and a flower. Users can interact with the 3D balloon animals by touching and tilting their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. Normally the app sells for $2.99, but until the premiere of "The Unpoppables" TV show on Monday night, February 7th, the app will be free for anyone who would like to download it.
"Making the app free is a great tribute to the first Prime-Time show about balloon art. Balloon twisters and artists everywhere are elated about the show! We are making the app free so that more people can be aware of this great show, and fun balloon art form. They can use the app to participate in the fun activity of making animals and sculptures out of balloons." states Emilia Queiroz, owner of LEARN2MAKE LLC. Queiroz adds, "Just go down to your local pharmacy or supermarket and buy some long skinny balloons- especially since you didn't have to buy the app! If you can't find balloons at the store, order them online from learn2make.com/store."
Future Verizon iPhone users need not miss the opportunity to get the "Balloon Animals 3D Pro" app for free. Even though the iPhone is in the midst of launching on Verizon, those future iPhone owners can still get the app for free. If they log onto their iTunes account on their computer, they can search for LEARN2MAKE and download the app to their computer. Once they get their Verizon iPhone, they will just need to sync their iPhone to their computer, or download the app wirelessly directly to their phone. Since they have already downloaded the app for free, they will be able to download it again for free at any time, even after the app goes back to its original price.
The app also includes a 3D Dollar Origami instruction for folding a shirt out of a dollar. These instructions are included as a free preview of the upcoming Dollar Origami instructional app from LEARN2MAKE LLC.
Once the promotion has ended, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users can still get the free version of "Balloon Animals 3D" which contains 2 balloon animal instructions and instructions to fold a dollar into a duck.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later (iOS 4.0 Tested)
* 16.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Balloon Animals 3D Pro 2.0 (includes 3D Dollar Origami Shirt instruction), is being offered for free until "The Unpoppables" TV show premieres on TLC on Monday night February 7th. The app is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games -> Educational and Games -> Family categories. The easiest way to find it on the App Store is to search LEARN2MAKE. Balloon Animals 3D 2.0 (includes 3D Dollar Origami Duck instruction) is always available free of charge in the Games -> Kids and Games -> Simulation categories of the App store.
Learn2Make is a small team of entertainers, graphic artists, animators, and programmers. Learn2Make utilizes industry standard software and talent to create 3D animated instructional applications for mobile devices and the web. Copyright (C) 2011 Learn2Make LLC. 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. "The Unpoppables" is a registered Trademark of TLC and the Discovery Corporation.