November 18, 2011 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Mackay, Australia - The iMum, a popular new iOS app review site targeted at parents, will be hosting a week long event for little vehicle lovers from the 21-27 November 2011. During Vehicle Week, The iMum will be featuring an assortment of vehicle-themed reviews and promo code giveaways including apps from well-known developers, Oceanhouse Media, Duck Duck Moose, Ruckus Media Group and more.
The first themed-week was held in October for Halloween and saw a record amount of traffic visit the website and a huge increase in subscribers. The iMum Founder Amanda Powell says. "My reviewers and I are having a ball exploring all the vehicle-themed apps with our children and working overtime to complete the reviews. We're hoping for a repeat performance of last month!"
Developers of vehicle-themed apps for kids are invited to participate by placing their app on sale for the week or by offering promo codes to give away, both of which will be promoted through The iMum website and social media networks. "There has been a lot of interest in this event," Amanda says, " and with so many great apps involved, it's sure to be a hit."
Those interested are urged to follow The iMum on Facebook and Twitter to be kept up-to-date on new reviews and giveaways or subscribe to the blog so they don't miss out on any of the action. Developers wanting to join in are required to contact Amanda via email with the details of their giveaway or sale at their earliest convenience.
The iMum is a family friendly blog founded by mother of three, Amanda Powell, from North Queensland Australia. The iMum is dedicated to reviewing apps and products created for Apple devices such as the iPod, iPhone, iPad and Mac computer and also offers helpful articles and interesting interviews, as well as free apps and regular product and promo code giveaways. Copyright (C) 2011 The iMum. 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.