Posted by Press Releases | Jun 23, 2010 | Comments 0
Madison, Wisconsin – Software developer, Steve Glinberg, today is pleased to announce a recycling program for iPhones and iPod touches that aims to bring high technology mobile devices into classrooms. Put your old iPhone or iPod touch to the best possible use – donate it to a school or to a program such as this so it can be put to productive use as a learning tool for children.
Posted by Press Releases | May 14, 2010 | Comments 0
San Francisco, California – Leading iPad developer xhumans announced plans today to donate 1000 copies of their hit application “The Orchestra” to music schools, conservatories, and music educators across the USA. This is one of the largest charitable applciation giveaways ever undertaken. The California based company said it will give 1000 copies – including free updates – to these organizations free of charge and restrictions. They are also providing these groups with free 24/7 service for the award winning app.
Posted by Jake Wright | Jan 16, 2010 | Comments 0
ShopKick recently released an application that is free and is pretty darn neat. The basis of the app is to visit just about any store and while you are there you open the CauseWorld app, touch check in and you are given karma points.