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Want to try out for free? Here's 200 invitations!

Want to try out for free? Here's 200 invitations! (ADN) recently announced their new, invitation-only free accounts. They're a great way to try out the many services ADN offers, including the Twitter-like microblogging platform, the better-than-DM messaging service, and the cloud storage offering. ADN is a complex, chocked-full-of-potential service, and it's smart to let people try it out for themselves and get a feel for it before deciding to go all-in on a paid account.

Until recently, however, invitations were limited and could be hard to come by. So, ADN has reached out to iMore, and other, similar websites, where the community is filled with just the type of people who might enjoy trying out and using their service. And they're handing out a heap of invitations. 200 to put a number on it.

That's a good number, but they'll go fast. If you want want, grab it now!

By using an invitation, you'll automatically follow iMore. (Since you're here, we're hoping you don't mind, but you can promptly unfollow us if you like, and while we'll be sad, we'll understand!)

You can also find the iMore staff on ADN via accounts below. You should follow us. We'd love to hear what you think!

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Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, Vector, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Reader comments

Want to try out for free? Here's 200 invitations!


Thanks for this! I have been wanting to try for a while! I didn't think I'd catch one with being 20 minutes behind the post, but I got one!
Thanks again! You guys are wickedly awesome!

I have the freemium account and trying to decide if I want to pay for it or not. I do like the service though that's for sure. Also I'm already following all you guys as usual haha.

Thank you for posting this on Twitter. Only snapped up an account thanks to having Twitter notifications enabled for all iMore staff. :-D Love it!!!

UPDATED (as of 04/23/13)

If there are any people out there still seeking a free invite to, I have 4 available via the below links. Enjoy! ;)