TiPb Give-Away: Navigon MobileNavigator and Macworld Guided Tour!
MobileNavigator [$69.99 on sale - iTunes link] maker Navigon is going to be at Macworld 2010 next week and knowing them, they may just have a few surprises in store for the show! You'll be able to find out all about them first hand from Navigon, February 11-13 at booth #575 (or second hand from TiPb if you're following along online).
To celebrate, Navigon is giving TiPb readers a chance to get MobileNavigator for FREE!
If you're going to be at Macworld, Navigon is offering:
- Two (2) lucky readers a FREE copy of MobileNavigator along with a hands-on demo at their booth from Navigon's product manager, Bernd Hahn, who'll show you all the tips and tricks you'll ever need to know. (You have to be at Macworld on Feb 11 and/or 12 to claim it.)
If you're following along online, Navigon is offering:
- Two (2) lucky readers a FREE copy of MobileNavigator as well!
Here's how to enter:
- If you're going to be at Macworld and want the FREE MobileNavigator, email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject-heading NAVIGON and you're entered to win -- simple as that!
- If you're not going to be at Macworld, but still want the FREE MobileNavigator, jump into the TiPb Apps Forum and tell us -- where do you want to use Navigon to go? Name your driving destination!
The give-away begins now and lasts until February 10 at 12pm PT. US App Store account required to use Promo Codes (Apple's rule, not ours!)
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