Contest: 2 Free Promo Codes for Star Walk for iPad To Be Won

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Two Free Promo Codes for Star Walk for iPad – interactive astronomy guide To Be Won

Contest Deadline: Saturday May 1st – 1:00PM US Central

Another great contest for you today.  The very kind folks at Vito Technology are offering up two promo codes for their popular Star Walk for iPad – interactive astronomy guide app.  The app is installed for demonstration on iPads at Apple stores, and is the Number 7 Top Paid App for iPad. The iPhone version of it was featured by Apple in their Best Apps of 2009 roundup. This one, like its iPhone counterpart, should be a big hit for anyone who is looking for a great stargazing app.

Star Walk is loaded with nice features – for a better look at those, check out its App Store page HERE. For details on how easy it is to enter for a chance to win, read on …

How To Win:

*** Just add a comment to this post, making sure to fill out the “email address” field(don’t worry, it won’t be displayed and we won’t use it for any other reason than to contact you if you win) – and you’re in with an entry for our random drawing of winners on Saturday. ***

*** For a bonus entry to increase your chance of winning, tell us which feature of Star Walk for iPad shines brightest (ya know, like a star or a celestial thingie) for you.

That’s it! We’ll draw our two winners on Saturday (5/1/10) sometime after 1:00 pm US Central time.

*** Please Note: The promo codes are only available for the US App Store, so you will need a US-based account to make use of them – keep this in mind when entering the contest.

But Wait – There’s More: A Facebook Contest with an iTunes Gift Card To Win

Thanks to Alena and the cool folks at Vito Technology, we’ve got another great contest going over at the Facebook fan page for our (sister) iPhone site.  There’s a $15 iTunes gift card to be won over there.  Here’s where to go for all the details on how be a winner on that one:

*** Please Note:  The gift card is for use in the US App Store – you will need a US account in order to use it.

Patrick Jordan

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21 thoughts on “Contest: 2 Free Promo Codes for Star Walk for iPad To Be Won”

  1. Count me entered. I am impressed with the visually impressive details of the heavenly bodies in motion like the shadows and sun flares etc. Learning about the constellations will be fun and interesting because of the beauty of this app.

  2. Sign me up for the contest! My fave feature is being able to lift the iPad up to the sky and finding constellations.

  3. I am fascinated by the constellations – and would love to take my iPad out at night and use it to gaze up at the heavens and see the pictures the ancients drew in the sky.

  4. My favorite feature is really a combination of the app and interaction with the iPad… being able to touch the sky and find the information I'm interested in is amazing :)

  5. I've played with it on a friend's iPad. Very nice. I'm partial to the little dipper, myself. Always have been.

  6. I am mere hours away from getting my iPad wifi+3g. Winning this would just be awesome!! Another great point on why I should be the winner is because I am moving out of the city and into the country for the summer. This will allow me to actually see stars, no more light pollution, no more seeing Orion's stinky old belt! Time for new stars, new constellations, new perspective into the sky. WInning this app will make that happen!

  7. I just got into astronomy within the past year because of a friend who had an app on his iPhone and it was so easy to use. My iPad arrives today and I would love an app like Star Walk to watch Pleiades.

  8. I really like to be able to use this for my students to show em where the space station is in orbit!

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