Big congratulations are due to our five winners, chosen at random from the comments:
- Sam Anderson
- Henry Bennett
- Brendon Go
- Zack the Mac
I’m pleased to announce that we’re kicking off another competition today to win a promo code for Dayta. We reviewed this app earlier in the week, and it provides a brilliant way to keep track of almost anything you could possibly imagine – mileage, coffee intake, running progress. You name it, Dayta can keep keep a log of it.
We have five promo codes to give away, and entering is really simple. All you need to do is leave a comment on this post. We’ll be picking the winners in one week, on Saturday 6th March.
You might also be interested in a competition running over at Mac.AppStorm to win a thoroughly funky audio recording app for the Mac!
Best of luck!
Generally speaking, your iPhone isn’t the best device for analysing complex statistics. If you manage a website of any kind, navigating your way around apps such as Analytics can quickly become difficult and tiresome. You’ll also regularly find yourself looking in different places for traffic data, RSS reader information, and Twitter stats.
Ego is a wonderfully simple app developed by Garrett Murray for accessing all this information in one place. You won’t find any in-depth graphs or visitor reports – just a basic set of data from various services such as Twitter, Google Analytics, Mint, and Feedburner.
Thank you to everyone who entered our competition to win the whole suite of apps created by The Little App Factory.
This was a particularly big competition, and we received some fantastic comments packed with suggestions for the AppStorm websites. I’ll be reviewing these over the next few days to pick out a few new ideas for reviews, articles, and changes to the network.
Without further ado, here are the three lucky winners who are walking away with the full suite of apps created by The Little App Factory:
Congratulations, and we’ll be sending through your license codes shortly! Once again, thank you to everyone who entered, and thank you to the developer for generously donating the licenses.
Although we’re primarily focused on software at AppStorm, it’s important not to overlook some of the amazing hardware and physical accessories available for the iPhone. Today I will be outlining 50 different gadgets and gizmos that can add extra functionality to your iPhone or iPod touch.
Accessories are broken down into different categories; speakers, earphones, docks/stands, in-car, cases, and the compulsory “other”. Whether you’re sat at home, driving to work, or going for a run – you’ll be sure to find something interesting in this bumper roundup!
We’re kicking off a bumper competition today, to win every single one of the applications created by The Little App Factory. We have three packages to give away, each worth over $60.
Here’s what you stand to win:
- iRip – Easily transfer your songs and media from an iPod/iPhone back to your computer.
- Ripit – The fastest and simplest solution for archiving your DVD movies to your Mac.
- Evom – This is a free app but certainly worth mentioning, letting you convert and transfer your favourite movies onto your iPod, iPhone or Apple TV.
- Rivet – Stream your music, movies, and photos to your Xbox and Playstation 3.
- Ringtones – Last but not least, Ringtones creates high-quality ringtones for your iPhone straight from your own music.
Read on for more information about how to enter, and find out how to double your chances of winning by entering over at Mac.AppStorm as well!
We’ve collected the top five reviews, roundups and how-to articles from across the AppStorm network in January. Whether you’re interested in Mac, iPhone, or Web apps, there’s bound to be something you didn’t spot over the course of the month.
Now would be a good time to explore a part of the AppStorm Network you’ve never seen before! Don’t forget, you can always keep track of the whole network via the AppStorm Dashboard.
Thank you to everyone who entered our competition to win a Broadersheet promo code. I’m pleased to announce that the twelve winners have been chosen, and congratulations are in order to:
- Craig Paterson
- Frédéric Soler
- Kristoffer Ekman
- Ethan Wright
- Synthetic Tone
Stay tuned, because later next week we’ll have a big competition kicking off to win over $60 worth of software from The Little App Factory!
Today we’re giving away a handful of licenses for another brilliant iPhone application – Broadersheet. Aiming to offer an “intelligent newspaper experience”, Broadersheet is a super-fast news reader that brings you all the news you need to know, and learns what you like to read.
We have twelve promo codes to give away, so read on for more information about how to get your hands on one!
Our friends over at Mac.AppStorm are offering some live news and analysis of today’s Apple Event – rumoured to be the announcement of a new tablet device.
If you love your iPhone, I’m sure you’ll be excited to see what else Apple have up their sleeve. Head over to read our coverage – starting at around 9.30am PT – and feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts and predictions!
- Thomas Britton
Sorry to all those who didn’t win this time, but don’t worry – we’ll have another competition (to win a copy of Broadersheet) coming next week!