[prMac.com] Sydney, Australia – The prize package will include an iPad mini 16GB, a cosmonaut stylus. The Appy Ladies is a tech review site and community resource offering up-to-the-minute information on apps, sales, giveaways, and also offers resources and links for special needs parents and educators. Walshe has brought together a talented team of teachers, therapists and parents who are dedicated to finding the best educational apps for kids. In only 9 short weeks the group has enjoyed strong support from the community and already amassed over 1000 followers.
Walshe is excited by the giveaway. “This is such an exciting opportunity for a parent to win an iPad mini for their child. The learning opportunities afforded by these devices are quite incredible. And this especially applies to special needs children. What’s more, this giveaway covers all four continents. We are one world working together and supporting one another.”
The competition runs until February 8, 2013. Those entering the contest can tweet, share on Facebook, or download free copies of the developer’s apps to gain additional entries to the giveaway.
The participating developers represent a broad range of educational and specialist publishers. They include Kiwa Digital, Deedil Apps, Picture Can Talk, DemiBooks, Tizio Publishing, Wasabi, StudyPad, Jump App and Nina Lim. The iPad Mini will also come with a Cosmonaut Stylus donated by Studio Neat.The Appy Ladies
The Appy Ladies is based in Sydney, Australia. We are a group of ladies, with various backgrounds and interests, who have a passion for apps and want to share our knowledge and experience. Our aim is to provide information and reviews of apps already on the market and apps just released, in a fun and friendly environment. We will be talking directly to the developers, passing on feedback, in return we hope to have plenty of giveaways and lots of information to help your children be the best they can be. Copyright (C) 2012 The Appy Ladies. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.