Hanukkah iPhone App Gifts
Did you know that you can "gift" an app to a friend, family member or co-worker? You can!
How great would it be to give someone you know with an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad one of your favorite apps?
How Do You "Gift iPhone Apps"? Two Ways:
(1) Go to iTunes on your computer, go to the iTunes Store and search for the app you want to give as a gift. Then you will see an arrow facing downwards near the "buy app" link, directly under the large app icon. Click the arrow and select "Gift This App" from the drop down menu. You will then be taken to a new page with instructions on how to send the gift as an email or as a printed card.
(2) Go to the App Store on your iPhone/iPod/iPad. Then search for the app there and when it loads, scroll to the bottom of the app description page. There is an icon for "Gift This App", click it. You will then be taken to a new page that walks you through the process of gifting the app.
App Gift Chanukah Ideas:
Want some gift ideas? Well, what are your favorite apps? Gift those! Want some ideas? In the past 24 hours, three popular blogs wrote stories with some ideas. Gigaom has their 8 iPad Apps for the 8 Nights of Hanukkah, the Jewish Week as their The Best Jewish Apps Of 2010 and Jewlicious has their 5 Essential Jewish/Israeli iOS (iPhone/iPad) Apps. We are proudly featured in those articles.
Of course, we would love for you to gift our paid apps. Here is a list of our paid apps, but we have many apps, both paid and free you can view over here.
Paid RustyBrick Apps:
- iPhone Siddur : $9.99
- iPad Siddur : $19,99
- Kosher Restaurant Finder : $4.99
- Tehillim : $1.99
- Jewish Radio : $0.99
- Tanach : $14.99
- Plus many more, see our full list of Jewish iPhone Apps