Win a $50 iTunes Gift Card sponsored by Deedil!

Deedil is a new independent app development team made up of a teacher mom and tech geek dad. Their first app, Robot ABCs with Jinxie, is a simple app that helps kids learn their alphabet with human narration and of course robot narration for fun and entertainment. To celebrate their app going live on the App Store, and our first birthday, Deedil are sponsoring a, iTunes Gift Card giveaway exclusively for our readers!

If you would like to win this giveaway, please enter via the widget below. Winners will be emailed and must contact The iMums within 48 hours to claim their prize. This giveaway is open to everyone, worldwide, and an iTunes account is required to claim the prize. Please ensure you have read and understand our Terms & Conditions. Good luck!

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The Australian iMum Amanda is a married mother of three young boys from North Queensland and has a background in Business Administration and Information Technology. An Apple enthusiast since 2005, Amanda was donned the nickname 'The iMum' due to her growing addiction to their products and her many, many apps. She now owns an iPod Nano, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad Mini, 27" iMac, 13" Macbook Air and two Apple TV's.

127 thoughts on “Win a $50 iTunes Gift Card sponsored by Deedil!”

  1. Thanks for this opportunity! If I was blessed with a $50 gift card, I would put it toward a $300 AAC app Nichole really wants to try. Thanks again!

  2. If I were fortunate enough to win, I would spend it on apps and music for my autistic daughter.

  3. I would use it to supplement the Speech/language apps that I have purchased with my own funds for use with my school caseload.

  4. I would use the iTunes cards to purchase special needs apps for my sons. Thank you for this giveaway!

  5. I have my eye on some apps that I want to use in speech/language therapy, but with budget cuts (and only $50 to spend on materials), it would come in very handy!

  6. I would use it to buy apps for my son that for children 8 and up and 3rd grade and up…maybe even buy social express

  7. Id start by checking with my friend and coworker who is my go-to person on all things app related and see which are her favorite apps!

  8. I would buy apps for my classroom. I teach gifted students and want to use the iPad to keep them engaged and motivated!

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