As you surely know by now, Macworld / iWorld 2014 officially kicks off in San Francisco tomorrow. We’ll be covering the show from Moscone Center North through Saturday, and you’ll be able to read all about it here at AppleTell. If you follow us on Twitter, you’ll also be able to win some great apps through our annual promo code giveaway.
There’s no big secret to winning…we’ll release the promo codes through our Twitter account over the course of three days; to win the app, you simply need to be the first to claim it. We’re giving away 12 total promo codes for three different apps, detailed below. If we get more codes over the course of the show, we’ll hand off those, too. Share the wealth, we always say. In this particular instance, share…
Use your hidden object skills to investigate the brutal killing of several young brides. After solving a high-profile murder case involving a wealthy benefactors’ daughter, SED detectives Turino and Lamonte must dive into the case of a serial murderer known as the Engagement Killer. Working the crime scenes and interviewing key people brings the two detectives into a web of clues and false leads. Help them gather facts and collect evidence to catch the killer before he strikes again. Immerse yourself in Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill and help bring the perpetrator to justice!
Twin Moons (Mac)
Reveal shocking secrets from the past and save the future in this thrilling hidden object adventure! Jack, a researcher at the isolated Twin Moons Institute, has no memory following a car accident. But a few fuzzy flashbacks suggest he participated in some kind of dangerous experiment. Help Jack find answers to his numerous questions and decide whether his friends, colleagues and even his fiancée are worthy of his trust. Explore eerie locations and piece together the truth about a mysterious portal that could change the world as we know it!
Password Only (iOS)
Nowadays, there are so many important personal accounts, passwords and other digital properties. If lost then they are gone forever. So don’t take any risks with your passwords, account info, card numbers, or IDs. Keep them protected, secured, and easy to access in Password Only. Then, if anything unexpected happens, your bank accounts, financial info, health info, credit cards, insurance, and everything else protected by Password Only will be transferred to the email address you trusted.
To win any of these apps—and to get instant news and photos from the show floor—follow AppleTell’s Twitter feed. We’ve already got one shot of my balding head up there…who know how many more you’ll get by Saturday evening.