200 FREE Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Preschool Storybook Piano iPhone Apps!




Everyone is working diligently behind the scenes to get our website ready for Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Preschool Storybook Piano iPhone App launch
tomorrow!


We are giving away 200 FREE apps!

You heard me.

We're hosting a contest to give away 200 copies of our iPhone app!

It's open to everyone with a US or Canadian iTunes account.

The contest begins at 9:00 AM PST, on June 10th 2010 and ends at midnight PST on June 11th 2010.

All you have to do is go to www.kiboomu.com and enter your email address and location.

How easy is that!

People have been asking me about compatibility.

Our iPhone app is totally compatible with iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

And, for full functionality, the iPhone OS 3.0 or later can't be beat!

So, come on out tomorrow, and register!

Your kids will thank you for it! :)

It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow!

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