November 26, 2009

Vic Mahfood

25 Windows 'Til Christmas

COST: 99 cents
CATEGORIES: Entertainment, Games, Holidays, Native
..RELEASED: 11/25/09, VERSION: 1.0 -- RATING: N/A Stars..

Many children enjoy an Advent Calendar in December in which they physically open a bit of paper blocking a window to reveal a Christmas scene or even a piece of candy. 25 Windows 'Til Christmas gives you a similar feel with its windows that virtually open only on the current date, and only one at a time to reveal a beautiful Christmas scene. The scenes are typical snowy, winter ones which you may also use as cheery wallpaper for your device. All ages will enjoy unlocking a window each day in December to reveal a surprise scene. Navigation is especially easy for little ones to manage requiring only a swipe and pinch and zoom, if you wish. The pictures are viewable in both portrait and landscape mode. Decorate your iPhone or iPod Touch with holiday scenes that will delight and cheer you with 25 Windows 'Til Christmas.

"25 Windows 'Til Christmas is a beautiful hand-drawn Christmas calendar. Each of the 25 windows opens up to reveal new items."

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires OS 3.0 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip: You can only open the windows in December, and only until the current date.
--Languages: English, Finnish, German, Swedish
--Developer: Fifty Sixty Software

Note: Prices, Ratings and Versions are subject to change. Please visit the iTunes App Store for more details, and to download:

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