Apple Launches iTunes 12 Days Of Christmas Promotion For European Users

Apple Launches iTunes 12 Days Of Christmas Promotion For European Users

Apple’s iTunes 12 Days of Christmas promotion is becoming an event that European users can depend on every year. A new app for its Christmas 2011 giveaway hit the App Store yesterday, and will offer iTunes users a free download every day between December 26 and January 6.

Like previous 12 Days of Christmas promotions, this year will see Apple give away a selection of songs, music videos, apps, and books:

You and your friends can download a fantastic selection of songs, music videos, apps and books for free. Each download will only be available for 24 hours. Get our special 12 Days of Christmas app to make it even easier to access your gifts while you’re on the go.

Unfortunately for those of you in the U.S., it seems this year’s promotion — like previous ones — will be limited to European and Canadian iTunes Stores only.

Once installed, the iTunes 12 Days of Christmas app will request permission to send you push notifications. Be sure to turn this on the app will alert you to new freebies each day — ensuring you don’t miss any.

Until December 26, the app is a little useless, and simply displays a message that tells users to come back on December 26. But again, it’s worth installing it now so that you don’t forget about it and miss any giveaways.

Apple Launches iTunes 12 Days Of Christmas Promotion For European Users

For those without an iOS device, you can download the daily freebie using iTunes on your computer.

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  • setteB.IT

    “Until December 26, the app is a little useless” is not true, in 2010 Apple issued the first unannounced gift some days before

  • Hampus

    Hah the reviews are fun…
    People whining it wont work on their old device, one even said he was disappointed in his device becoming obsolete in just three years and was now unsure if he’d ever consider Apple again. He’s in for a surprise when he gets himself and Android device and have support for it killed within in a year, two at most :p

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