AppAdvice has teamed up with Banzai Labs once again in order to offer you a chance to win one of 15 promo codes for Asia Grace – Patterns from Asian Life by Kevin Kelly ($1.99) for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Originally published in 2002 as a coffee table book, Asia Grace is a massive collection of photos taken in Asia by Wired’s co-founder, Kevin Kelly, during a span from the early 1970s all of the way to the late 1990s.
Each of the over 400 photos provides you with a look into the life of ancient Asia. You can discover photos via an interactive world map by just tapping on any one of the country names. Then you can look through the photos from a specific region one-by-one by swiping your finger, or you can play them as a slideshow. Each photo has a caption that can be displayed via button in the lower right corner of the screen. You can also save any of the images directly to your photo library, or you can share them via Facebook.
Asia Grace works beautifully in either portrait or landscape orientation. It also includes the ability to change the speed of the slideshow, the ability to play music from your own library, and an introduction from Kevin Kelly describing in detail how the entire collection was produced.
To have a chance at winning one of five Asia Grace promo codes, simply hit that blue tweet button near the bottom of this page or retweet this post from your favorite Twitter app before 11:59 PM PDT tonight (October 28). We will then search the Twitterverse for all of the retweets and randomly choose our lucky winners. The winners will be notified via Twitter, so please be sure to follow us so we can send you your promo code via a direct message.
Non-Twitter users and those of you who want to increase your odds of winning can simply leave a relevant comment below before 11:59 PM PDT tonight to have a chance at winning one of the other 10 promo codes.
Feel free to participate in the giveaway via either or both methods. Only one entry per person per method is allowed, totaling up to two entries per person if using both.