by Jamie Young
December 13, 2011
It’s Festivus day 11, folks, and we have even more treats for you! Today we have not one, not two, but three prizes to give away. First up, we have CanvasPop. This company allows you to take any photo, from anywhere, and turn it into a high quality, beautiful piece of art. You can choose the frame, finish, and tweak the picture to your liking before making it a done deal. (Note: AppAdvice and CanvasPop are offering the art piece for free, but you are responsible for shipping and handling costs.) Second, we have another awesome iPad 2 case. This one is from the wonderful people at AViiQ and the best thing about these cases is that you can use them along with your smart cover and even get one in a matching color. And last, but not least, we’re giving away a DigiTech iPB–10 programmable pedalboard. This baby has a ridiculous amount of sick effects: from pedalboards to amps to cabinets. Fully customize your guitar sound with this piece of equipment for your iPad or iPad 2. You’ll also want to download the iPB Nexus app for the iPad to go along with this pedalboard. We’re really stoked to give these prizes away, so if you want a chance to win, launch the AppAdvice app now on your iPhone or iPad and sign up in the giveaway tab. If it’s your first time signing up, don’t worry, just be sure to check out our guide on how to participate. You can check out the CanvasPop, AViiQ, and DigiTech websites for all of their amazing products. Happy Festivus, everyone, and good luck! NOTICE: We realize some people are having issues with the giveaway sign-up button not showing in the app. The sign-up button is located under the giveaway tab, on the bottom of the page (after all of the prizes). If for some reason you don’t see the button, quit the app from the multitasking bar and relaunch it. Sometimes the button gets stuck in the cache, so quitting the app completely should fix the issue. If you have other issues, make sure to check out our Festivus FAQ.
iPB-Nexus by DigiTech
Harman International Industries