We promised you a giveaway, and to kick things off we’re offering iPad owners some cases to help keep their Apple tablets looking slick. Pad&Quill has given us two of their distinctive book-styled The Case, Vol.2 cases for the iPad, while Wrapsol has supplied five sets of their scratch protection systems for iPad. Find out how you can win after the cut.
Taking part is simple: all you need to do is download the SlashGear app for iOS and leave a review on iTunes. Versions are available for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, and each offers all of the latest news, reviews, opinion and video from the SlashGear site.
Once you’ve submitted a review on iTunes, leave a comment on this article including the username you submitted it to Apple under. We’ll pick seven lucky winners at random when the competition closes at midnight PST on September 30th 2010! We want to hear exactly what you think of the apps – good and bad – to help us keep refining them, so get downloading!
Competition is open to residents of the US over the age of 18. Family members of Wrapsol, Pad&Quill and SlashGear are not permitted to enter. Competition entries are only accepted via the specified SlashGear competition comments section; entries left in the comments section of any other post will not be recognized. Entries should be submitted before midnight PST on September 30th 2010; one entry per person (and yes, we check).
The winners will be announced on SlashGear and contacted via email (make sure to use a real email address!); they will be expected to respond promptly else their prize may be forfeit and another winner selected. Editors decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Winner agrees that their name and details of their entry may be used for promotional purposes by, but not limited to, SlashGear.
Prizes consist of two Pad&Quill The Case, Vol.2 iPad cases and five Wrapsol scratch-protection systems for iPad. Prizes will be selected at random and there is no cash alternative. Should any of these prizes become unavailable, SlashGear reserves the right to substitute another prize of equal or greater value.