Apple’s seasonal goodwill coming to the US this year

12 Days of Gifts iOS app ©Apple Inc

12 Days of Gifts iOS app
©Apple Inc

(Relaxnews) – For the first time ever, the company’s 12 Days of Gifts Christmas app will be available for American iPhone and iPad owners to download this year.

The app, which gives its users a free electronic treat every day over the course of Christmas, is a mainstay of European app stores but until now has been off-limits to Apple’s homeland.

However, from today, like their Japanese, Canadian, Russian and European counterparts, US iDevice owners can download the app to their phones or tablets and watch it count down until December 25 when the gifts start giving.

They arrive as complimentary songs, apps or ebooks and, as the app’s name suggests, there are 12 gifts in total to collect.

As Apple says: “From December 26 -January 6, you can download a gift each day — songs, apps, books, movies, and more — with the 12 Days of Gifts app. Each day’s gift will only be available for 24 hours, so download the free app to make sure you don’t miss out.”

So make sure that if you’re travelling this holiday season, that you’re within the vicinity of a decent wi-fi connection at least once every day, otherwise, you’ll miss the gift or you could get a potentially large data usage bill as a New Year’s gift from your network operator.


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