Apple Offers Slow Shutter! as a Free Download Via the Apple Store App

Apple Offers Slow Shutter! as a Free Download Via the Apple Store App

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Apple is currently giving away free downloads of the Slow Shutter! app via its Apple Store app. Slow Shutter! is usually a $1.99 purchase.

Capture Long-Exposure photographs with Slow Shutter! Create beautiful photos of moving objects with features usually reserved for expensive DSLRs. Version 2.0 was designed from the ground up, we used feedback from users and experts to create the highest performance Slow Shutter app ever. Slow Shutter is now easier to use, more intuitive and offers the highest quality results. It just works!

To get the app for free, first download and install the Apple Store app from here.

Steps:
● Choose the Store tab at the bottom of the screen and scroll all the way down to reveal the special offer. You may need to swipe left on the 'Start something new' pane to reveal the Slow Shutter! icon.
Apple Offers Slow Shutter! as a Free Download Via the Apple Store AppApple Offers Slow Shutter! as a Free Download Via the Apple Store App

● Tap the large Show Shutter! icon then tap the green Download now for free button at the bottom of the screen.
Apple Offers Slow Shutter! as a Free Download Via the Apple Store App

● You will be brought to the App Store application. Tap the Redeem button at the top right of the screen.
Apple Offers Slow Shutter! as a Free Download Via the Apple Store App

● The app will now begin to install.
Apple Offers Slow Shutter! as a Free Download Via the Apple Store App

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Caioski - February 3, 2015 at 7:14pm
I just got mine for free! Login at my US apple account then: Download Apple Store on my iphone6, then went to the botton and generate a redeem code to download this app. Logout my US apple account and login at my Brazil Apple account and use my redeem code to download this app for free.
kulang0t - February 3, 2015 at 7:07pm
To all concerned who can't follow instructions or those having problem downloading the app, just buy it. It's only 1.99. And for that one person who was asking how to use the application, die.
chinolee - February 3, 2015 at 8:15pm
Wow, somebody's a little hostile. Not everyone is an expert with computers, and no one is an expert on everything,
The Walrus - February 3, 2015 at 9:42pm
The problem is for many... the app is for iPad and iPhone, but the free offer is iPhone only. The instructions make no difference.
Sterling Jones - February 3, 2015 at 6:44pm
People who post comments without checking to see if they have failed to follow the instructions are FUNNY. Keep it up.
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