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  • Apple Retail Employees Now Get Popular Paid iOS Apps Free



    Apple retail employees will enjoy free popular paid iOS apps as part of a new perk called “App Discovery.”

    The details of the new program were discussed at quarterly Apple retail meetings according to several sources who attended said meetings. The new program will give Apple retail employees free access to certain popular paid App Store apps, but it is still unclear if this is a permanent change or a limited time program for the holidays.

    Retail employees who want to download one of the popular apps will do so by using a redemption code provided by Apple. The code comes at no cost to the user. Apps like Fruit ninja are among those available for free to employees, with the remainder of the free apps likely belonging to the catalogue of Apps apple has installed on iOS demo units in their stores.

    The program, while a nice gesture to employees during the holiday season, is most likely being used as a way to familiarize employees with popular apps before the holiday season is in full swing.

    Source: 9to5Mac
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Retail Employees Now Get Popular Paid iOS Apps Free started by Phillip Swanson View original post
    Comments 7 Comments
    1. Jokadaking's Avatar
      Jokadaking -
      Yeah nobody buying a apple products is sitting there listening to someone talking about fruit ninja. That is some b.s.
    1. mustard05's Avatar
      mustard05 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Jokadaking View Post
      Yeah nobody buying a apple products is sitting there listening to someone talking about fruit ninja. That is some b.s.

      What are u trying to say?
    1. manickbarry's Avatar
      manickbarry -
      It's a nice little perk no mater what the reason is
    1. CZroe's Avatar
      CZroe -
      I'm confused. These things are usually done so that employees can tell other potential customers about it and generate purchases, but it they are already popular then they are the apps that need it less than others. Strange. They should be promoting in a way that churns the catalog.
    1. iH85CH001's Avatar
      iH85CH001 -
      40 updates... better start downloading now...
    1. *T*'s Avatar
      *T* -
      I'm going to apply at apple retail on my 18th birthday
    1. dannyrocket's Avatar
      dannyrocket -
      Quote Originally Posted by CZroe View Post
      I'm confused. These things are usually done so that employees can tell other potential customers about it and generate purchases, but it they are already popular then they are the apps that need it less than others. Strange. They should be promoting in a way that churns the catalog.
      +1