WINNERS: Thai for Beginners iPhone iPad iPod App

Thai for Beginners iPhone iPad iPod App: Winners

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The EIGHT winners of the Thai for Beginners iPad iPhone iPod App…

When I announced this draw there were six free apps. And now there are eight. We have Benjawan Becker from Paiboon Publishing to thank for both treats (and more). Thanks Benjawan, I know there will be many happy Thai language learners after this announcement.

Oh. If you arrived here fresh and don’t know what I’m on about, please read this post: Thai for Beginners iPhone iPad iPod App: Six Apps to Win.

But if you just want to see what the app does, then this review is a taster: Thai for Beginners iPhone App.

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And if you want to see even more, then the products page at Paiboon Publishing should do you: Thai for Beginners iPhone App.

And now on to the eight winners of the iPad iPhone iPod App…

When Talen went to chose his Thai for Beginners iPhone App Winners he had his beautiful assistant Mun do the honours. I don’t have a beautiful assistant but I do have man around the house who agreed to stuck his fingers into a bowl filled with names. Sweet.

In the order the names appeared, a congrats from me goes to:

Pei Shan
Dana Ellis

Winners, please contact me asap so I can walk you through to your brand spanking new Thai for Beginners iPad iPhone iPod App. And again, congrats!

But wait. It’s not over…

For those who didn’t walk away with a free app, Josh from Learning Thai (My Story) will be launching a new giveaway. Soon. That’s right. Even more Thai language learners are being gifted with free Thai for Beginners iPad iPhone iPod Apps. Congrats!

  1. lon, Welcome đŸ™‚ When you start using Thai for Beginners, please let us know your thoughts. It’s a good app but I’m always curious at what others think about it.

  2. Sa wat dee krap! I am 40 and live in Europe. I started learning Thai last year. This year, in January, I started a love relation with a thai lady so now I try learning more đŸ™‚ For the moment I use Thai-English Software Dictionary on my I-pod, but of course I would like using Thai for Beginners too. kob kun krap for it:) Ion

  3. Oh yes!! Such a lovely surprise this morning đŸ˜€ thank you SO much!!! Hehe! Awesome :)) xxx

  4. Yay! Thank you so much! Great surprised in my email inbox when I woke up this morning, especially since I have fallen sick these days. ^_^

  5. Yay! Thanks Cat, Benjawan, Chris and co. This news was a nice gift to find in my inbox this morning đŸ™‚

  6. Wow, thanks a lot, Catherine. Also many thanks to Benjawan Becker. I’ll give you a feedback after trying this product.

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