Haiti Relief Fund Receives Money from Mac App Sales

By Peter Chubb - Jan 18, 2010

Everybody wants to do his or her bit when it comes to raising money for the Haiti Relief Fund. The latest to help is SimpleLeap Software; as they will donate 100 percent of all the sales that are generated from their Mac App, Cram. In a further incentive, the company will also offer the first 25 customers the application for free.

SimpleLeap has said that this deal will benefit everyone; the app is designed for teachers and students, and is ideal when it comes to their studies. It is a nice feeling to know that when you make your purchase for the software you are doing your bit for those who have been affected by the Haiti earthquake.

If you do not need the software just yet, then it would still be nice for you to download it still, as the Haitians certainly could do with the money. If you do not need it all then why not purchase it for a friend or family member.

More details about the deal will be announced shortly. The free Cram for Mac app purchase runs on January 20th, for those first 25 customers you will be emailed your promo code, which you can then use on Apple’s App Store.

For more details visit SimpleLeap

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Also See: Indie Relief: Haiti earthquake relief and Mac software companies