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PreCentral: App Giveaway: 50 copies of Don Quixote HD

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App Giveaway: 50 copies of Don Quixote HDFirst published in 1605, Cervantes' The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha follows the adventures of Alonso Quijano, a man who perhaps has let his novel-fed imagination get the best of him. It's an epic tale of chivalry and windmills. This TouchPad-based copy of Don Quixote supports power scroll to jump between chapters, copy/paste support, font and text size preferences, full-screen and auto-bookmarking, and even automatic scrolling. It's an eBook on steroids, and we just so happen to have 50 copies from developer Erick Brown to give away.

Contest: We have 50 copies of Don Quixote HD to give away. Just leave a comment on this post to enter. Contest ends next Sunday at midnight US Eastern Time, after which time we will select 50 random entrants to win. Please only leave one comment, multiple entries won’t count. Promo codes are only valid in countries serviced by the App Catalog, and users must be running webOS 3.0 or higher with the latest version of the App Catalog.

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