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App Giveaway: 50 copies of Padegle

In 2009 the world welcomed two random-partner chat platforms to the internet. Getting most of the press because of its skeeziness and the prevalence of male genitalia was video-based Chatroulette, overshadowing the ealier-in-the-year launch of text-based random chatter Omegle. With the tagline of "Talk to strangers!" Omegle pairs you with, well, strangers, to chat about whatever. They don't know who you are, and you don't know who they are. Perfectly anonymous chatter. And if you want to get to it on webOS, there just so happens to be an app for that: Padegle, a $0.99 app by Cool Story Products. And if you're the type that wants to get some chat on with a truly random stranger, then we have one of fifty copies to give to you.

Contest: We have 50 copies of Padegle 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 50random 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 2.x or higher with the latest version of the App Catalog.

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