Gesture of Our Appreciation

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Hi Guys,

We at Apps Galleria want to say thank you to all of you who have bought our apps and are our customers. To show you our appreciation, we are planning to give 10 of our lucky customers a $10 Amazon gift certificate. Now you may be wondering why we are not gifting you Itunes gift certificate. To be honest, because we are based outside of USA and it is difficult for us to get you US Itunes gift certificates. Now we can either give you $10 Amazon gift certificates. All we ask is that you put in our comment section the name of the app you bought and the reason why you like our app. We will pick from all our customers who posted the comments, the 10 lucky people who give us the answers that we find to be exceptional. We will post the names of the 10 lucky winners in the next blog post which will be done on the 31st of December.

8 Comments

  1. Ed Reber

    I bought the Fibber McGee and Molly app. This is my favorite OTR show and I was happy to find this app because it had shows in it that I had not heard before. The shows are excellent sound quality. If I have a question, suggestion or problem, I have been able to email and get a quick response to my question. This exceptional quality has led me to buy more apps from this company. I look forward to new shows and new improvements in 2013!!

  2. Brian Evans

    I purchased the Fibber McGee and Molly App. I really love this app as it lets me listen t to any episode that I want at any time. The App is very easy to navigate and use. I highly recommend this app for any fan of Old Time radio shows.

  3. Dan M.

    I purchased the Suspense app. I really love this app. It works flawlessly and I can access any show whenever I want. It is a great app at an affordable price.

  4. Ed Fite

    As a youngster Fibber McGee and Molly was my favorite radio program. I am enjoying the programs more now than I did then. I think this is because I don’t have to wait a week between shows to hear the programs. I also appreciate the talent these two performers had more now than I did back in the old days.

  5. Ed Fite

    I do have a question about a series of shows about Fibber inventing a glue so powerful that the Navy was interested in it. All the test showed that it held iron plates better than rivets but then found out the glue wasn’t water proof.I have looked through the programs on my apt but can’t seem to find it.

    • Ed Reber

      This may be the show you are looking for:May 27, 1954. NBC net. Sustaining. Fibber calls the Navy to tell them how to glue battleships together with his “McGee’s Steel Seal.”

      However, it does not appear in the app. This may be an update to the app that they may be able to add this show at a later date.

      I don’t work for the company, I am just a Fibber McGee and Molly fan trying to help another fan.

  6. Templeton Moss

    I bought the Jack Benny radio app because Jack Benny has long been a hero of mine. I discovered old time radio in general and Jack Benny in particular in high school and have been enjoying it ever since. And now to have immediate access to Jack’s entire career on radio (not to mention other great radio comics like Red Skelton and Fred Allen) is very exciting. I especially love being able to listen to episodes in sequence, in the order they originally aired, so I can follow recurring jokes and references like the “grass reek” and “Dreer Poosen” flubs. Thanks!

  7. Royce Redelsperger

    Hello from the USA!

    From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for your many wonderful apps which feature radio programs of the 1930’s through 1950’s. I truly believe that these were the Golden Years of American entertainment, and it is a big comfort to know that developers such as yourself are keeping that era preserved. You may be shocked to know, that I am only 25 years old, and I am weary of the sacrring content of contemporary entertainment!

    I have the Jack Benny app through which I listen to an episode every day. It is a hilarious and clean type of comedy which has been lost for nearly 50 years in American entertainment. I truly believe that you’ve done mankind a sacred service with these apps.

    Thanks Marisa!

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