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Photo Slideshow Maker for iPhone 3G, iPod and PSP for Free

If you own an iPhone 3G, iPod or PSP, there is a cool giveaway for this holiday season. is offering you Slideshow Maker (worth $30 each) absolutely free as a holiday gift for iPhone, iPod and PSP.

Another free offering is Spring StylePack (for Wondershare Photo Story Platinum) which contains a variety of style effects to let you make a holiday photo story in seconds.

The free giveaway includes:

1. Spring StylePack: Each style comes with a variety of effects to let you make a holiday photo story in seconds
2. iPhone 3G Slideshow Maker: Free photo slideshow maker to make some holiday movies for your new iPhone 3G.
3. iPod Slideshow Maker: Make something new for your iPod. It's not only a mp3 player, but a home movie theatre on the go.
4. PSP Slideshow Maker: Like the iPod, PSP could also be a home movie theatre for playback your home-made movies.

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