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2011-12-15
Iconosys All I Want from Santa gets a sister app, Hanukkah Wish List





Iconosys' All I Want from Santa™ gets a sister app, "Hanukkah Wish List"

 

Laguna Niguel, Calif, December 15, 2011 - Iconosys, Inc., a leader in mobile safety communication and life-style applications today announces the release of their new holiday tracking app titled, Hanukkah Wish List App,  aSmartphone app that follows close on the heels of the company's release of its popular All I Want From Santa™ app; this new app for celebrants of the late December Jewish holiday, allows for the continuation of those dreams of children who are eagerly anticipating the joy and excitement associated with holiday gift giving, and, more specifically, gives kids and other gift recipients the chance to create, edit,  save, and send their customized Hanukkah wish lists to Mom or Dad's email.

 

Commented Iconosys founder and CEO Wayne Irving, II, "We are very excited about the roll out of this new Hanukkah app, just in time for the holiday.  I talk to a great many parents and children of the Jewish faith, and their recurring message to me is that we would love a Hanukkah specific app that does for them what All I Want From Santa™ makes possible for people celebrating Christmas."  Irving continued, "We now have in a place a companion Hanukkah app that we think is sure to be a hit with our Jewish friends throughout the world.  It is about time that people had a handy organizer like this at their fingertips, so that they don't have to worry about forgetting anything, and so that children learn the value of thanking their parents and other gift givers who work so hard to make their dreams come true at this special time of the year."

Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of rededication, also known as the festival of lights, is an eight day holiday beginning each year on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev. Hanukkah is probably one of the best known Jewish holidays, not because of any great religious significance, but rather due to its proximity to Christmas.  Indeed, many Jews think of this holiday as the Jewish Christmas, adopting many of the Christmas customs, such as gift-giving and decoration.  Much like writing a Christmas list to Santa Claus, many Jewish children like to create their own Hanukkah wish lists to give to their parents.


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Availability

Hanukkah Wish List for Android OS Smartphone's and tablets is free of charge. The app is optimized for the Barnes & Nobel Nook and Nook Color, the Amazon Kindly Fire, and Motorola Xoom devices. 

About Iconosys, Inc. 

 

Iconosys is committed to building a mobile technology platform that gives the app user's family peace of mind and a sense of "year-round" security by ensuring that parent and child are in fact tethered together through the workings of our Smartphone/Smart device apps.  A member of the National Organization for Youth Safety (NOYS) and the maker of the widely used and well publicized WordBully™, Guard's Up!™, LatchKey Kid™, and My Max Speed™  Smartphone apps, Iconosys is developing technologies and technology driven products for its clients with a goal toward designing apps that enrich, enhance, and ultimately make safer, our day to day lives.


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