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Here is a treat for our American users. Our friends at Astraware have released a FREE application to celebrate the 4th July holidays.

From Astraware:

Astraware Fireworks is a simple FREE application, showing sequences of fireworks flying and exploding into the air. As 4th July is traditionally a time for fireworks and celebrations in the USA, the features have been created to help our American friends highlight one of their major holidays - Independence Day! Astraware Fireworks features a selection of patriotic backgrounds including the Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore and the Stars and Stripes, and offers a choice of stirring tunes including the Star Spangled Banner and Stars and Stripes Forever!

Astraware Fireworks is available for devices running Palm OS® 5 and later and Windows Mobile® 2003 and later, and this year a new BlackBerry® version is available which includes the backgrounds and firework effects but doesn't include music, so sorry BlackBerry-owners - this time round you'll have to hum your own marches!

What better way to celebrate 4th July than with some Fireworks? Download your copy today - it's available for a limited time only! Oh, and did we mention, it's FREE?!

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Astraware Fireworks Features

  • Particle-effect explosions
  • High Resolution and Hi-Res+ support for Palm OS®
  • QVGA, VGA and square screen support for Windows Mobile® for Pocket PC
  • Portrait and landscape support for QVGA Windows Mobile® Smartphones
  • Choice of 4 patriotic graphical backgrounds
  • Choice of 3 rousing tunes; Star Spangled Banner, Liberty Bell March, and Stars and Stripes Forever

So come on then if you are feeling all patriotic on the 4th July, give this application a go!

WTFH

[Via: Astraware Fireworks]

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Guest Mysterious Stranger
Why not eh, you can only use it one day of the year!

Slight mod and it could be for bonfire night?

New years?

The list goes on.

Doesn't make it NEWs though, it's old, they're just PR'ing it again...

M.S

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Well, it's only old if you've seen it before :D

Well it just kinda reminds me of when the Government 'announces' a '£50bn investment in hospitals' or whatever and it's the same old stuff cobbled together that was already pledged just so they can announce something....

Slow news day perhaps? Or just Astraware wanting more email registrations for their database?...

For those who missed it: http://www.modaco.com/content/windows-mobi...with-astraware/

M.S

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