Free iPhone Ballet Index app

Ballet Index for the iPhone free offer

iPhone Ballet Index app

This weekend I want to offer you another chance to snap up a free ballet iPhone app. Ballet Index is a fast, cross referenced glossary of ballet terms. Version 1.9 has improved the cross referencing and has even more ballet terms.

This time, the developer has very generously offered the app to anyone, wherever you live, and there is no limit on the number of downloads available. So, if you live in the US you will get a free code, and if you live anywhere else the developer will buy the app from Apple and ‘gift’ it to you.

You may have seen Ballet Lite in iTunes – but please note that Ballet Lite for the iPhone is essentially the same application (exactly the same dictionary of ballet terms) with a loading delay for each term.

This offer is for the paid-for app, Ballet Index, with no delays.

Ballet Index has another advantage – the data is stored on your iPhone so there is no need for network connectivity, which is very handy if you are in a rehearsal studio with no signal.

All you need to do is leave a comment with your email address, so that I can either send you a code or so that the developer can ‘gift’ the app to you. This is essential – the process doesn’t work without a valid email address.  Please say whether it’s the code or the gift that is appropriate for you.

Once you’ve received the code or the ‘gift’ and downloaded the app, please leave a comment here for the developer so that they can see how you used it and whether you have any suggestions/comments.

Enjoy !

14 Responses to Free iPhone Ballet Index app

  1. Rachel {Inspiration in Italy} May 15, 2010 at 12:59 pm #

    Oh how wonderful! With saving money for all of our travels we had to end our iPhone plans. 🙁 I miss it though! Hope you are having a wonderful weekend! xoxoxoRachel

  2. Anonymous May 15, 2010 at 2:15 pm #

    the pictures that go along with the definitions are just absolutely horrible!!

  3. BALLET NEWS May 15, 2010 at 2:22 pm #

    Anon – appreciate your point, that the pictures are not to your taste, but could you be constructive in your criticism please ? It helps the developer to improve if you can say what you don't like about them and why. And any ideas for improvement, especially if you are a dancer.

  4. Anonymous May 15, 2010 at 2:39 pm #

    yes [email protected] looks really good and I hope will help this ballet fan improve his vocab!Mark

  5. BALLET NEWS May 15, 2010 at 4:47 pm #

    ok – the codes are on their way to you all. Please report back !

  6. Regan May 15, 2010 at 9:44 pm #

    I have this app on my ipod!

  7. Cannonade May 16, 2010 at 1:31 am #

    Hi everyone. I am the developer and would like to say thanks very much for the interest in my application.I am a fan of ballet, but not a dancer myself (the rest of my family does ballet), so I am always keen to hear feedback from those who know so much more than myself. I can reiterate what Elise said about the images. I feel like the lack of images is the one big feature missing from the app at the moment. I am hoping my 2.0 release of the app will include many more (and hopefully to people's taste) images. I would love to hear suggestions for sources of good, useful and instructive images for the various terms.I would also love to hear suggestions for missing definitions or improvements to the ones that I have. This is something I have been working on since I build the app.Thanks again to Ballet News and all the readers.

  8. Anonymous May 16, 2010 at 9:34 am #

    Hey I love this stuffs! Can u send it to me? ([email protected])

  9. Diana Mieczan May 16, 2010 at 6:56 pm #

    Thank you so much for commenting on my blog! This how I found you…I love your blog…Cant wait to read more of it:)Have a wonderful Sunday:)Kisses

  10. Monika February 16, 2011 at 4:11 pm #

    I’m so glad to find this app, i think that will be very usefull for me as a dancer & ballet teacher. Can u send me the code? Thk u so much..