Following a successful gift campaign last year, the developer behind the very popular IOS Reddit app Apollo is again giving 100% of Saturday's sales to the SPCA animal. The campaign comes during an important busy season for light sources.
Last July, Apollo decided for Reddit's developer, Christian Selig, to donate all the proceeds from the app's sale to his local SPCA (Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) shelter in Nova Scotia. The improvised philanthropic campaign increased over $ 5,000, including Apollo for Reddit, and direct donations from Selig and others.
Selig makes the same donation amount this year, with all the proceeds from Saturday's Apollo for Reddit sales going to SPCA-ly
As Selig explained last year:
Our local animal shelter (SPCA, basically Canadian version of it American ASPCA) is kneeling in kittens because of the cat's season (basically, cats are raising a lot when it's hot outside) and it's really a strain on their resources and they are very small on food.
They are a wonderful group, ideal, non-deep group and where I got my dear kitty off, so I wanted to donate to them and I realized the wonderful Apple / Reddit community could also help, so I donate 100% of Apollo's revenue today to the sound.
Apollo for Reddit is a free app for iPhone and iPad and has in-app purchases to unlock all features. It's monthly and annual subscription options from $ 0.99.
Whether you're checking out Apollo for the first time or having been using for a while, Saturday July 20, is the perfect time to kill the subscription for just $ 25 and support a good cause at the same time. Apollo for Reddit has an impressive average rating of 4.8 / 5 stars with over 75,000 reviews.
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