WaveSecure Giveaway Contest

If you’re not familiar with WaveSecure, then I suggest you check out their webpage as they will be the next app we give away to our faithful TalkAndroid readers. Comparable to Apple’s MobileMe service, WaveSecure has a lot of desirable features:

  • Back up your data for protection – Choose to back up data straight from your Android phone or remotely on the web.
  • Restore your data when needed – WaveSecure lets you restore your SMS and contacts stored online to your phone.
  • Lock and secure your Android phone – Our mobile security service will automatically lock your phone once it detects a SIM change.
  • Track and locate your mobile – Once WaveSecure detects the insertion of a new SIM card, your buddy will get a SMS alert so you can contact the person who has found or stolen your device.
  • Wipe your data – Trigger a remote wipe from WaveSecure site to delete all private data on your Android phone. Contacts, messages, photos, videos including those on your removable media card can be deleted, too.
  • For an in-depth list of features or to download the trial go here

Sounds great right? I thought so. That’s why we have 20 copies to give away to our loyal TalkAndroid followers. This app normally is $19.99 with a 1 year subscription, so that’s $400 worth of app we’re giving away!

As for how to enter, we’re going to do it a bit differently READ THESE CAREFULLY:

  1. Comment on this post (using the same name as you have on Facebook) with “I like TalkAndroid on Facebook!”
  2. Head on over to http://www.facebook.com/talkandroid and like us
  3. Like the post for this contest on our Facebook wall (there should be NO comments on our facebook wall about this, just likes)

Thats it! Now for the rules:

  • 1 entry per person
  • 20 copies will be given away
  • Contest ends on 7/14 at 12am CST
  • Use the same name in the comments as your name on Facebook (if you’re already “Liking” us on Facebook, then just follow step 2 above)

EDIT: Ok since some people are a little confused, here’s EXACTLY what you have to do: