ABC Family is offering families a free Disney’s Story app download from iTunes during the “25 Days of Christmas” event.
ABC Family announced the free Disney’s Story app download in a Facebook update on Dec. 7. The free Disney’s Story app from iTunes will turn the photos and videos on your phone into stories you can personalize, save and share with friends and family.
ABC Family is also hosting “25 Days of Christmas” programing throughout December. Each night ABC Family shows a holiday-themed movie or two. ABC Family has also offered several free downloads during the “25 Days of Christmas” including a free music download and now the free Disney’s Stories app from iTunes. Kids of all ages can unlock a new holiday treat each day on the ABC Family’s “25 Days of Christmas” countdown calendar. Check back each day because there are many more ABC Family fun and free activities still to be revealed.
Set your DVRs if you will not be able to enjoy the movies on the days they are shown on ABC Family. Several of the movies showing during ABC Family’s "25 Days of Christmas" will be repeated, so if you miss one it may be shown again later in the month.
While you are enjoying the Christmas movies on ABC Family, why not make some Christmas cookies and holiday treats? And do not forget to check out the Official NORAD 2013 Santa Tracker!
- 4-ingredient macaroon bars
- 5-ingredient chocolate fudge
- 6-ingredient peanut butter fudge
- Almond Roca
- Amish sugar cookies
- Coconut macaroons
- Dutch apple pie squares
- Rocky road white chocolate fudge
- Snowball melt-a-way (Mexican wedding cakes)
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