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Still Awaiting Word from Apple...

GENEUCLA on December 10, 2008

Just wanted to provide a status update.  While we submitted our application for review last Thursday, the approval process by Apple does not have a set waiting period.  Some applications are approved within 48 hours while others take significantly longer.  We hope to be available in the very near future, as we know many parents are looking for this type of solution in time for the holiday gift-giving season.  Check back here periodically as I will provide updates on our blog.  If you haven't done so, you can also register on our website to be included in our mailing list when we make the announcement.

We apologize for the delay; unfortunately it is not under our control at this point. 

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