Apple store

January 14

Get Yourself a Refurbished iPad From $279 @!

Posted by on January 14, 2016 at 11:16 AM

Get Yourself a Refurbished iPad From $279 @!

It is not often that Apple Canada puts discounts on their products – especially their refurbished products. So when I discovered this deal on refurbished iPads I had to share it with you. Right now you can take up to 17% off select refurbished products, but be quick. The iPads start at just $279 and I can barely contain my wallet. I am sure the best ones are going to sell out fast. Refurbished products from Apple are as close to new as possible. They all come with a new battery and outer shell.

Personally, I have been on the hunt for an affordable iPad for ages. My son is always using my iPhone to play his games and I would rather pick up an older iPad model for him, or even an additional one for myself eventually. I think this is my chance, Moosers – and yours too!

Realistically, I am looking for affordability over memory size and cellular usage. I headed straight for the Refurbished iPad Mini 2 with Wi-Fi and 16GB. It is available in Silver and Space GreyAt 15% off, you will pay just $279 plus tax. Read the rest of this entry »

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November 25

iPhone Black Friday Deals in Canada 2015

Posted by on November 25, 2015 at 4:16 PM

iPhone Black Friday Deals in Canada 2015

Are you searching for a new iPhone this Black Friday? You will find most iPhone deals in store this holiday season, but here is a quick and dirty guide to finding the best deals.

Buying on Contract

Best Buy may be the best choice for a new iPhone, especially if you are in the mood for the new iPhone 6. They have the iPhone 6 marked down to just $79.99 on a two-year agreement with either Telus or Bell. If you trade in another phone worth $50 or more, they will apply that $50 trade-in credit to bring the phone down to just $29.99 on a two-year contract (16 GB model).

iPhone Black Friday Deals in Canada 2015

The 64GB iPhone 6 will run your $179.99 after trade-in. This deal is only available until the 30th of November and is hotter than anything else I have seen. Read the rest of this entry »

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July 31

Apple Canada: Back to School FREE Beats Solo2 On-Ear Headphones With Computer Purchase (Starts 6th Aug online)

Posted by on July 31, 2015 at 12:00 PM

Apple Canada: Back to School FREE Beats Solo2 On Ear Headphones With Computer Purchase (Starts 6th Aug online)

Apple Canada has released a fab back to school promotion in the Apple Canada Education store. Purchase a new computer from the select list of Apple Computers and you can receive a pair of Beat Solo2 On-Ear Headphones (retailing at $219.95) absolutely free. Free shipping also comes with all Apple Canada products. **This deal started July 23 in retail stores, but begins August 6th online.

If you have been thinking about picking up an Apple laptop, now is your chance to pick up some serious swag to go with your computer. Right now Apple is offering a super promotion where you get a pair of Beats Solo2 On-Ear Headphones or Beats Solo2 On-Ear Headphones in metallic colours through the education store. Read the rest of this entry »

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July 1

Apple Music Canada: 3 Month Free Trial

Posted by on July 1, 2015 at 10:00 AM

Apple Music Canada: 3 Month Free Trial

Apple Music Canada has launched a 90 day free trial so you can try their music streaming service without paying their $9.99 monthly fee – just to be sure you love it before you buy it.

Have you heard of Apple Music? If you have yet to try it out, now you can – for free. Apple Music Canada is a monthly service to listen to music anywhere you go. This Apple Music subscription is much like Spotify and other music streaming services, but for 3 months you don’t have to pay a cent. This is the perfect music membership for families since up to 6 people can listen using iCloud Family Sharing. While this Apple Music service is rumoured to be available on Android devices this fall, for now Apple Music is only available on the following:

  • iOS
  • watchOS
  • Mac/PC through iTunes

If you are using iOS, you will need to make sure you have the most updated software to use Apple Music. The most updated software is 8.4. Just keep in mind that this service does require sign up and will automatically renew and cost money if you don’t cancel your subscription within the 3 months. Apple Music will cost $9.99 monthly for just one person or $14.99 for the family membership which allows up to 6 people to use it.

You can turn off auto-renewal in your account settings to avoid incurring any costs at the end of your Apple Music 3 month free trial. Getting to your account settings to cancel is simple:

Apple Music > Account > View Apple ID > Subscriptions > Manage > Automatic Renewal > Turn Off

After your three months is up you may want to shop around for another music streaming app. Apple Music has similar rates to other music apps like Spotify, but Apply Music is definitely a better deal if you want to share it with more than one other person. So fire up your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac or PC and make sure you have the most recent update to enjoy 90 days of free music. Avigayil had some difficulties downloading this freebie to her PC, so beware of PC glitches with your iTunes. The promo says you need version 12.2 of iTunes, yet Avigayil’s iTunes is telling her that 12.1.2 is the most recent version available, and it will not allow her to download it. Bummer!

If you love the service, you can continue to pay for it using your iTunes balance. For easy payments, load an iTunes card to your account. The fine print on the iTunes cards even says that the cards work in the iTunes Store, App Store, Mac App Store, iBooks Store as well as towards an Apple Music Membership.

(Expiry: unknown)

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June 15

Apple Canada: Refurbished iPod Touch 32GB Only $179

Posted by on June 15, 2015 at 4:30 PM

Apple Canada: Refurbished iPod Touch 32GB Only $179

Apple Canada has several refurbished 32GB iPod Touch (4th gen) MP3 players on sale from $229 down to $179 with free shipping

It kills me to be posting this deal without purchasing one of these devices. This is one of the last times you are going to see an Apple 32GB MP3 player for this price. Apple Canada recently increased the price on all their MP3 players including the Nano (which only comes in a 16GB model) and the iPod touch. They discontinued the large iPod Classic, which now costs a small fortune via resellers.

This is the 4th generation touch, whereas we are now on to the 5th generation models. However, it is really worth buying this refurbished 4th generation model when you compare prices. The new 5th generation 32GB iPod Touch retails for $299.99, which places this mode at $120 below the new retail price.

You also will not be missing much. The 4th generation has almost all the features of the 5th generation. Enjoy music, movies, TV shows, videos, games, and more at the touch of a button. The device supports HD video recording and editing via the built-in rear and front facing cameras. Facetime with your friends, take selfies, and more.

All refurbished iPod Touch MP3 players come with the same warranty as a brand new unit. They have a new battery and outer shell (no scratch marks). In top of that, they come with all the manuals expected, a new set of Apple earbuds, and a brand new box. I have purchased refurbished from Apple Canada before and have always been extremely pleased with my product.

Choose from a black or a white iPod Touch. I want the white unit myself, and I am dying to buy this deal. My iPhone only holds 16GB of data and it is already maxed out. It hit the point where I had to start deleting photos so I could take another photo! My entire music collection cannot even fit on my phone. As the Nano has the same space, it is not worth purchasing. However, a 32GB iPod Touch would give me all the room I need for my entire music collection.

Due to the price being $120 cheaper than a new 32GB iPod Touch, I expect these refurbished units to sell out quickly.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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March 9

Apple Canada: Refurbished Apple TV $79 or New Apple TV $89 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

Posted by on March 9, 2015 at 9:20 PM

Apple Canada: Refurbished Apple TV $79 or New Apple TV $89 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

There has been a price drop on the Apple TV. This device used to retail for $109 but has recently dropped to $89 new. For those of you looking to save a bit more cash, you can purchase a refurbished Apple TV for just $79 with free shipping.

Price drops are not very common at Apple, so this is rather sweet. Whether you are after a new model or a used model, the price is now more affordable.

We all know this unit. This is the Apple TV that lets you stream content from your iPad, iPhone, or computer. Not only that, you can use it to rent movies, buy movies, watch your favourite TV programs, stream Netflix, and more on the TV.

If you are buying the refurbished unit – have no fear. There is a rigorous refurbishment process to ensure the Apple TV you receive is in tiptop shape. All refurbished products qualify for Apple’s one-year warranty and their 14-day return policy. If this is not enough assurance for you, then you can also purchase peace of mind in the form of the extended AppleCare Protection Plan.

This is the lowest price that any Apple TV has ever been on the blog. As for the new TV, I once blogged about a deal where it was on sale (with coupon) for this price. However, that was quite a limited time deal.

I would love to get some Mooser’s opinions on the Apple TV. I have not bought one (yet), and am curious whether you guys think it is a good device. I do not watch many movies or television series, but I do have a few I cannot watch online that I like. In addition, I am interested in converting my favourite movies over to digital form so I do not fill up a shelf with stacks of Blu-Ray cases. While i still like my books in the physical form, I would rather have all my music and movies in digital form. What do you guys think?

As per usual, all orders ship for free at Apple Canada. Quantities of the refurbished Apple TV are limited.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 17

Apple Canada: Refurbished Apple TV $85 & Free Shipping

Posted by on February 17, 2015 at 2:30 PM

Apple Canada: Refurbished Apple TV $85 & Free Shipping

One of my favourite deals is back at Apple Canada. Pick up an Apple Certified refurbished Apple TV for just $85 with free shipping. The regular Apple TV retails for $109 so you are saving $24 on the refurbished model with the peace of mind that comes with a one-year warranty.

It has been positively ages since we last saw the Apple TV in the refurbished section. I assume the refurbished models sell out fairly quickly, so we will not always catch them when in stock. The refurbished section is strangely empty these days with only a few computers and the Apple TV to save us money on our Apple essentials.

With your new Apple TV, you will have access to movies, TV shows, sports, your music and photos, and more on your HDTV. The Apple TV also communicates with your iOS devices so you can play content wirelessly on your TV from your iPhone or your iPad. Instead of showing your friends a picture on your tiny phone screen, send it to your TV for everyone to see and marvel at your amazing photography skills.

Refurbished products are safe. Apple puts them through rigorous testing before selling them again. Then there are two levels of protection. First, you have a 14-day money back return period. If you are not happy with your Apple TV, just send it back for a refund. Next, the refurbished Apple TV is covered by one-year warranty. If something goes wrong within the first year, they will fix it. You can also purchase extended coverage through AppleCare.

The Apple TV communicates with your HDTV via HDMI cable, which you will need to buy separately. I always seem to have one of those cables lying around as I use them for my PS3, had one for my digital box back when I had cable through Shaw, and I have a third one for connecting my laptop to the television.

I only know a few people who own the Apple TV, and they love it. While the movie selection could be improved, they always find something to watch. Their kids also enjoy the selection of children’s content available through the device as well.

Quantities are limited.

(Expiry: unknown)

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December 6

Apple TV Was $110 Now $90 TODAY Only @! (EXPIRED)

Posted by on December 6, 2014 at 10:10 AM

Apple TV Was $110 Now $90 TODAY Only @! (EXPIRED)

For one day only, Staples Canada is reducing the price of their 3rd generation Apple TVs by $20 – down from $109 to only $89 with free shipping. These items are rarely reduced, so if you are interested, buy one today! Here are the details:

When Avigayil last wrote a deal about Apple TV here, it was then priced at $100. So now from Staples, we’re seeing a further $10 price drop on that previous low price. Apple TVs don’t really go on sale very often, and when they do, they don’t have steep discounts – this is one of the lowest price that I’ve ever seen on the Apple TV. In price comparing now, you’d pay $109 directly from Apple Canada, $110 at Best Buy, $109 in-store @ Walmart, $110 @ Future Shop, $108 @ Costco. You can see that the Staples price today is really excellent – $89 with free shipping.

I personally don’t need one of these as I do all my streaming to the TV through the Playstation 3. But if there are some of you out there who don’t have the streaming capability built-in to your TV, or if you don’t have a console to connect, then an Apple TV is a really great low-cost solution for this. You can stream shows from the likes of Netflix, you can watch videos directly on Youtube and Vimeo, and tons more other features.

I really like the sound of the Airplay feature, I’d definitely find that useful. With Airplay, you can stream content from your iPhones and iPads directly to your TV. There are times when we have guests visiting, and I want to show them a video that I’ve taken of the kids. I end up passing the iPad round from person to person, to see the video. It would be so much handier to stream it directly to the TV for everyone to watch.

(Expires: 6th December)

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November 3

Apple Canada: Refurbished 7th Gen iPod Nano $99 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

Posted by on November 3, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Apple Canada: Refurbished 7th Gen iPod Nano $99 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

It’s back lovely Moosers! Apple Canada has restocked a bunch of gorgeous refurbished seventh generation iPod Nanos for only $99 apiece ($50 off retail price) with free shipping!

Scroll all the way to the bottom of the screen and under “More Stores” select “Refurbished & Clearance” and then the iPod selection. Apple has this issue with deep linking.

Now, I blogged about this deal back in the spring, and I am delighted it is back. iPod Nanos make excellent gifts to pop under the tree for a loved one. Do not worry about your Nano being refurbished, as all refurbished products from Apple come with:

  • brand new battery
  • brand new outer shell
  • full one year warranty from Apple
  • new white box
  • manual and all accessories
  • new, unopened earbuds

Essentially, it is just like a brand new Nano except all the bugs have been worked out of this one first. I have always bought refurbished iPods from Apple and I have been quite satisfied with them. My husband’s current Nano (sixth generation) is a refurbished model and there have been no problems at all. I highly recommend them.

I also recommend refurbished Nanos because they are a great way to save money. Check out the price of seventh generation Nanos on The Source, Future Shop, and Best Buy Canada right now. On average, they are on sale for $129.99 and Best Buy is completely sold out online. You save an extra $30 going directly through Apple and get the same thing!

Right now, there are four colours available for music loving hipsters like myself:

  • pink
  • blue
  • green
  • purple

I am tied between the purple and the green. They are both such lovely colours!

These are the same iPods you know and love. They have 16GB of space with a 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display. They also feature Bluetooth 4.0 for connecting to external speakers to share your tunes. They will play video and FM radio with the ability to live pause. If you want your Nano to help you with some fitness goals, the Nano comes with Nike+ support built in with a pedometer. No adapter needed.

For those who want something a little bigger, there are some iPod Touch devices in the refurbished sale in both 16GB and 32GB sizes. I also found an iPad mini with Wi-Fi 16GB – Black & Slate under clearance items for $319. Have a look around, you never know what deals you might find.

(Expiry: quantities limited)

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September 25

iTunes Store: Vizzywig Video Editor App For iPhones And iPads | Was $30 Now FREE (EXPIRED)

Posted by on September 25, 2014 at 9:30 AM

iTunes Store: Vizzywig Video Editor App For iPhones And iPads | Was $30 Now FREE (EXPIRED)

For a very limited time, you can get this highly regarded video editing app for your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad for free! The Vizzywig Video Editor App for these Apple devices normally costs $29.99, but it’s currently free! It will go back to its regular price some time today (September 25th), so download it now before it’s too late!

The Vizzywig Video Editor Movie Maker And Multi Camera Film Edit Effects Slideshow Music Editing Credits App (I dare you to say that fast five times) is a very versatile program to have at your disposal. You can check out the myriad of features that it has by clicking here.

I used to make independent movies when I was younger (don’t worry, they weren’t very good), and I used to always use Sony Vegas. The fact that this app makes it easy to edit and compile movies right on your Apple device makes this very useful for both amateur videographers and casual users alike.

I have an iPad mini and an iPhone, so I plan to download this app as soon as I submit this deal for my fellow Bargainmoosers to check out! Even if you barely film any videos on your device, you can compile some sleek slideshows with your photos with Vizzywig as well. Either way, this is definitely worth checking out, especially since it’s free!

I’ve included a snippet of a review from a satisfied customer on the Apple iTunes website below:

This is an incredible little app!!! I’ve been creating professional videos for many years and the capacity of my little iPhone and iPad for capturing video and editing on the fly has just kicked into high gear. The panning zoom is very smooth, one touch and it smoothly zooms in or out. The image stabilization is pretty good too.

Download this great app for your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad before it’s too late! It expires today, so get it while you still can. I hope you all enjoy your day today, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 25th September 2014)

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August 24

Apple Canada iPhone 5 Current Replacement Programs

Posted by on August 24, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Apple Canada iPhone 5 Current Replacement Programs

This is not exactly a deal post, more of a ‘for your information’ and ‘do not waste money on fixing this yourself because it is covered by Apple’ post. If you own an iPhone 5 that has been giving you troubles, you will want to check out Apple’s current replacement programs.

1. iPhone 5 Sleep/Wake Button Replacement Program

Apple has identified an issue with a small percentage of the sleep/wake buttons on iPhone 5 models manufactured through March 2013. They may stop working or work intermittently. If you are experiencing this frustrating issue with your iPhone 5, Apple is willing to replace the sleep/wake button on your iPhone free of charge. This is not covered under warranty, but is more considered a manufacturer’s defect. Thus, your phone does not have to be under warranty to receive this fix. To see if your phone is one of the eligible serial numbers, click through the link above.

 2. iPhone 5 Battery Replacement Program

This program just started in the USA, and will be hitting Canada on the 29th of August 2014. Apple has identified that a small percentage of iPhone 5 devices may suddenly experience shorter battery life or need to be charged more frequently than they should. These devices were sold between September 2012 and January 2013. If you think your phone might have this issue and do not recall exactly when you bought it, be sure to enter your serial number through the link above to see if your phone qualifies. Your phone does not need to be under warranty for this replacement. An Apple replacement battery costs around $100, so this replacement program is good news for anyone having difficulty.

If your phone does need to have either of these replacements, follow the steps given through the links above for the replacement. You will need to do the following steps BEFORE taking your phone in for repairs:

  • Back up your data to iTunes or iCloud
  • Turn off Find my iPhone
  • Erase data and settings in Settings > General > Reset > Erase all Content and Settings

My iPhone 5 qualifies for both these replacement programs and has both the problems associated with the replacements. My sleep/wake button works only when it wants to and my battery will suddenly jump from 50% down to 20% charge. While I do not look forward to the hassle, I do look forward to the free repairs and a working phone afterwards.

Is anyone else having these problems with their iPhone 5?

(Expiry: Unknown)

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August 15

Apple Canada: Get $25 iTunes Card When You Buy Apple TV

Posted by on August 15, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Apple Canada: Get $25 iTunes Card When You Buy Apple TV

As if you need another reason to want an Apple TV, buy one from Apple and you’ll be rewarded with a $25 iTunes card.

Considering every store has it for the $109 price that Apple is selling it for, I’d much prefer to buy it directly from the source – Apple – for two reasons. The first reason is the gift with purchase of the $25 iTunes card, which would be used very quickly in my house, but will give us a lot of music for free. Second, why would I buy from a secondary source when I can buy it directly from the company who makes it? This way I know if something happens to it, contacting them will be a breeze.

While I have something similar, it doesn’t really compare to Apple TV and what I love about it is that I can use iCloud to store my movies and music and play them on all my Apple devices. I also have about one million (probably not exaggerating) photos stored in iPhoto on my Mac, that would be great to put look at on my Apple TV. I can also make a movie using iMovie and watch it seamlessly on the big screen.

While this promotion is an awesome one, there is also another promotion for back to school. Avi blogged about this at the beginning of July, but you might want a refresh on the details. If you are going to post-secondary school, buy a Mac and you’ll get a $110 apple store gift card. Interestingly, this is exactly what the Apple TV costs. I’d really like to know if you bought the Mac, got the gift card, used it to buy the Apple TV and then got the free iTunes as well. That would be amazing. If you buy an iPad or iPhone, you’ll get a $55 gift card. Both the Mac and the iPad are also eligible for education pricing too, so if you are going back to school, I’m just full of deals for you. You don’t have to be going back to school to get the Apple TV deal.

All items over $75 qualify for free shipping.

(Expiry: 30th September 2014)

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July 1

Apple Canada Back to School Offer

Posted by on July 1, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Apple Canada Back to School Offer

Apple Canada has just started up their back to school offer for students and teachers. With the purchase of desktops, laptops, iPads, and iPhones you will receive up to a $110 Apple Store gift card.

The first offer is two-fold. When you buy a laptop or desktop in the Apple Store for Education, you save money off the original retail price.

Buy a Mac for university and get $110 Apple Store gift card only at the Apple Store for Education. For example, an 11″ Macbook Air will cost you $949 as a student, which is $50 off the regular price of $999. Then, you will also receive the $110 bonus Apple Store Card.

In the land of desktops, the 21.5-inch: 1.4GHz Mac is $1149 regularly, but it costs $1099 with educational pricing. You will also receive that $110 gift card with your purchase.

If you purchase an iPad for college, you will receive a $55 Apple store gift card and receive educational pricing discounts. The iPad mini starts at $319 at Apple, but with the educational discount, it will cost students and teachers just $299 and you get the bonus $55 Apple Store gift card. Likewise, the Apple Air in the educational store starts at $499 instead of the regular $519 and comes with that gift card.

If you buy an iPhone for school, you will also receive a $55 Apple Store gift card but there are no further educational discounts. It is still a good deal, if you have wanted to get your hands on an iPhone because you can use the gift card to load your phone up with all the apps you want to buy and some great music as well.

This was always my favourite time of year to buy my Apple products. I really enjoyed combining the gift and the student discount to optimize my buying power. My graduation is in November so I will no longer be a student for the first time in many years. I am now carefully considering what I should buy before my status as a student ends best to take advantage of student discounts like these. You never realize how nice this kind of discount is until you are no longer eligible!

Apple Canada offers free shipping on orders of $75 or more so any major electronics, like these, that you will be buying will ship free.

(Expiry: 9th September 2014)

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June 6

Apple Canada: Refurbished iPads & Apple TV

Posted by on June 6, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Apple Canada: Refurbished iPads & Apple TV

Apple Canada now has a bunch of Apple TVs and iPads on sale in the refurbished section. As all refurbished items come with a one-year warranty and free shipping, this is a great way to get your hands on Apple equipment at a discount.

First off I must wax poetic on the Apple TV. The regular Apple TV costs $109 and I hear it is worth every penny. Apple has recently restocked their refurbished Apple TVs that retails for just $85 with free shipping. You are saving $24 on the device that gives you access to iTunes on your HDTV and allows you to both rent and buy movies from the iTunes store. Now, if you have other devices like an iPhone or an iPad, the Apple TV also lets you wirelessly stream content from those iOS devices to your TV. Also, any movies you buy or rent on the Apple TV can be watched on any iOS device, your Mac, or your PC thanks to the iCloud.

The big debate it seems is whether Netflix or the Apple TV is better. I hear that iTunes has the better database of movies with more variety and you get new movies sooner. However, Netflix does not require you to buy a box to run and with a subscription service, you are not paying per rental. Any thoughts?

Also in the refurbished section you will find this Refurbished iPad with Retina display Wi-Fi 32GB – Black (4th generation) and the same device in white. These big boys were originally $599, but in the refurbished section they cost just $419. My 16GB iPad just does not cut it, the 32 GB model would be much nicer. In fact, my iPad is getting old now and certainly showing its age. I plan to replace it soon and will certainly be keeping an eye on the refurbished section for my next purchase as I refuse to pay full price.

All refurbished iPads come with the same one year warranty as new iPads do. They also have a new battery so you are not getting a battery that is already loosing life. The outer shell is also new so your iPad will come devoid of any scratches or cosmetic imperfections.

For these reasons, I have always loved buying refurbished. It is essentially the same as buying new; they have just had a little extra time to work out any kinks in the product.

(Expiry: unknown)

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June 5

Word Lens Translator App Now Free On iTunes & Google Play Store (Was $5)

Posted by on June 5, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Word Lens Translator App Now Free On iTunes & Google Play Store (Was $5)

The internet is currently abuzz with the Word Lens Translator app because it’s now free on both iTunes and the Google Play Store. It was originally priced at $4.99 and since there is no word on when this awesome app will go back to its full price, I suggest you quickly download it as soon as possible.

The World Lens Translator is extremely handy because it uses your device’s camera to instantly translate any printed words. Say you’re travelling abroad and you don’t know what the writing on a certain sign outside means. Simply launch the app, point the camera at the sign and prepare to be amazed because it will translate the writing for you. Plus, the app can also translate words that have been reversed (spelled backwards) or can erase words from the sign.

Upon first downloading the app, you are only able to reverse or erase. However, be sure to download all of the language packs by tapping on the world map icon on the bottom left of the screen as these are all free right now. You can get the following languages: Russian, Portuguese, German, Italian, French and Spanish, although keep in mind that the app is only able to translate to and from English. Here’s to hoping that the developers of the app are working on more languages packs and the ability to cross-translate between all the languages as well!

I tried this app on my iPhone on a granola bar I had lying around and I’m happy to report that it worked really well. The text was instantly translated, though the only tip I have is that you need to make sure to keep your hand steady over the text you are trying to translate.

It’s definitely one of those must-have apps even if you don’t see yourself using it right now because you never known when you might need it. So just download it now for free and tuck it into a folder on your device for future use. Word Lens Translator App Now Free On iTunes & Google Play Store (Was $5)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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