App Deals

November 27

Canadian Freebies: 39 Free Apps for Android @ Amazon Canada ($183 Worth)

Posted by on November 27, 2014 at 12:23 PM

Canadian Freebies: 39 Free Apps for Android @ Amazon Canada ($183 Worth)

There are 39 free apps you can download for free at Amazon Canada right now. These are usually paid apps so you are getting a bunch of programs worth $183 for free. If you are running an android device, then check out these freebies from Amazon Canada now.

I am not going to bother listing all the apps, but I will pick out some of the more expensive apps and some of the apps I think are more interesting. Here is merely a sample of what you can download.

Expensive apps:

  • Docs To Go Premium Key – Was $11.09
  • Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh Edition for Android – Was $26.79
  • Splashtop Whiteboard – Was $38.69

Fun games:

  • Bejeweled 2 – Was $2.99
  • Sonic Jump – Was $2.99
  • Angry Birds Seasons (Ad-Free) – Was $1.02
  • Dr. Panda & Toto’s Treehouse – Was $2.99
  • Fairway Solitaire (Full) – Was $1.08

There are many more games and other apps as well. I have Sonic Jump for my phone and it is a good game to play at the doctor’s office while waiting for an appointment. I rather suck at the game and really have not made it beyond the first few levels. I blame coordination and a small phone screen.

My husband used to be addicted to all the Angry Birds games including Seasons, which has some of the prettiest backgrounds of the different games they have released. I even enjoyed playing that one. Of course, I am a sucker for Japanese blossom petals.

While you may think that a dictionary on your Android device might not be that useful, after all – you can just google it – you would be surprised how many words do not show up at or in unofficial dictionaries. Besides, if you are ever playing Scrabble a phone dictionary might come in useful for looking up all those two letter words.

My partner has an Android tablet so I will be forwarding this deal to him. If you download some of these games, let me know what ones you decided on! I am curious as to what apps will be most popular. If my calculations are correct (I did them twice so they should be), this stack of 39 apps is worth $183 if you bought them all at retail price.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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November 14

Amazon Canada: Download The Amazon AppStore App To Get $105 Worth Of Apps For Free – Today Only (EXPIRED)

Posted by on November 14, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Amazon Canada: Download The Amazon AppStore App To Get $105 Worth Of Apps For Free   Today Only (EXPIRED)

Amazon is at it again! They’re currently promoting a fantastic deal to entice people to download their free Amazon AppStore App, which you can get for your Android device. If you get this Amazon Appstore App today, you can get 16 free apps to download – a $105 value! All you need to do to download this free app on your Android-compatible cell phone or tablet is click here, and follow the easy-to-follow instructions provided to you by Amazon. No shipping or anything is required – after all, you’re downloading these apps straight to your Android device! This deal is only valid until November the 15th, so get it today!

Click here to check out this deal @ now

Once you download the free Amazon Appstore App, you can download the free app of the day bundle! I’ve included the apps included in this “app toolbox”, along with their regular prices below:

  •  Oxford Dictionary of English with Audio ($25.43)
  • PrintHand Mobile Print Premium ($13.57)
  • Servers Ultimate Pro ($13.39)
  • HanDBase Database Manager ($10.29)
  • MathsApp Graphing Calculator ($6.99)
  • MobiMail for Outlook Web Email (FULL) ($5.99)
  • Business Card Reader ($5.60)
  • Fleksy Keyboard ($4.38)
  • Tiny Scan Pro: PDF Document Scanner ($4.28)
  • OpenDocument Reader ($4.07)
  • Camera ZOOM FX ($2.99)
  • AndroZip Pro File Manager ($2.50)
  • Office Calculator Pro ($2.29)
  • XnRetro Pro ($1.30)
  • Shuttle+ Music Player ($0.99)
  • TextGrabber + Translator Lite ($0.99)

What you’ll be paying for these apps: nothing! They’re absolutely free until November 15th. Now this is one nice deal, especially since it won’t cost you a penny! I no longer have an Android compatible device, so I won’t be able to enjoy these free apps. It’s a real shame, too – I would have loved to tinker with the MathsApp Graphing Calculator, the Camera ZOOM FX, and TextGrabber + Translator Lite apps.

I’ve included a brief review from a satisfied Camera ZOOM FX user below:

This is one of the most used of my apps… An absolutely amazing piece of software. Beats all of the rest by far! 

Take advantage of this free offer today! I hope you all enjoy the rest of your day today, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 15th November 2014)

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November 4

Como Canada Exclusive Coupon Code: Save 30% On A Platinum Plan | Up To $345 Value

Posted by on November 4, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Como Canada Exclusive Coupon Code: Save 30% On A Platinum Plan | Up To $345 Value

Good morning, my fellow Bargainmoosers! I’ve got an exclusive coupon for you all this morning that was provided to us by the fine folks at Como. When you use the coupon code below, you can save 30% on a platinum plan! You can choose to use their platinum services monthly (where you’d save $34.50 with this discount code), or yearly (you would save $345.01 on your order). For those who aren’t aware, Como is a company that allows users to conveniently build their own mobile app on their website. It’s easy, it’s quick, and it’s awesome! Also, you won’t have to worry about paying any shipping charges, since this deal is for a web-based service. Nice!

Click here to check out this deal @ now 

  • Coupon Code: COMO-MOOSE-30
  • Discount: 30% off a platinum plan
  • Expiry: Unknown

With Como, you can easily create your own app for your business. Whether you’re the owner of a restaurant, a non-profit organization, a school, a small business, or if you’re running an event that you’re trying to build interest for, then you should definitely check out Como, Even if you’re a musician that wants to alert fans about your next gigs and songs, you can use Como’s services. You can even easily integrate links to photos, videos, e-merchants, and social media pages. You can check out all of Como’s features by clicking here.

As a person who’s dabbled in the app-creating field, I know how challenging it could be when you’re working on these from scratch. Thankfully, Como makes it easy for users to customize their app to their liking. It would have made my experiences that much easier, that’s for sure!

I’ve included a brief review of Como’s services from a satisfied customer (Dr. Robert Lofsky, Wilmot Veterinary Clinic) below:

“Since I have a relatively new practice and am currently building my client base, the app is great because it’s innovative, helps people discover my clinic, and makes my practice stand out.”

Even if you’re not familiar with apps, I highly recommend that you check out today’s deal, just so you can see what Como can do for you. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

Como Canada Exclusive Coupon Code: Save 30% On A Platinum Plan | Up To $345 Value

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October 17

Canadian Freebies: 14 Free Android Apps for the Family @

Posted by on October 17, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Canadian Freebies: 14 Free Android Apps for the Family @

Today and tomorrow only, score 14 free android only apps at Amazon Canada for your children and the entire family.

All these apps you regularly have to pay for, so this is a nice little offer from Amazon Canada. Most are only worth a dollar or two each, but free is king! Download all 14 apps or choose the ones that fit with your family and lifestyle most.

If I added the bundle up correctly, then you are getting $24.09 worth of free apps for you and your family.

The most appealing title in the entire group is Fiona Fights, an Adventure Time game where you battle as Fionna. You battle enemies and can use power ups that make you super big or you can call in backup like Marshall Lee. Perform invincible power attacks with Lady Rainicorn or Lord Monochromicorn. The game looks like a fun game for kids and adults alike. I know many adults who worship Adventure Time and would enjoy playing a game like this.

This reviewer just loves the game:

I love love love this game! I’m a big geek but this makes me feel MATHEMATICAL!!! I love that u can upgrade all the swords and u can play w/ cake and marchell!!!! It’s so fun!!!

There are several productivity apps in the offer as well. The healthy Habit Tracker sounds like a good habit-reinforcing app for kids and adults alike. We all know how hard it is to break a bad habit and make a new good habit. This chart tracks your habits in a daily, weekly, or monthly view format. As this reviewer says:

Goals that are written down ARE goals that you stick to. This app is great for helping me remember to do those small but very important things that I sometimes forget.

I just love deals like this! Especially when you get really cool games and other useful apps free. Enjoy dear Moosers and let me know what you pick up!

(Expiry: 18th October 2014)

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October 7

Amazon Canada: OfficeSuite Professional 7 For Android Devices | Was $15 Now $1

Posted by on October 7, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Amazon Canada: OfficeSuite Professional 7 For Android Devices | Was $15 Now $1

Do you have an Android phone? Whether it’s a Samsung Galaxy, an HTC Touch, or another cell phone or tablet that isn’t made by Apple, it’s easy to see why Android devices are so popular – they’re not nearly as expensive as Apple’s iPhones and iPads, and they’re also very user-friendly. Today’s deal from Amazon Canada is for OfficeSuite Professional 7, a highly rated and very convenient program suite for Android devices that can allow you to work on documents while you’re on-the-go. Normally $15.44, you can now download this program straight to your Android device for just $0.99!

Along with its easy-to-use integrated file browser, OfficeSuite Professional 7 for Android devices is one convenient software package. It’s compatible with the following formats for text files: Microsoft DOC, DOCX, DOCM, RTF, TXT, and LOG. Spreadsheet files in the XLS, XLSX, XLSM, and CSV formats are also supported. Power Point and other presentation formats supported include PPT, PPTX, PPS, PPSX, PPTM, and PPSM. This program for the Android also supports PDF, EML, and ZIP files, and is Microsoft Office 365 compatible.

It’s always helpful to have a program like this on your phone. When you’re away from the office and you receive an email attachment on your Android device, it can be a bit of a challenge to check out or edit these documents, especially when it needs to be done in a timely manner. Thankfully, with OfficeSuite Professional 7, you can do that with ease, and if you rely on public transit to get you to your workplace every day, you can work on your projects during your commute!

OfficeSuite Professional 7 is currently on sale at the Google Play Store for $7.87. I’ve included a brief review of this Android program from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

There are a few things this app won’t do but what it does blows all other apps of its type away. It’s actually worth using. Nice clean presentation. Easy to use. I mainly use it for the word processor for writing on the go. With the exception of some formatting shortcomings, it’s quite good.

For $0.99, you simply can’t go wrong! I hope you all enjoy your Tuesday, my fellow Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 5

Apple iTunes Store: Car Camera DVR Dashboard GPS App | Was $4 Now Free (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 5, 2014 at 9:02 AM

Apple iTunes Store: Car Camera DVR Dashboard GPS App | Was $4 Now Free (EXPIRED)

Good morning, Bargainmoosers! For a very limited time, you can download an interesting app from the Apple iTunes store that normally costs $3.99 for free! This program that’s compatible with iPhones and iPads is a Car Camera DVR Dashboard GPS App, which can be quite useful. Since it’s a free download, you’ll be able to start using this app within minutes!

This Car Camera DVR Dashboard GPS App has some intriguing features. It helps you use your iPhone or iPad as a dashboard camera, which can be very handy! It can also work as a GPS to help you navigate and plan your trips! This is a great app to have, especially since it’s absolutely free! I highly recommend that you download it now before it goes back to $3.99!

If you’ve ever been in a car accident, you’ll know how important it can be to have a car camera on your dashboard. With this app, you can record hours of video while you’re driving, so if an accident ever unfortunately happens, you have video proof of what went down that can help you out.

You don’t find honest people everywhere you go, so if they try to blame you for an accident when they were clearly at fault, this app’s video recording capabilities can help you prove them wrong.

The Car Camera DVR Dashboard GPS App has some great reviews on the Apple iTunes website. I’ve included one brief review from a user of this app below:

A car accident made me perform research into apps for recording your driving. I only wished I had done this on my own a day earlier; this app would have proves exactly what occurred before, during, and after the incident . I just wish it would run in the background and continue recoding and allow me to use my GPS app while driving.

Download this app as soon as you can before it goes back to regular price! I hope you all enjoy your Sunday, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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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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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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August 31

Google Play Canada Store: Get 50%+ Off 7 Great Android Indy Games

Posted by on August 31, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Google Play Canada Store: Get 50%+ Off 7 Great Android Indy Games

The internet is the great equalizer between independent games and the big guys. Level the playing field a bit more by supporting the little guys by getting 50% or more off with the Google Play Store!

The internet is seriously the great equalizer between the big companies and the little game makers. It used to be that if you wanted to sell a game, you needed to have it distributed in stores and that pretty much only happened for big companies. There were some independent developers out there like the amazing crew at Pendulo Studios, but they were usually stuck behind something else. Nowadays, with the internet, the playing field is a little more even. Yeah, most companies are still gonna put the big name games up front, but it’s easier to find those weird, independent games that we all fall in love with at one point in our gaming lives.

If there is anything that can rival what the internet has done it’s smartphones and tablets and, if I were going to get political for a moment, Android. Anyone can put anything on Android (as long as it isn’t malware) and sell it or give it away. A few of those small game makers rise above the rest and, in this instance, get featured in a sale on the Google Play Store. These are the games:

I don’t know the before prices but they are all at least 50% off. Also, the prices are converted to CAD from USD. If the exchange rate changes a lot, the prices might change in kind.

I immediately picked up Combo Crew based solely on the fact that they have Viewtiful Joe (!!) in the logo. If Capcom thinks this game is good enough to let Viewtiful Joe in it, I’m down. Combo Crew is 50% off. The other one I grabbed is The Room, which is already a huge success and is a really cool looking puzzle game. It just recently (yesterday or the day before) got an expansion to add another puzzle to the game. This one, I think, was a $4 game at one point, so you could be saving up to 75% if that price is correct and if it stayed there.

Once you’ve picked up some of these awesome games, take a look around the Play store and find some other independent games. Let us know what your favourite indy game is so we can all check them out and support the small developers making awesome games.

(Expires: Unknown)

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April 18

Checkout51 Android App Launch: Canadian Grocery Cashback

Posted by on April 18, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Checkout51 Android App Launch: Canadian Grocery Cashback

We’ve got some news this week for potential new users of the free Canadian grocery cashback app, Checkout51. Their Android app is launching – which is good news for those of you with Android handsets!

From the above link, you will be able to download the app of your choice – either on the app store for iOS or on Google Play for Android.

We’ve mentioned Checkout51 here on Bargainmoose once before, and that post tells you a little bit more about the Canadian app.  In that thread, Bargainmooser Kate had this to day about it:

I was one of the beta members and I love this app/program! Any savings help when your grocery shopping and this one is for sure worth the time.

Now, while the grocery cashback offers on Checkout51 change on a weekly basis, we don’t write about them here on Bargainmoose every single week. We have been putting lists up on our Facebook page, if you want to keep track… or you can just click over to Checkout51 each week, yourself.

For some examples of the current offers this week:

  • Glade Jar Candles - $1 cashback
  • Special K Cereal – $2 cashback
  • Bento Sushi – $1.50 cashback
  • COLDSORE-FX – $5 cashback
  • Kraft Dinner Smart – $0.75 cashback

As you can see, if you add up some of these offers for brands you’d be buying anyway, there’s quite a bit of cashback available. A handy tool!

(Expiry: never)

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March 2

Google Play Store: Dr. Seuss Book Apps on Sale – Up to 75% Off

Posted by on March 2, 2013 at 11:00 PM

Google Play Store: Dr. Seuss Book Apps on Sale   Up to 75% Off

It’s Dr. Seuss’ birthday today and Google and Oceanhouse media are celebrating accordingly with a huge sale on Dr. Seuss book apps!

There are 35 books on sale including all your favorites like:

And of course there are other books on sale here that maybe you haven’t heard of. It’s a good opportunity to explore a bit and try some books you might not have otherwise gotten.

I feel kind of stupid writing about Dr. Seuss. It’s like writing an article talking about how awesome it is to breath. But for those of you who may not know, Dr. Seuss is the pen name of Theodor Seuss Geisel, an author best known for his kids books, including the ones I mentioned above as well as others like How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Dr. Seuss’ Sleep Book and The Sneetches. He’s awesome, check out his stuff. Go. Now. Get out of my house.

(Expires: Unknown, possibly 8th March 2013)

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December 17

Checkout51: Canadian Grocery Cashback App

Posted by on December 17, 2012 at 12:00 PM

Checkout51: Canadian Grocery Cashback App

Checkout 51 is a relatively new app on the market, but one that I thought would be good to mention to the Bargainmoosers. The app designers are based in Toronto – it’s a Canadian grocery cashback app! With this app, you can get cashback on your in-store grocery purchases, when you buy select items. It’s currently available on the Apple app store, but will be coming to Google Play soon.

Let’s take a look at some of the grocery cashback offers which are available as I write this:

  • $2.50 for Heinz Ketchup (750mL+)
  • $2 for Cheerios (400g+)
  • $1 for Coca Cola (2L)
  • $4 for 3 bricks of Philly
  • $3 for Huggies Wipes

As you can see, there are some top brands on there, so I think these are pretty good cashback offers.

How to get cashback:

Buy the items of offer within the dates required, take a photo of your receipt, and upload it through the app. Quite simple!

Here are a few words from Bargainmooser Debbie when I chatted to her about this app:

I think it’s an amazing deal and I am going to do it if it’s available here in our area!! Who doesn’t love cash back on groceries!!

When I heard the name of this app – Checkout 51 – I immediately thought of Area 51; but this app has more to do with grocery shopping than aliens!

Do you think you would use this app?

(Expiry: none)

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November 30 Get a Great Game for Your Mobile Device AND Donate to Fight Epilepsy for FREE!

Posted by on November 30, 2012 at 2:00 AM Get a Great Game for Your Mobile Device AND Donate to Fight Epilepsy for FREE!

The best kind of charitable donation is the one that you don’t have to pay to donate to… and the one that gives you a free game… Hmm. That sounded far more snappy in my head…

This freebie is super awesome. You visit this site on your mobile device (Android or iOS only) and you are forwarded to the Apple App Store or the Google Play store. Once you’re there you will get a FREE game from the fine human beings at AND $1 will be donated to the Epilepsy Foundation of America. This all happens, as I mentioned above, for FREE. You don’t pay for the game, you don’t pay for the donation.

A couple of things you need to know. For the donation to go through, you need to visit on your mobile device and get the app that way. The site will automatically forward you to the Apple store or the Google store. If you just get the game through the App Store or the Play Store, you will not be making a donation. Make sure you do it on your iOS or Android device via the website.

Another thing to keep in mind is that if you have multiple Android or iOS devices (I have five Android devices, soon to be six) you can get the game and donate a dollar by visiting the site on each device. Don’t just send the app to your other devices from one device or log in and get it from iTunes, make sure you visit the site on each device! While you’re at it, grab the devices of other people around you and download the game for them. If they are really mad about it, they can uninstall it and you can bask in the knowledge that you forced them to donate money without them even knowing about it!

Notice how I’ve conveniently not mentioned the name of the game. That’s because I want you to go to the website and make a FREE donation to figure out what the game is! Intriguing, isn’t it!?

(Expires: Unknown)


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November 21

Reminder: Do You Have The Bargainmoose Deals App?

Posted by on November 21, 2012 at 9:30 AM

Reminder: Do You Have The Bargainmoose Deals App?

Last Christmas, we launched a Bargainmoose mobile application for users of iOS and Android. I just wanted to do a post for all the newbies in the last year who may not be aware of this fact. Here are the links for the various downloads, or you can just search from the app stores on your handsets:

Download it if you don’t have own it – it’s FREE.

These days, more and more people are using smartphones, so it’s really handy to have the Bargainmoose mobile app in your pocket. It’s going to be particularly handy over the next few days leading up to Back Friday – we’re seeing SO many deals coming in, and it’s a great time to do the bulk of your Christmas gift shopping. If you’re out and about, you can check all the latest Canadian deals on the app, at any time.

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September 28

Google Play Store 25 Billion Downloads Sale: Android Apps for 25 Cents! Minimum of 75% off!

Posted by on September 28, 2012 at 10:00 AM

Google Play Store 25 Billion Downloads Sale: Android Apps for 25 Cents! Minimum of 75% off!

Oh it’s that time again, friends. Google has hit another milestone; this time they have had 25 billion apps downloaded from their app store! You know what that means, don’t you? Apps for a quarter! Woo!

In the link above, I linked to the Google Play front page. I did that because the deals change daily, so if I link directly to the sale page, it might not work tomorrow. Let’s get into some apps!

I didn’t include the prices there because I am not 100% sure of what they were and it isn’t mentioned on the Play Store. I think I remember some of them so here it goes: I think Cut the Rope: Experiments was $2, World of Goo was $4 or $5, Paper Camera was $2, and I have no clue about Dungeon Village. Again, these are all guesses and I’m pulling them from memory. I could be completely off, so if you get World of Goo thinking you are getting a good deal and it ends up be a $1 game, don’t come crying to me!

I already owned Cut the Rope: Experiments and World of Goo and they are both amazing, addicting games. I am not into camera apps, but there are a lot of people who love Paper Camera an inordinate amount. Dungeon Village is another one I haven’t played around with, but I am looking forward to it. I just hope that they don’t have in-game purchases or, if they do, that they don’t MAKE you buy them, to play the game.

Google did this when they got 10 billion downloads and it went on for a few days, so keep checking back to see new games. I think they even put all the games on sale again at the end of the sale, but I don’t know for sure.

(Expires: Unknown)

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