iTunes

July 29

Free Worms 3 Game Download @ iTunes Canada

Posted by on July 29, 2015 at 1:00 PM

Free Worms 3 Game Download @ iTunes Canada

Looking for a way to pass some time? Download the Worms 3 game through iTunes for free right now, but be quick. Just head on over to the App Store on your Apple device and download Worms 3 for free. This game was regularly $4.99 and worth it at that price but since it is totally free right now, it is a steal!

This is a great game for your iPhone, iPod or iPad! I can’t believe they’ve made it free for a limited time. I would have paid the full price of $4.99 to be honest. This game is a best-seller, and for many good reasons. 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 10

Costco: $100 Multipack iTunes Cards (4 x $25) Only $84.99 & Free Shipping

Posted by on June 10, 2015 at 3:30 PM

Costco: $100 Multipack iTunes Cards (4 x $25) Only $84.99 & Free Shipping

If you buy as much music on iTunes as I do, then you may want to invest in some discount iTunes cards. Costco Canada is selling a $100 multipack of iTunes cards, that is four $25 cards, for $84.99. That is a 15% discount on these gift cards.

All Costco orders come with free shipping, thus you only pay the cost of the cards and no more.

Costco Canada normally sells this pack at a bit of a discount. On a regular day, you can get the $100 multipack for $94.99. This offer is an extra $10 off Costco Canada’s regular price. In total, it is $15 (15%) off the retail value of those gift cards.

Gift card redemption is easy. You simply log into iTunes on your mobile device or your computer. When in the iTunes store, look at the right hand column. Under ‘Music Quick Links’ you will see ‘Redeem’. Just click there and enter the code you find on the back of your iTunes cards after you peel back the safety sticker.

As this deal includes four $25 iTunes gift cards, this offer is also fantastic for making gifts. iTunes gift cards are one of the most versatile gift cards you can give away as almost everyone uses iTunes these days. It is the industry standard. Not only do people purchase music on iTunes, they also purchase music videos, purchase or rent movies, purchase or rent TV shows, and more. You can also purchase more icloud storage if you are running low. I own a few TV series on iTunes including two seasons of Avatar: The Last Airbender and two seasons of Sherlock.

The iCloud storage potential is of interest to me. My laptop refuses to perform a full back up to an external hard drive. The good people at Alienware (and by extension, Dell) suggested I use iCloud, OneDrive, or Dropbox as a backup. However, I use around 350GB of my hard drive. Thus, I will probably need to pay for storage and this iTunes deal would let me save money on additional storage.

These cards are for redemption on the Canadian only iTunes. They may be available in store as well (if you have a Costco card). You do not need a Costco Card to shop on Costco’s online website. There is a limit of five per customer.

(Expiry: 21st June 2015)

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May 3

iPad Freebie: Get Big Fish Games’ Web Of Deceit Deadly Sands Collector’s Edition FREE (Was $7) @ iTunes Store

Posted by on May 3, 2015 at 12:00 PM

iPad Freebie: Get Big Fish Games Web Of Deceit Deadly Sands Collectors Edition FREE (Was $7) @ iTunes Store

Got an iPad? Then here’s a great game from Big Fish Games for you to play for free. It’s only free for the next couple of days, after which point, it will go back up to its original price of $6.99.

As much as you can get Big Fish Games’ Web of Deceit game by clicking on the link above and then getting it through your iTunes program, you could also more simply just bust out your iPad and download it there.

Although I don’t have an iPad and can’t try this game out for myself, it certainly looks like fun, as you can see in this YouTube video. I have played other games from Big Fish Games on my iPhone before and I can tell you that they’re definitely really fun. If you need to kill time, then a free game is the best way to go! iPad Freebie: Get Big Fish Games Web Of Deceit Deadly Sands Collectors Edition FREE (Was $7) @ iTunes Store

It’s basically a story-driven game that appears to have a mystery theme as after discovering a mysterious case while visiting your uncle, you notice that people are turning up dead after disappearing for a couple of days. Just the description alone reminds me of a Harper Connelly plot (a series by Charlaine Harris), though of course, it’s a well-used plot starter as well in fiction. Your mission is to find out whole killed them by navigating through the story line.

With this Collector’s Edition, you will also receive bonus content in the form of an extra chapter, along with access to concept art and special game-related wallpapers.

Excellent time consuming

If you would prefer to give this game a try on your PC, then you can get the PC version of Web of Deceit Deadly Sands for just $2.99 (reg. $10.21) with the Big Fish Games coupon code NEW299 if it’s your first time trying out a game from their site. Here’s a review from the PC version:

This is a great game played on the one hour free – that just flew past!!! The very pleasing game where the hero detective person is a Male!

(Expiry: 6th May 2015)

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February 27

Shoppers Drug Mart: $10 iTunes Voucher with $50 Spend (In-Store) (EXPIRED)

Posted by on February 27, 2015 at 2:00 PM

Shoppers Drug Mart: $10 iTunes Voucher with $50 Spend (In Store) (EXPIRED)

Shoppers Drug Mart has a really cool promotion in store this weekend that I wanted to highlight. Spend $50 or more in store and you will receive a promotional card for $10 worth to spend at iTunes. The promotion runs the 28th February to the 1st of March – two days only.

The promotional card will have a code on it that you must redeem right here by the 22nd of March 2015. When you redeem your promo card code, then you will be given a $10 iTunes e-voucher. This is a digital version of an iTunes card so you can redeem it at the iTunes store on whatever you like.

Quantities are limited, that is why I am blogging this deal a day early. Often when Shoppers Drug Mart gives away $10 cards, they have a $75 minimum (sometimes $50), and the gift card tends to be for Tim Hortons or some other consumable good. I like this deal because the minimum is reasonable and you receive 20% of the value of your purchase back in credit for iTunes.

In addition, while iTunes is a digital world, you still get something you can keep instead of just to consume. If you buy an album or a movie from iTunes, then you can enjoy it the rest of your life instead of just drinking the credit away. I buy a ton of music on iTunes (in fact, I have bought five songs and an album this week), so this is my kind of promotion.

It is easy to spend $50 at Shopper Drug mart. Often they are the cheapest place to buy milk (according to my partner), and with their combination of basic food necessities, chocolate, vitamins, and personal care it is easy to spend $50.

On iTunes, there are always great albums and more to spend credit on. I was just looking yesterday, and found some good deals.

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Soundtrack – $6.99
  • Frozen Soundtrack – $6.99
  • Dark Side of The Moon (Pink Floyd) – $7.99
  • Ghost Stories (ColdPlay) – $7.99

Dark Side of the Moon is a legendary Pink Floyd album that I am about to purchase. I have listened to Ghost stories by Coldplay. It is a solid album, but just not my type. Both the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Frozen soundtrack are quite popular right now and at a great price.

(Expiry: 1st March 2015)

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February 11

iTunes Canada: $4 Off Ed Sheeran X Album Just $5.99

Posted by on February 11, 2015 at 5:30 PM

iTunes Canada: $4 Off Ed Sheeran X Album Just $5.99

iTunes Canada is selling the Ed Sheeran X Album for just $5.99 on iTunes right now. This is a promotional price and it will go back up to $9.99 most likely.

I have to admit, I had never heard of this artist before this deal came up. I am a huge music-lover, but my current tastes are more towards symphonic metal and bands like Tool, Volbeat, Apocalyptica, and the like. However, I found many of the songs on this album pretty nice. I rather liked his slower songs like One, I’m a Mess, and Nina. A friend of mine actually sent me the music video for Thinking Out Loud, which is super sappy with a side of honey. It is a very sweet and a lovely song to dance to. It also appears to be the most popular song on the album, according to iTunes.

The X album includes the following songs:

  1. One
  2. Mess
  3. Sing
  4. Don’t
  5. Nina
  6. Photo
  7. Bloodstream
  8. Tenerife
  9. Runaway
  10. The Man
  11. Thinking Out Loud
  12. Afire Love

Each song would cost you $1.29 to purchase separately, so you can get the iTunes album for the value of around four songs. I like to purchase songs separately if I only like a few songs on an album. However, it is not worth purchasing these songs individually when the entire album is only $5.99.

It is hard to price compare digital music when iTunes has such a monopoly on the industry. However, you will not find this album cheaper anywhere else (well, unless you pirate it). Personally, while I keep my books and movies in physical copies, most my music is now digital – purchased off iTunes with iTunes cards that I purchased on sale. I think my last iTunes card was 20% off. Thus, if I bought this album it would be like spending 20% less on it. iTunes Canada: $4 Off Ed Sheeran X Album Just $5.99

If you are a big fan of Ed Sheeran, please post a comment and make song suggestions! We would love to hear your opinion on the album, what songs are your favourite, as well as any other interesting information you know about the artist.

This offer is on for a limited time only and could end at any time.

(Expiry: unknown)

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January 4

Costco Canada: $100 iTunes Cards Multipack For Just $85 (LAST DAY!) (EXPIRED)

Posted by on January 4, 2015 at 5:15 PM

Costco Canada: $100 iTunes Cards Multipack For Just $85 (LAST DAY!) (EXPIRED)

Get the most bang for your buck with a $100 multipack of iTunes cards for just $84.99 at Costco instead of their usual price of $94.99. It comes with 4 cards with $25 pre-loaded on each. Quick, this offer expires at midnight tonight but I couldn’t pass up on telling you about because it’s pretty awesome!

Would it be too eager to purchase this multipack in anticipation of upcoming birthdays, events and perhaps even next Christmas? I’m somewhat kidding about the next Christmas part but any opportunity at saving money is one that I don’t typically miss out on, so it’s very tempting! Even though she can’t even walk yet, I recently bought my little one a play kitchen because it was on sale… but that’s a whole other story!

As I already mentioned above, this multipack includes 4 iTunes gift card with $25 on each, which is particularly ideal for giving as a gift.

In the past, we have occasionally blogged about discounts on iTunes multipack gift cards but these were almost always in-stores only and none of them were as high of a discount as this one. So the fact that you don’t even need to leave your house to take advantage of this deal is pretty great.

Needless to say, these gift cards may only be used with the Canadian version of iTunes, but rest assured that it can be used on either Mac or Windows systems.

Interestingly enough, there’s one review for these cards and it’s a 5/5 star one. I was a little perplexed as to why someone would leave a review on a set of iTunes gift card but it made sense once I read it:

I bought this for a gift and I received cards within a few days. Great value

This brings me to my next point: free shipping. Costco offers free shipping on nearly everything and you won’t have to worry about extra fees with purchase of these cards. Costco is very reliable in the shipping department as well, although the only delay you could expect to get is with regards to Canada Post given the icy storm that is currently hitting us canucks country-wide.

(Image Credit: Tim Broddin)

(Expiry: 4th January 2015)

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December 26

Paypal Canada: 10% Off iTunes Codes

Posted by on December 26, 2014 at 11:35 AM

Paypal Canada: 10% Off iTunes Codes

Paypal Canada is offering 10% off iTunes cards from their digital store for Boxing Week. Cards come in denominations of $25, $50, and $100.

Here is what you will actually pay for each card:

  • $25 for $22.50
  • $50 for $45
  • $100 for $90

You can buy for yourself or gift to a friend. This deal is unusual because iTunes cards and codes are not sold online in Canada. This is a luxury that the USA has experienced for a while now, but only very recently has iTunes opened up a few venues for online purchasing of iTunes credit. My husband often buys me iTunes cards when they go on sale and he always has to make a trip to the local pharmacy or electronics store to do so.

This deal is nice because you can save of your iTunes codes up front. This is one way to combine deals: purchase cards at a discount and then get music, movies, etc. when they are on sale. I purchase nearly all my music digitally and i have a few seasons of Sherlock and Avatar on my system as well. These costs add up, so saving a bit up front on an iTunes card is vital.

A similar promotion happened in the US just a bit ago, and it completely sold out. While this 10% off iTunes codes is valid for four days, there are also ‘limited quantities’ so it could sell out at any time. You will want to purchase this deal sooner rather than later. All codes are digital and can be redeemed in the iTunes store.

Are you looking for some great music? I highly recommend The Piano Guys. They became a sensation overnight with their Frozen rendition (mixed with Vivaldi). Even if you are only so-so on classical music, their classical take on your favourite movie themes might just warm your heart. I know their Batman movie theme is immensely popular.

If you are into symphonic metal, I have a whole pile of recommendations for you and I would love to hear some of your recommendations as well. Just drop me a comment below!

Unfortunately, Apple cancelled their usual 12 Days of Christmas giveaways, so if you are waiting on that – it is not happening this year.

Hey Moosers, what denomination of iTunes card are you going to purchase?

(Expiry: 30th December 2014)

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November 18

ITunes Store: Final Fantasy VI For IOS (iPhone, iPad Devices) | Was $16 Now $11

Posted by on November 18, 2014 at 1:00 PM

ITunes Store: Final Fantasy VI For IOS (iPhone, iPad Devices) | Was $16 Now $11

Hey there, fellow gamers! There’s a pretty sweet deal available on the iTunes Store for a limited time that will allow you to save 30% on a game that hasn’t been reduced in price before – it’s Final Fantasy VI for the iOS, which normally retails for $15.99. Now, you can purchase this wonderful game for only $10.99! Since you’ll be able to play this game on your Apple iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, you don’t have to worry about any shipping – just pay for the game, and you’ll be able to download it to your device soon afterwards!

Click here to check out this deal @ Itunes.apple.com now

Do you remember the classic Super Nintendo game Final Fantasy III? Well the real name of the game in Japan was Final Fantasy VI (6… Square loves using Roman numerals), mainly because we didn’t get Final Fantasy II, III, and V in North America at the time of this Super Nintendo game’s release (way back in 1994). Is it sad, or kind of cool that I could still remember when this game was first released? This was back in the days when my brother and I had a subscription to Nintendo Power (a classic video game magazine from Nintendo), so we knew about all the upcoming Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and Game Boy game releases at the time.

What makes this iOS version so interesting is the fact that it has updated visuals. Just take a look at how sleek the visuals look now, especially when you compare it to the original Super Nintendo version. The graphics have been completely overhauled, and while everything is still 2-D, it’s just how the game was meant to be played. Plus, there’s some extra bonuses and new monsters thrown into this version of the game, which should please many fans.

I can honestly say that when I was a younger Ivan, this was my favourite video game for many years. I just might download this game, just to experience the new updated graphics on my iPad. Plus, I loved the storyline of the game, and it had some memorable characters and great gameplay (I still remember the characters and storyline twists, and I first played this game back when I was 9 years old). I highly recommend this game, especially if you’re an RPG fan.

I’ve included a snippet of a review of this game from Arcade Sushi below:

No matter what form it’s in, Final Fantasy VI is one of the best games in the history of the medium, with its fast-paced battles, humongous world to explore, fascinating characters and bold, original story.

Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 12

Free OS & Android App – Injustice: Gods Among Us

Posted by on October 12, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Free OS & Android App   Injustice: Gods Among Us

This is a bit of a different post from our usual fair. Usually when we post app deals, they are something that costs money and are now free for a limited amount of time. Instead, I am posting about an app that should cost money, yet it is free for both Apple and Android devices. You following me?

Injustice: Gods Among Us is a title you may be familiar with from the consoles. It will cost you at least $20 to buy it for a console, yet the game in almost all its glory is free to play on both android and OS devices.

I also found this link for downloading Injustice onto your Kindle as well, should you have one of those.

Here is a quick rundown of the game. You collect superhero and super villain cards. Each character has a special ability that may benefit just them, or your entire team. A team consists of three super heroes or villains that fight together in a battle. They fight one at a time, and you tag them in and out, as you like. Each character has three super abilities and an energy bar fills them. You can upgrade these abilities for more damage. Characters can also be made elite by purchasing additional forms of their card – almost a form of layering.

You can also buy (or win/earn) gear cards to equip on your characters. That gear can also be upgraded using money and shards. Shards come from other gears you have shattered so choose your gear wisely. When a gear reaches level 11, it will evolve into a higher gear form with a new ability.

You can battle in an online system against other player’s armies or against the computer where you earn characters and far more experience and gold. Log out and back in each day to earn money, energy crystals, and characters. There are missions each day for online play and ranking well online earns you stuff each week.

This game is mind-blowingly awesome. The graphics are incredible, the superpowers are inventive (try Green Lantern’s level 3), and the addiction level is over the top. While the game has occasional glitches that need to be worked out, this game is so awesome it should not be free. The only reason this game gets any bad ratings from anyone is glitches that pissed people off or people feeling entitled to certain things from a game they are not even paying for. That being said, it still ranks a 4.4/5 on the Google Play Store.

This game is seriously better than any game I have paid for on my iPhone or my iPad. Do not waste your money on paid games… get this free.

P.S. Yes, there are in game purchases if you want. They are not necessary. We rank in the top 4% regularly without in game purchases.

P.P.S. I hate Doomsday.

(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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September 9

Canadian Freebie: Free U2 – Songs of Innocence Album @ iTunes

Posted by on September 9, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Canadian Freebie: Free U2   Songs of Innocence Album @ iTunes

You just got an entire album for free from the rock gods U2. Seriously. You just have to go find it. Today, U2 released their Songs of Innocence Album on iTunes and it is free to anyone who has iTunes or an iOS device (which probably means you have iTunes).

I say you already have the album because it has been secretly downloaded to your iTunes if you have opened your iTunes app today. If you have not, then do so. When you click through the link above it will take you to the album (make sure you click ‘view this in iTunes’) and it will say purchased. That is because it is already in your fingers.

How to find the free album you just received:

  1. Go to your music on your iPhone or in iTunes
  2. Search for “Songs of Innocence” or find U2 in the artists list.
  3. The album is sitting on Apple’s Cloud
  4. Click the little arrow on the cloud icon to download the album from the cloud

You now have your brand new U2 album for free complete with 11 amazing songs. Did I mention free?

This is a wicked deal in my books because I am a music lover! I enjoy hearing good music, no matter what genre it is in. Thus, I am looking forward to listening to this brand new album from U2. I am only familiar with some of their older stuff, thus I am curious how their sound has changed over the years. With or Without You is one of my favourite songs from them.

According to screen shots from Apple’s iPhone 6 press release earlier, it appears that this offer will be available till the 13th of October. I am not sure if that means you only have to sign in to your iTunes by then or if you need to download it from your Cloud as well. I would download it from the Cloud just to be sure.

(Expiry: 13th October 2014)

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August 7

iTunes Store: Order & Chaos Online Now Free (Was $6.99)

Posted by on August 7, 2014 at 12:00 AM

iTunes Store: Order & Chaos Online Now Free (Was $6.99)

There was just a price drop from $6.99 down to free on the popular MMORPG Order & Chaos Online.

I have no idea how long this deal is going to last, so if it dies before you get it: sorry. However, the price drop only happened around midnight so I assume that it will at least be a 24-hour deal. You should be good until Thursday night (we can hope).

So what is this game? It is a well loved and high rated MMORPG you can play on your iPhone or iPad. It features advanced character creation so you can design your own hero and enter into a huge fantasy world with people around the world. The game has:

  • 5 races: Elves, Humans, Orcs, Undead, and Mendels
  • Over 2,500 skills
  • Over 5,000 pieces of equipment to discover
  • Over 1,200 quests

You can create up to four different characters to play. Pretty much this game is so awesome it will rock your socks off. While the newest version has not had any reviews, across all versions there have been over 3,000 reviews. Here is what some of the players have said:

This game is worth 60$ let alone 6.99, keep the epic updates!

This one of the most awesomest games I ever played… It is awesome that u can play a real MORPG on a such small device… This game is the best…

By far the best RPG game I’ve ever played.

So many people love this game. Now, there is in game content that you can buy but you do not have to buy it to play the game. I have not played this game myself, but from the reviews it seems to be a pretty big hit. Even if this is not your typical game style, for free you really cannot go wrong. I think the graphics are also good and the addition of mounts really piques my interest.

The new version released on the 6th includes these sweet updates and more:

  • PvP mode where teamwork far outweighs individual strength.
  • Capture the opposing team’s flag and bring it back to your base to score.
  • Take on 2v2 or 4v4 challenges.
  • Join a league of legendary warriors and earn Honor Points based on your team performance.

Get in on all this gaming action for free!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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April 23

iTunes: iDisplay Universal App Now $1.99 (Was $9.99)

Posted by on April 23, 2014 at 9:00 PM

iTunes: iDisplay Universal App Now $1.99 (Was $9.99)

The app iDisplay allows you to turn your iPhone, iTouch, or iPad into an additional display for your Windows or Mac computer. The app just dropped from $9.99 down to $1.99 at iTunes.

Apple is being a royal pain and won’t let me deeplink to the preview so just search for iDisplay in iTunes. It is by SHAPE GmbH.

Why you need this app: Hello, external monitor on a touchscreen device? This is wicked! I would love to turn my iPad into an additional monitor for my laptop because it becomes an interactive wireless display and takes computing to a whole new level. This app lets you move objects, draw, and control playback of what is on your desktop. You can also zoom and pan your desktop on the iOS device, connect multiple devices to one computer (Mac), customize your display settings for each secondary display, and more.

There are a lot more features if you use this with a Mac computer, as to be expected. I am just thrilled it even has Windows compatibility. To use the app with your computer you will need to download the iDisplay Desktop version (free) from here.

This app is so cool I just had to blog about it when I saw it drop in price to something I was willing to pay. Depending on version, the app usually bounces around in price from $6 to $10 and lately it has been on the higher end of that. So $2 is a fantastic bargain for this application.

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