Google is currently hosting a big Premium Games sale over on Google Play, your one stop shop for all things related to Android apps, games, movies, books, and more. For a limited time, you can pick up a few top titles for 50% or more off of the original price, allowing you to get more fun, for less cash.
A few titles which should be no-brainers for most of you, that I also highly recommend, are Out There, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, The Room Two, Sprinkle Islands, and Contre Jour. Seriously, if you have not tried any of those, get on it.
Check out the full list of games on sale below. (more…)
Over the weekend, many of you took advantage of AT&T’s “certified like-new” Galaxy Note 3 sale, which had the device listed for $249 without a contract. That’s completely insane, in terms of deals. We initially thought that the price was wrong, but it held up all weekend and is still there, though the device in either black or white is unsurprisingly sold out. If you missed out, don’t worry, there is another deal going on that’s just as good for the Galaxy S4. (more…)
Here is your ultimate deal of the weekend. AT&T is currently selling a “certified like-new” Galaxy Note 3 for $249 without a contract. Yes, we’re talking Note 3, not Note 2. This is the same Note 3 that typically runs $299 on-contract or $699 full retail when brand new.
Pretty tough to pass on, especially if you are in the market for a almost-new phone.
I should point out that AT&T’s website does require you to add a wireless plan in order to purchase the phone. If you are already on AT&T, though, might be worth a look.
Cheers Thomas and Scott!
If you’ve just purchased an HTC One (M8) or Samsung Galaxy S5, it may be worth stocking up on MicroSD cards in case you ever run low on system storage space. Today’s Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day is on Kingston storage devices, some discounted more than 65% to prices you likely won’t see too often. (more…)
If you have been in the market for a home entertainment media server-type device, you may want to take a look at Samsung’s HomeSync, which has been on-sale for a few days at Best Buy for the ridiculously low price of $99. The device typically retails for $299.
HomeSync is being sold as a home cloud server/media center, with 1TB of storage, that can hold all of your family photos and videos, but also be used as a media hub. It can be used to play Android games on your big screen TV, to watch movies through Google Play or other services, or as a partitioned server for multiple accounts to use for storage. (more…)
Have you just picked up a new Samsung Galaxy S5, and are now looking to purchase a fitness band companion for it? You are in luck. Currently listed on eBay are Samsung Gear Fit bands for $184.99 ($15 off the regular price), with free shipping in the United States.
The seller is rated with 99.4% positive feedback, so you likely won’t be dealing with a knockoff or scam here. Returns are 14 days with money back, but the buyer has to pay return shipping. (more…)
Mediafire – one of the many online storage solutions looking to compete with options like Drive and Dropbox – announced today a new pricing structure along with its new desktop app, has dropped upload limits, and will push out a brand new native Android app over the next few weeks.
The new pricing structure will land you 1TB of data for $5 per month. As a promotional move to celebrate the launch of their brand new desktop app, Mediafire is giving new users a 50% off deal, so you could essentially grab that same 1TB of data for $2.50 per month. (more…)
The Samsung Galaxy Gear is a flawed product. Its limited compatibility, average battery life, and odd styling made its debut price of $349.99 very hard to justify. Now that Woot! has the Gear for 46 percent off at $159.99, though, I’d argue it’s a little more compelling. (more…)