Christmas is gone and you probably have gift money to spend. One good way to offload all of that cash would be on a micro SD card for your new phone, because you can never have enough storage. Amazon is currently hosting a daily deal on SanDisk cards that have been slashed by as much as 70%. Not all of them have, but a good number can be picked up for some of their cheapest prices ever.
The biggest steal of the lot is the 64GB micro SD Class 10/UHS-1 card for just $24.95 (regularly $64.99). Seriously, that is a steal. Your other options include a 128GB Class 10/UHS-1 card for $89.99 (regularly $129.99), 32GB for $12.95, and a 16GB for just $9.99. If you don’t need another micro SD card, regular SD cards have also been discounted.
Since launch of the DL Deals page, we have posted a few great deals that were very popular. To bring in the new year, we have assembled the most popular of the deals into a single post, allowing you another chance to jump on any of the deals you may have missed.
Included in this post is the NES30 Bluetooth controller for all of you gamers, Android development bundles, Active Wrap bluetooth headphones, the Limefuel 20,000mAh battery pack, and more.
Going into 2015, we will continue to post deals that we feel are appropriate for our readers.
Check out the most popular deals from 2014 below. (more…)
Just before Christmas, we pointed out that Groupon was selling the Nexus 7 (2013) with 16GB in brand new condition for $149. If you bought it then, I apologize, because you can now grab one for $15 cheaper, thanks to a coupon code.
Somehow, Groupon hasn’t sold out of their stash of Nexus 7s after having them available for weeks at that insanely low $149 price. If this new discount does what we think it will do, they will likely sell through the rest in a matter of hours. By using coupon code “SALE10,” you can slash 10% off your order, which brings it down to $135. Oh, free shipping is also included.
If you need a tablet, this is a deal still worth jumping on.
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Over the next four days, users looking for a more affordable option in the smartband/smartwatch market can check out the Striiv Fusion Smartwatch, available through the DL Deals Store for just $54.99. (more…)
Securing our data and personal information is key these days, given heightened security from our employers, as well as threats from outside sources. Not only do we want to keep our data safe, but we also want to be able to access it whenever we need to, from any device we may want to.
To help with this, for a limited time, we have lifetime unlimited memberships to IDrive for just $10 through the DL Deals Store. With IDrive, users receive “bullet-proof 256-bit AES encryption,” cross-platform compatibility (Android and iOS devices supported), as well as the ability to share files that you place up in the cloud. (more…)
Becoming the next great Android game developer takes more than just luck. If you want to make the next great mobile game, you need to have the skills to make it. The problem is, there aren’t many courses or guides or “BEGIN HERE” sets of instructions to get you going – you have to go out, find it all on your own, and hope you made the right decisions on courses. Thankfully, the current Android Game Developer Bundle we have on-sale in the DL Deals shop is here to help take the pain (and price) out of the entire process.
For just $49 (with a value well over $700), you can get into Android game development in a hurry. From an Android Lollipop Dev Course (118 lectures) to 2D Game Developing with Unity3D (20 lectures) to an All-Level Android App Development Course (32 lectures) to earning income with your games (49 lectures), you have a course put together to help anyone kickstart their development carrier.
Overall, you have seven courses in the bundle, though you only have three days left to get them all at $49.
At this point, we are well past being able to say, “Here is a great last minute X-mas present idea!,” so now we are simply sharing good deals that you might want to consider. For, the next six hours (at least as I type this out), you need to decide if you need the Nexus 7 (2013) in your life. If you decide that you do, well, then $149.99 is all it will cost you for the 16GB model through Groupon.
This tablet may be over a year old now, but you won’t have any trouble finding lovers of Google’s last 7-inch tablet. Originally priced at $229, this tablet was a steal from day one. At $149 for a brand new one, this is just pure robbery.
Noodlecake Studios is a mobile games developer that, it so happens, has a very respectable Play Store presence. The company does well enough for itself, but in the spirit of giving, it has partnered with the folks at Humble Bundle to offer a rotating selection of its many titles at a steep discount. (more…)