Well, it’s Friday once again, and here on DL, that means app sales. This week we have a fairly sizable list of discounts to be had, including some heavy-hitting apps like the icon packs from icon master kovdev, and Zombies, Run! In addition, Notif Pro is on sale (an app we enjoy), and the TSF Shell launcher. Yep, the one that we thought was crazily overpriced. (more…)
Thanks to Motorola’s holiday flash sales of the Moto X that dropped the phone temporarily to $349 off-contract, customers made it clear that they want a “new premium smartphone at a reasonable price without having to wait for a contract upgrade.” Motorola SVP Rick Osterloh announced this morning that their 2013 flagship is now $399 off-contract for good, on all carriers, and with MotoMaker customizations. That doesn’t include the premium Bamboo option, but the rest, fair game at $399. (more…)
Receive a new Android device for Christmas? Google wants to help kick-start your media collection with free songs and albums through Google Play Music, like Kanye West’s Yeezus. (more…)
After last week’s enormous sales in the Google Play store, with developers rushing to discount their apps for Christmas, this week’s deals are relatively modest. Nevertheless, if you were looking for a couple of great apps to grace your goodies from Santa, there are still great deals to be had. Notable discounts this time around include Call of Duty: Strike Team, the unique IndieGogo-backed Minuum Keyboard, and the Umbra icon pack from seasoned developer Ryan Kelly. (more…)
As if Motorola had not given you enough chances to buy a Moto X for $349 off-contract, they are surprising their “favorite customers” with yet another “exclusive offer” for the holidays. Arriving in inboxes today are $150-off coupon codes, similar to what we saw for Cyber Monday and through shows like the Today Show. (more…)
Not to be outdone by Google Play’s deep discounts, Amazon has announced their holiday sales for their own Appstore application, an alternate source for application purchases on Android known for its “free app of the day” sales. The deals include some premium paid apps such as Where’s My Perry? and Angry Birds Star Wars II for no cash on your end. Also, all users who download any app (appears to include downloads of free apps too) using the newest version of the Amazon Appstore on Android between the dates of December 24th and 28th will receive a $5 credit to use at any time on other applications and in-app purchases on the store. (more…)
Joining in on the huge amount of sales taking place on Google Play, Disney has discounted most of their popular games to just $0.49. Disney has worked with Google to pen what appears to be an exclusive deal, breaking free of the minimum paid app price of $0.99, and we sure aren’t complaining. You’ll find popular games like Temple Run: Oz, Where’s My Water?, and JellyCar 3, to name a few.
The apps on sale for this discounted price can be found below. (more…)