If Nova Launcher is a treasure chest inside of an old cave, Nova Launcher Prime is the key that opens it. For who knows how long, Nova Launcher Prime is on sale for just $0.99, down from its usual price of $4.99.
With the Prime key, users unlock many of the special features that Nova Launcher offers, such as gestures, unread counts, the ability to hide apps, and additional scrolling effects. (more…)
If you missed out on the end-of-the-week sale that B&H Photo held last Friday for the 16GB Nexus 5X, we have another equally-as-good deal today. Over at eBay, you can grab a 32GB Nexus 5X for just $269.99, which is a $130 discount off Google’s full retail price. How can you beat that?
As we always mention with the 5X, this affordable 2015 Nexus was already a good value at Google’s pricing, so when you see big discounts like this, it’s tough not to want to jump at it. For one, it’s a Nexus, which means the quickest of all Android updates and access to Android Betas for things like Android N. This Nexus also has a great camera, a smallish body for those who like smallish phones, connectivity on all of the major US carriers, and is only getting better with each update.
What’s not to like?
While we’re out here getting all excited about Flamingo, the shiny new Twitter toy on Android, we shouldn’t forget about Fenix and its revived self. Still one of the best Twitter apps available, Fenix has never been cheap. Today, though, you can pick-up one of our favorites for just $2.99, a steep discount from its usual $5.49 price tag.
Why do we love Fenix? It’s powerful, has a great UI, gets regular updates, supports multiple accounts and gestures everywhere, has TweetMarker and Readability support, includes timeline and mentions widgets, and is on Twitter’s list of apps that should be able to add new subscribers forever, unlike others who have run into token problems in the past. (more…)
Like with the Chromecast and Cast-ready devices, Google has created a dedicated page to showcase the promotions available to those willing to use Android Pay. On this particular website, you’ll find latest offers that can land you discounts on products and services.
As of today, Google is currently featuring offers through DoorDash ($5 off orders), Yelp Eat 24 ($5 off orders), Instacart ($10 off orders), Uber ($10 off next rides), 1-800-Contacts ($20 off first order), and 1-800-Flowers ($20 off order). The only requirement, as you probably guessed, is that you pay with Android Pay in these apps. (more…)
At $229 ($120 off!), the Nexus 5X is without a doubt today’s deal of the day. As far as I can tell, this is the lowest price we have seen to date on Google’s affordable 2015 phone.
The deal is currently running through B&H Photo’s DealZone, but keep in mind that this is a 1-day-only event. In fact, as of the time of this post, there are only 13 hours left to secure your Nexus 5X before the price drop disappears.
This Nexus 5X comes in either mint (a really light green) or white and with 16GB of storage. (more…)
Ready for the deal of the day (or maybe month)? Verizon is currently allowing use of a coupon code that will land you $300 off any phone that is priced over $400. Is there a catch? Eh, not really, but there is one requirement – you have to sign-up for a device payment plan. (more…)
When it comes to the best reviewed and often most popular Bluetooth speakers on the planet, Ultimate Ears (UE) and its line of Boom and Megaboom speakers typically tops most lists. The combination of great sound, design, and value makes these speakers tough to beat. So when we see deals on them, well, we point them out immediately.
Right now, if you don’t mind a “manufacturer refurbished” product or two, the UE Megaboom can be yours over at eBay for just $159.99. (more…)
Amazon Echo is a good product and all, thanks to the constant stream of new features to Alexa, but the problem with Echo has always been the fact that it needs to be anchored to a power source. That’s why Amazon created the Amazon Tap, which is basically the Bluetooth version of Echo that can be taken with you for tunes and access to Alexa.
For those looking for access to Alexa, but would rather have it in a portable format, we thought you should know that the Amazon Tap has been discounted by $20 at the moment. That discount brings the price to a really reasonable $109 with Prime shipping. (more…)