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.
Back on Monday it was announced that Amazon was set to host a massive app giveaway through its store starting on the 24th of December, aka Christmas Eve. Well, if you had not noticed, it is now Christmas Eve, and Amazon’s sale is now live for everyone.
Earlier this week, we did not know which apps Amazon would offer up for the sale, but now, we can see the list is quite good. For starters, we have SEGA’s Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Plex, Five Nights at Freddy’s, Root Explorer, djay 2, and many many more. (more…)
Amazon announced its largest giveaway bundle ever this morning, which will go live on December 24 and run through December 26. For a limited time, $220 worth of apps and games will be free to download through the Amazon Appstore, including games from makers such as Rovio (Angry Birds), Halfbrick (Fruit Ninja), and SEGA (Sonic the Hedgehog). (more…)
This morning, Amazon made shopping with Amazon Prime even speedier. With a new service called Prime Now, which is free to Amazon Prime members, customers can order from “tens of thousands of daily essentials” using a new Prime Now mobile app and receive them in an hour or less. From paper towels to cereal to laundry detergent to Beats headphones, all can be to your door within an hour. (more…)
Amazon announced this afternoon that HBO Go is now available through Fire TV. Along with HBO’s entire catalog of shows, Amazon and HBO have also included voice search throughout the app, so a simple press of the Fire TV’s voice button will allow you to find Game of Thrones or The Wire without typing a thing. Of course, HBO Go requires an HBO subscription through “participating affiliates.” (more…)
Back in September, Amazon updated its main application on Google Play to include the option for everyone to install not only Amazon Instant Video, but other apps from their store as well. The app was alive and well for some time, but according to Amazon, Google made a change to its Google Play policies shortly after, putting their app in violation. To comply with Google’s new policies, they have since released a new app called Amazon Shopping that no longer includes direct access to Amazon’s Appstore, and instead tells users that they need to open Amazon’s site on their browser to install their store’s apps, including Instant Video. (more…)
The Nexus 9 in all sizes and colors (sans Sand because it still doesn’t exist) is $50 off right now at Amazon. That translates to $349 and $429 for the 16GB and 32GB models, respectively, which is a solid price on a tablet that both Tim and I really enjoy. In fact, in our Nexus 9 review, Tim called it a “superb tablet,” something that can’t be said about most Android tablets.
As a recap, the Nexus 9 runs Android 5.0 “Lollipop” and sports a NVIDIA Tegra K1 64-bit processor, 2GB RAM, 8.9-inch 4:3 display (2048×1536), 8MP rear camera, and a 6,700mAh battery. It’s made of soft touch plastic that will remind you of the Nexus 5, but then classes it up with a metal banding around the outside of its body. Again, this (or the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet) is the Android tablet to have.
Tough to tell how long this deal will last, but you may want to jump on it before long. Oh, and the device qualifies for Prime shipping.