Sunday , December 16 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 12-12-12

Most people this time of year are getting busy sending Christmas cards out to friends and Family, why not use the Touchnote Christmas edition app? The app allows you to pick a photo and make a card out of it and sends it out to the recipient for you. I used the Touchnote service when they were sending out free postcards and the turn around time was amazing.

Touchnote advises that delivery times to Australia are around 1-4 working days with cards costing from $0.99 when purchased in bulk through to $1.49. Addresses can be requested via Facebook if you so desire or you can address your own. The Christmas card component is not yet working for tablets as yet but they’re working on it according to the Google Play entry.

The app can be downloaded for devices running Android 2.2 and upwards, but at 17MB you may want to attach to Wi-Fi to download it. Check it out, it may save you some time this Christmas.

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Today’s Apps

IM+ Pro
Trial: IM+
Skype, MSN, Facebook Chat, AIM, Yahoo, ICQ, Google Talk, VKontakte & more.

IM+ Pro. One app, all your messaging.
$2.99 – was $4.99

Today’s Games

HEIST The Score
Trial: N/A
A simple bank job, yeah right. “Get in, get the combination, get to the vault and get out” so they said. When put like that it sounds easy. What actually happened is a whole different story …
$1.09 – was $2.99

Big Cup Cricket Premium
Trial: Big Cup Cricket Free
Fast and frantic arcade cricket action at your finger tips..
$0.99 – was $4.10

Big Hit Baseball Premium
Trial: Big Hit Baseball Free
Ad free, arcade baseball action at your finger tips!
$0.99 – was $4.00

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