Monday , December 17 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 18-02-13

Starting off the week with the Google Play Book Deal of the Week, which this week is All Revved Up by Sylvia Day. Normally $3.29 the book is reduced to $1.99 for this week.

While you’re looking at books in Google Play, there’s also the Great Books from 99c sale, the Cocktail Basics book is a great buy at $0.99 for the budding bartenders amongst you or for those of you who’ve discovered Jack Reacher via the new Tom Cruise movie can discover his roots in the short story Second Son for $2.99.

Have a look at the sale, but even if you don’t actually purchase a book, at least load up the Google Play Books app, it’s actually quite a nice reader despite the shortcoming of not being able to load ePub, PDF or other common eBook files

Found a good deal on an app you’d like to share? Are you an Australian developer with an app you would like reviewed? Or have you found a most expensive app on the Play Store? Let me know! You can tweet me or email me.

Today’s Apps

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Collect, organize, and access your information anytime, anywhere with HanDBase! A full featured relational database manager, HanDBase gives you the power to create custom solutions that can replace the need for countless third party apps:
$4.83 – was $9.99

World Watch
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World Watch is an advanced world clock for an editable list of locations around the world. Includes sunrise, sunset, dawn and dusk times for the current or a given calendar date.
$2.91 – was $3.99

KVADGroup – Photo Studio PRO
Trial:KVADGroup – Photo Studio
Photo Studio for Android® is utilized by both amateur and professional photographers who seek simple, but powerful image processing on-the-go. Users can turn their devices into a fantastic photo editing studio.
$1.93 – was $2.99

Today’s Games

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Discover why hundreds of millions of players around the world have made the TETRIS game one of the biggest blockbusters in mobile gaming history
$1.06 – was $1.99

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Grudger puts his life on the line for the morally ambiguous strangers he calls his customers. He’s a lowlife free runner in a dangerous steampunk world and he always delivers the goods.
$1.45 – was $3.00

Spirit HD
Simple and fun to play. No shooting. No on-screen controls. Just slide your finger and Spirit will mimic your movements. Take control of Spirit in an intense retro inspired arcade experience. Features a fluid, easy to play yet hard to master control system.
$1.99 – was $2.99

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