Tuesday , December 11 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 24-02-13

Some bad news, the EA Daily Deals Widget has been discontinued. According to this blog post over at the EA Help site :

On February 22, 2013, EA discontinued updates to, and retired, the EA Daily Deals Widget on Google Play. However, EA offers a variety of other fun and free mobile and social games for you to try. Check out the Google Play Store.

Thanks to Neerav for putting me onto Tape-a-talk in response to yesterdays query regarding voice recording apps. There is a free version Tape-a-Talk Voice Recorder or a Pro Version Tape-a-Talk Pro Voice Recorder. I’ve only just installed the free version so I’ll be able to see if I’ll be purchasing the full version, but first at glance it appears promising.

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

ABBYY TextGrabber + Translator
Trial: N/A
ABBYY TextGrabber + Translator turns your smartphone into a multifunctional mobile scanner with full-text translation capability!
An Internet connection is not required for OCR!
$0.99 – was $4.99

Call Notes Pro
Trial: Call Notes
If you would like to make notes to contacts, so that in future they are shown on the display during an incoming or outgoing call, the Call Notes is what you need.
$2.70 – was $3.99

SketchBook Mobile
Trial: N/A
Autodesk SketchBook Mobile is a professional-grade paint and drawing application designed for android devices with screen sizes of 7″ and under. SketchBook® Mobile offers a full set of sketching tools and delivers them through a streamlined and intuitive user interface.
$0.99 – was $1.99

SketchBook Pro for Tablets
Trial: N/A
Find out for yourself what has made SketchBook Pro the industry standard for digital sketching!
$2.90 – was $4.99

Today’s Games

The Lords of Midnight
Trial: N/A
Mike Singleton’s ’84 classic Adventure Strategy game, brought to and updated for Android.
“The Lords of Midnight is not simply an adventure game nor simply a war game. It was really a new type that became known as an epic game, for as you play the Lords of Midnight you will be writing a new chapter in the history of the peoples of the Free.
You will guide individual characters across the land of Midnight on vital quests but you will also command armies that must endeavour to hold back the foul hordes of Doomdark, the witch king. Yours will be no inevitable victory.” – Mike Singleton 1984
$2.25 – was $4.82

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