Friday , December 14 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 11-04-13

Want another Social Network? Cinemagram has just hit the Google Play store for Android devices. Cinemagram is basically like Instagram, except instead of uploading heavily destroyedfiltered photos you upload pics that have an animated component.

Pretty simple, essentially you record a few seconds of live video and then select which area you recorded that will be moving in the shot. But with Cinemagram you can add similar crappyawesome filters to your cinemagraphs as well as the looping animated gifs.

Cinemagram allows you to sign up using Facebook, Twitter or just an email address but it also tries to find your friends for you from your Facebook and Twitter accounts. You can then choose to share them on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr etc.

Cinemagram is free but requires Android 4.0 and above, it’s 18MB to download. Check it out now in Google Play.

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Today’s Apps

Call Notes Pro
Trial: Call Notes
f 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.
$0.99 – was $3.99

Clean Widgets
Trial: N/A
Clean Widgets is a collection of home screen widgets for Android phones and tablets. It contains two clocks, two battery meters, and toggles for 8 different settings (Airplane mode, auto-sync, auto-rotate, Bluetooth, brightness, flashlight, vibrate mode, and WiFi). All of the widgets have customizable colors and backgrounds, and many have other options that can be changed.
$0.99 – was $1.99

Today’s Games

Fort Boyard
Trial: N/A
Fancy getting your hands on plenty of Boyards? Then take the challenge! Choose a team of six people and launch your offensive on the Fort in an adventure combining intelligence, strength and agility. Relive the highlights of the TV series with 24 challenges specifically adapted for touchscreen devices, including Cylinders, Power Pedal, Spiders, Sticks and much more
$1.24 – was $3.47

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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