Wednesday , December 19 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 18-07-13

Today is all about Google Play Music. I’m not a huge music fan, but it’s a pretty good deal. At $9.99 per month you get access to all the music that Google Play Music has to offer with the added bonus that you can upload songs to the music locker that aren’t available in Google Play Music. It’s a no brainer as far as most people are concerned.

The Google Play Music All Access is at bare minimum worth a 30 day trial. Head over to the Google Play Music page and sign up for the trial and if you like it then it only costs $9.99 until the 31st of August, if you sign up afterwards it’ll cost $11.99 a month.

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.

Free Apps of the Day

Amazon App Store Free App Of The Day

Hidden Objects Magical Places
A magical, fun and relaxing game of classic Hidden Objects! Play through over 16 bright, gorgeous and detailed levels, each with their own unique style – no levels ever repeat! Plenty of hints, adjusted according to difficulty, if you’re struggling finding an object on the list.
$0.00 – was $0.99

App of the Day(Au)

App of the Day AU, seems to have forgotten to update their app today, but it appears that yesterdays app :n’4get Reminder, is still available.

n’4get Reminder can add own reminders to the Android task bar. Notify instantly, on a date or repeatedly. Customize reminders with icons, sound, vibration and much more. Use also as a handy to-do list or task planner.

Unlock :Open the app, select the Green Dollar Icon and press ‘Promo Code’ then insert the code ‘appoftheday’ to remove all ads.
$0.00 – was $1.79


Great Artists Jigsaw Puzzle
Visit the world-famous museums and galleries on your device! Jigsaw Puzzles: The Greatest Artists grants you an opportunity to see and interact with the greatest works of Art presented in Museum of Fine Arts, the Louvre Museum, Musee d’Orsay, the Tretyakov Gallery and Hermitage. Get acquainted with the famous artists and learn more about their works. The game perfectly suits both for kids and adults, and it helps to train your attention, memory, accuracy and logic skills.
$0.00 – was $2.00

Today’s Apps

Xpert-Timer Time Tracking
Trial: Xpert-Timer Time Tracker Trial
Xpert-Timer is the perfect tool for tracking your working hours on projects, task and To-Dos.
$6.50 – was $14.00

DeblurIt Pro – fix photo blur!
Trial: DeblurIt Free
DeblurIt is a professional way to sharpen blurry photos. It provides unrivaled clarity and successfully removes motion blur, out-of-focus blur, gaussian blur from your images. Fix photo blur and sharpen non-blurred images with DeblurIt!
$1.62 – was $2.99

Today’s Games

Tales of Illyria (RPG)
Trial: N/A
Tales of Illyria is a party based RPG hybrid mixing Oregon Trail and Choose Your Own Adventure game mechanics. Each party member has a distinct personality, reacting differently to being sick, running out of supplies or decisions that go against their alignment. Combat is tactical but extremely fast both in real time, and turn based – Issue orders to your party or let the AI do the work.
$2.16 – Introductory Sale – Usual Price $4.95

Flick Golf!
Trial: Flick Golf! Free
No clubs. No rules. Just flick, spin and curve your shots to try and sink that perfect hole in one. Watch out for the usual hazards: bunkers, trees, sand… and of course the wind!
We’ve added our trademark spin control, created the most beautiful hole-in-one courses around and what you have is the most addictive Golf game ever!
It’s not that easy, just madly addictive.
$1.14 – was $1.99

GlowPuzzle Ads Free

Trial: GlowPuzzle
GlowPuzzle is an extremely addicting game! The goal is to connect all the dots in the puzzle using a continuous path but you are not allowed to reuse any completed path. There are more than 2000 brain teasing levels available to keep you challenged in this game.
$1.08 – was $1.99

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