Thursday , October 19 2017

Daily App Sales Roundup – 03-08-13

If you’re a fan of Temple Run 2, then the team behind the game Imangi Studios has a surprise for you, you can now play as the fastest man on earth…over 100 metres – Usain Bolt – via a AUD $1.07 in-app purchase.

The in-app purchase, which is available for a strictly limited time gives you not only the Usain Bolt character to play as in the game but a ‘Bolt’ ability as well which gives you invincibility as well as turning onauto-guidance and makes the character a coin magnet.

The game itself is free to download – it’s ad supported – for devices running Android 2.1 and above.

Temple Run 2
Temple Run 2
Developer: Imangi Studios
Price: Free+

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Free Apps of the Day

Amazon App Store Free App Of The Day


NodeBeat
Find your groove. This intuitive and fun visual music app lets you create music using a node-based audio sequencer. Budding musicians of all ages will be generating impressive rhythmic sequences and ambient melodies with ease. Share your sounds and your own style.
$0.00 – was $1.95

App of the Day(Au)


Wiki Pro
Wiki Encyclopedia Pro: fast access to Wikipedia for your Android phone, without the ads, phone and Tablet modes. Now: Offline-ready!
$0.00 – was $1.48

Appgratis

n’4get Reminder
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: Use the code ‘appgratis’
$0.00 – was $1.29


Today’s Apps

Squeeze Control
Trial: N/A
Remote control for the Squeezebox system. Control your SqueezeBox players from your Android device.
This app controls Squeezebox players connected to a Logitech Media Server (Squeezebox Server) or MySqueezebox.com (including the server in the SqueezeBox Touch). Replicates almost every function of a Squeezebox Controller with an interface optimize for a touch screen.
$5.05 – was $6.00

FanFiction Pro
Trial: FanFiction
Do you enjoy reading fan fiction?
Then this app is for you.
Read millions of free stories available on fanfiction.net from your android device, using a sleek , fast and easy to use app.
FanFiction is frequently updated with new features, and we’re taking requests too
$1.99 – was $2.61

Air Call-Accept
Trial: Air Call-Accept (free)
With this app, you can effortlessly answer or reject your phone calls without even touching it!
Using the proximity sensor on your phone, it detects when you wave your hand over the screen or when you place the phone to your ear.
$2.13 – was $2.99

Today’s Games

Hundreds
Trial: N/A
The goal of Hundreds: Grow at least 100 points between the circles in each puzzle. Circles turn red and volatile while being grown and if they collide, it’s game over. It’s that easy.
$3.30 – was $4.99

No Gravity
Trial: N/A
Are you brave enough to play No Gravity? You’ll need steady nerves and a strong heart to fly around dangerous obstacles, face hostile environments and use deadly weapons to accomplish your missions and protect your people. Hurry, download this Android devices version of the PSP favorite,
before it’s too late.
$2.15 – was $3.50

 
Source: TheVerge.

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