Wednesday , December 12 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 07-08-13

It was apparently Global Geekery day yesteday, at least according to Google Play and they listed a couple of their favourite Geeky Apps in an App Focus called Tech Power Tools.

The Tech Power Tools they’ve listed you may or may not have seen before, but when Google thinks they’re worth a look, you may want to at least give them a look. They’ve listed six apps – Hacker’s Keyboard, Tasker, Battery Widget Reborn, NFC Task Launcher, Easy Uninstaller and Terminal IDE.

Out of the six apps, three are free to try and should warrant a look, the other three – Tasker, NFC Task Launcher and Battery Widget Reborn – are paid apps, but I actually own and highly recommend them as worth the outlay. The two I love the most is the combination of Tasker and NFC Task Launcher are particularly good for automating a heap of tasks.

Check them all out in the Tech Power Tools App Focus on Google Play.

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

A unique and engaging puzzle game with a simple premise and addictive gameplay. Slide and drop blocks to create full lines of blocks. Create combos of falling blocks and clear lines to fill up your bomb meter faster. Try Infinite, Zen, or Survival Mode that rewards quick thinking and nimble fingers.
$0.00 – was $1.99

App of the Day(Au)

LectureNotes (Special Version)
LectureNotes is an Android app for note-taking by handwriting on the screen, in particular with a stylus.
It is designed while having a user at university (or at school) in mind, for instance a lecturer who is using it for preparing her/his lecture or even for actual teaching (by writing on the device and projecting the screen content for the audience) or a student who is using it for taking handwritten notes during a lecture. However, it has found many users outside university, for instance businesspersons who use it for business notes and sales presentations or artists who use it to create sketches and drawings.
$0.00 – was $4.73


Cubezzle is a puzzle and brain training game, where you need to organize mixed puzzle pieces into a set of cubes.
The order is determined by the geometric shapes and colors of the cubes. The pieces slide horizontally and vertically, dragging along with each movement, the row of cube pieces.
$0.00 – was $0.99

Today’s Apps

Smart Data Switch Pro
Trial: Smart Data Switch Trial
Smart Data Switch (SDS) allows sophisticated switching data or wi-fi on/off based on few pretty nice triggers. If you are looking for only basic widget data on/off you do not need this app.
$1.37 – was $2.03

Orvis Fly Fishing
Trial: N/A
Introducing the Orvis Fly Fishing App, a complete guide with casting lessons, video and animated knot instructions, a guide to the top trout flies, and updated fishing condition reports for more than 200 of the best fishing locations in North America. With more than an hour of instructional video and dozens of pictures and animations, it is by far the most useful and information-packed fishing application available.
$4.18 – was $9.99

Bike Repair
Trial: N/A
Bike Repair has 64 highly detailed photo repair guides.
85 bicycle problems explained, including common aches and pains while on the bike (there are simple things to do to get rid of that knee pain).
$2.81 – was $3.99

Today’s Games

Trial: Yesterday
The first thriller by the indie studio that created the million-selling Runaway saga!
A psycho is killing beggars alive in New York. A Y-shaped scar forms in the hands of seemingly unrelated people. The press and the media just don’t care, so Henry White, a young NGO volunteer, will be the first to investigate the crimes with his friend Cooper. They are two of the three playable characters in Yesterday, the third being none other than the enigmatic John Yesterday, who is dragged into this twisted plot after his memory is completely wiped.
$1.47 – was $4.99

Letters from Nowhere (Full)
Trial: Letters from Nowhere
Love Letters from Nowhere? Don’t miss Letters from Nowhere 2 – now out on Google Play!
Mysterious letters and a sudden disappearance keep you on your toes in this Hidden Object journey that is filled with unexpected twists and turns.
When Audrey learns of her husband’s disappearance, she struggles to keep hope alive. She has all but given up when mysterious letters begin arriving at her doorstep.
$3.23 – was $4.99

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Hacker’s Keyboard looks damn nice. I love SwiftKey, but it truly sucks when ssh-ing in to a bash prompt. Having Esc and tab keys available on main keyboard layout will speed things up immensely.

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