Friday , October 20 2017

Daily App Sales Roundup – 16-12-13

Check out a game called Funky Smugglers, it’s a paid app worth $0.99 which I actually picked up from the Humble Bundle Sale.

You basically check passengers going through an X-Ray machine at an airport and confiscate their illegal possessions before they board the flight. You gain points for linking confiscations by using a long swipe and of course lose a life for confiscating something they’re allowed

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


Office Story
Try to turn a small garage start-up into a large company. Take strategic decisions, buy tables and table plants, hire and train people. Fulfill their wishes! Create mobile applications!

From the very beginning of the game you dive into the world of mobile development, where during the game you will get access to the analogues of modern mobile platforms. As in life, the market state is dynamic and constantly changing. New platforms come and old ones go. They just can’t withstand the competition.
$0.00 – was $1.99

App of the Day(Au)


Mahjong Deluxe HD
Mahjong Deluxe Free is a solitaire game based on the classic Chinese game where you are challenged to eliminate all the tiles from the board. It includes 8 lovely backgrounds and 56 different puzzle layouts. Relax and enjoy this beautiful game today!
Unlock: Hit the Promo button in the App and then enter ‘appoftheday’ to unlock the pro version.
$0.00 – was $1.10

Appgratis

Days–
Did you ever have an important date to remember? Have you ever felt adding an all-day event is too heavy for it, while you did want something you can easily check and never get lost? Days– is a beautiful countdown app using the popular card-based UI introduced by Google. It is designed to be an efficient as well as elegant tool for your Android device.

Note: App is normally Free


Today’s Apps

Zeus Mail Pro
Trial: Zeus Mail Email App
Welcome to Zeus Pro.

HD email for today’s devices,
Easy and automatic setup for popular email services like Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo and others.
$1.10 – was $4.99

SidePlayer Pro
Trial: SidePlayer
With this floating music player you can easily switch between songs. Just swipe or shake the music control in and turn on your favorite song. With another services you can activate meta informations or the quick control notification. You also can choose between themes or layout. And sooo much more. Just try it out.
$1.38 – was $1.75

Knock²+ V2 // Notifications
Trial: Knock² V2 // Notifications
Knock²+ V2 – oode: “..It is very similar to the ActiveNotifications™ you get on the Motrola X™ except you can have it on pretty much any device right now..”
You will never miss a notification again! Knock²+ presents stylishly the notifications on the lockscreen. Thanks to the innovative power-saving modes your battery charge is used to a minimum.
$1.59 – was $1.98

Holo Label Widget Pro
Trial: Holo Label Widget
With this Widget-App you can give your apps, widgets, bookmarks, … on the homescreen a label/headline. That will make your screen clear and you will find everything faster. The best is, this widget has the holo design (Jellybean design).
$1.03 – was $1.40

 

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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