Saturday , October 21 2017

Google updates Play Store ‘Deal of the Week’ offering a new app and a new game for just $0.20 each

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Google’s Deal of the Week promotion in Google Play has seen its second update after it introduced the deal in late July. There’s two more deals, an app and a game up for grabs, so let’s dive in.

Townsmen Premium a city building sim from Handy Games and djay 2 ‘The #1 DJ app for Android’ from Algoriddim, both dropped to just $0.20 each. Townsmen Premium normally lists at US$3.46, while djay 2 normally sits at US$6.88, making both apps a great deal.

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djay 2 is a fantastic looking app for professional or beginner DJ’s offering the ability to mix tracks stored locally, or through Spotify, essentially turning your Android device into a full–featured DJ system. djay 2 lets you mix on the fly at a gig, or pre-record mixes for playback at a later time.

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The game this week is a city building simulator called Townsmen Premium. The premise is simple, as Handy Games say: ‘From humble backwater to medieval metropolis – build the city of YOUR dreams!’

Last week, Google promoted WeatherPro as their App Deal of the Week, which while a great deal, did include In App Purchases (IAP). This week, Google has added a game with IAP, with Townsmen Premium, though ad-free and starting at a higher level than the free version, does feature options to purchase In-app Products from between $2.45 and a whopping $94.56 per item, so be careful.

Google’s Deal of the Week promotion may be a fleeting thing, or more permanent, but while it lasts we’re going to take advantage. Head over to Google Play’s App Deal of the week and Game Deal of the Week to grab a bargain.

 
Source: Google Play - Apps Deal of the Week, and Google Play - Games Deal of the Week.

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Gray Fox
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Shame they are not offering free music as often

Laura
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Tony Soprano

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Gray Fox
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