Thursday , June 21 2018

Google Play ‘Deal of the Week’ updated with new offers

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Google Play’s Deal of the Week offers in Apps and Game have been updated, with two new offers dropped to just $0.20 each. You can save a few dollars here if you’re in the market, so check them out.

Apps
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Google has updated the App Deal of the Week with Facetune dropped to just $0.20 from its normal price of US$4.99. The app lets you ‘tune’ your selfies or portraits and retouch them to make them look ‘magazine’ quality, or allow you to add some flair. It’s a fun and easy to use interface and well worth your $0.20.

Facetune - Ad Free
Facetune - Ad Free
Developer: Lightricks Ltd.
Price: $5.99

Games
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For gamers this week, you should grab Prison Life RPG from NobStudio, which is now down to $0.20 from the usual US$2.00 price tag. Prison Life RPG sees you enter the prison system where you’re going to live the life of a convict, interacting with fellow prisoners, watching TV, learning skills, getting bullied and maybe escaping before your execution.

Prison Life RPG
Prison Life RPG
Developer: NobStudio
Price: $3.99
Source: Games Deal of the Week, and Apps Deal of the Week.

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Brought the Facetune app for $.99 while back, worth every cent

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