Tuesday , November 21 2017

Farming Simulator and Dropsync PRO are down to just 20c each in this weeks Google Play Deals of the Week


Whether it’s syncing those docs, photos or more to Dropbox, or building out your farm in Farming Simulator, the Google Play Deals of the Week are worth checking out now.


Google Play App Deal of the Week


Dropsync Pro Key

If you’re a productivity expert then chances are you’ll use cloud storage, chances are you’re a fan of Dropbox too. This weeks deal is for the Pro key for MetaCtrl’s Dropsync app which is a free app on Google Play.

What is Dropsync? The blurb for the app gives it to you straight: ‘Dropsync lets you automatically sync and share unlimited files and folders with Dropbox and with your other devices’. It basically mimics the Dropbox desktop app, but with mobile syncing new files to all devices including Android devices, as well as deleting files when deleted on one client – it’s all synced.

The pro key gives you a few extra features:

  • Sync multiple pairs of folders
  • Upload files larger than 10 MB
  • Smart change detection (fast sync!)
  • Sync your entire cloud account with a folder in your device
  • App settings can be protected with passcode
  • No ads displayed in the app
  • Email support by the app developer

It’s just 20c for a week, so head over to Google Play and grab it now.

Dropsync PRO Key
Dropsync PRO Key
Developer: MetaCtrl
Price: $4.99

 


 

Google Play Game Deal of the Week


Farming Simulator 16

If you’ve always wanted to grow your own food or raise some animals or crops, then Farming Simulator 16 should be right up your alley.

The game is all you need to ‘Plant, grow, harvest, and sell five different crops, raise cows and sheep, and sell timber at your own pace’. Sounds like fun? It also looks good with 3D graphics showing you your farm in realistic 3D detail. There’s all sorts of fun things to do like drive around in the massive farming machinery that you’ve always wanted to. The built-in AI will help you farm to get best results – if you need a bump.

There’s local multiplayer support using WiFi and Bluetooth – but the developer notes that this is not available on Android TV – yes, that’s right, you can play Farming Simulator 16 on your Android TV.

Fair warning, there are in-app purchases in Farming Simulator 16, with in-app goods worth between $1.29 – $3.99 per item.

If you played Farmville back in the day, then this may be right up your alley. Head over to Google Play and grab it now.

Farming Simulator 16
Farming Simulator 16
Developer: GIANTS Software
Price: $2.99+

 


 

Dan’s Deal of the Week

I love fitness, any chance to be active is for me and when I saw that Runtastic Mountain Bike Pro had been reduced to free I had to get in on it.

Runtastic has a stable of fitness tracking apps, from running, to biking and even just things like tracking Situps or Pushups if you want to concentrate on that aspect of your workout. Mountain Bike Pro offers you tracking of your rides, as well as suggesting routes for you. There’s social as well allowing you to track your friends and where they’re riding as well. Offline maps are perfect for going off the beaten path on your Mountain Bike.

It’s a great deal, and no mention of In-App Purchases either, so check it out now – you can’t beat free right?

Runtastic Mountain Bike PRO
Runtastic Mountain Bike PRO
Developer: Runtastic
Price: $4.99+

Daniel Tyson   Editor

Dan is a die-hard Android fan. Some might even call him a lunatic. He’s been an Android user since Android was a thing, and if there’s a phone that’s run Android, chances are he owns it (his Nexus collection is second-to-none) or has used it.

Dan’s dedication to Ausdroid is without question, and he has represented us at some of the biggest international events in our industry including Google I/O, Mobile World Congress, CES and IFA.

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