Looking for the latest app sales and deals for the iPhone, iPad and Mac? Here’s our roundup today for the most recent freebies and price drops that are worth checking out. As always, they’re only good for a very limited time.
Just in the time for the weekend, we present you with 10 apps that have dropped in price to $0.99 and are worthy of an app spot on your crowded springboard. The list includes one of the best TD games on iOS - Kingdom Rush HD (TMA Review), an overlooked but remarkable RTS in Z The Game (TMA Review) and everyone’s favorite line drawing game, Flight Control HD.
And if you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out our Deals ‘O the Day post from yesterday. Plenty of apps there are still showing as Free on the App Store. Full $0.99 sale roundup after the break.
If you’re a bit of a bookworm, you definitely need to take advantage of this amazing deal from Kobo Books. By using the coupon code “welcome90us” (simply switch out the ‘us’ depending on your location, like ‘ca’, ‘au’, uk’) on check out, you’ll get 90% off the website price. So the Hunger Games Trilogy for instance, selling for $26.98, will be reduced to $2.70 before taxes! The caveat is that it’ll only work once per account AND on non-agency books. While there’s no section specifically for non-agency books on the kobo website, they can typically be spotted by ebooks prices that end in something other than ‘.99′ (i.e $26.98 or $9.87) or if the ebook shows 2 prices (i.e ‘List Price’ and ‘Our ‘Price’). Other coupon codes that currently work include:
Thinking of visiting London this summer for the Olympics? Or New York City for a business trip in the coming weeks? Well as it so happens, Fodor’s 6 city-based Travel Guides for the iPhone and iPad (a universal app) have dropped from $5.99 to free. All city guides offer expert reviews of restaurants, shops, hotels and hotspots to visit, exclusive Fodor’s Choice picks and even downloadable offline and interactive maps to help avoid those roaming charges. The ability to bookmark favorites and take ‘field’ notes for every recommendation is also available for its users. The freebie offer isn’t likely to last long, so be sure to grab the apps below before they go back up in price.