Apps Store has recently introduced a series of upgrades, new applications and free apps. Shoppers generally, and tech bargain hunters especially, should not miss the current offers as some of the offers may end rapidly. Some of the free apps are older but still worth trying out.
Six apps that were previously charged can now be downloaded for free. IPhone users can get free of charge Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage and Nightcap. The former used to cost $0.99 and is based on flash game, introducing users to an epic escapade. The latter was priced the same previously and is the initial long exposure cam for Apple’s phone.
IOs users can get for free no less than four apps, respectively: Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage Universal, Sago Mini Monsters, Cribbage Premium and Vault Password Manager. While Sago Mini Monsters lets subscribers design their own beast, Cribbage Premium is an interactive app allowing online gaming and Vault Password Manager is an intelligent password system. Their prices ranged from $1.99 to $2.99 before the offer.
In terms of novelties, apps fans will find two new features, Stuffit Expander 16 and Sparkle – Advanced Cross-Synthesis. Both are designed for iOS, the former being available for free while the latter costs ; $6.99. Stuffit Expander 16 is designed to deal with zip folders, StuffIt files tar, gzip and bzip archives. The app can pretty much unzip any type of archive. Sparkle is a device for cutting edge spectral hybridizations composed of few algorithms that work on recurrence area.
Two other apps have been updated: Screeny – Delete Screenshots Easily and Kingdom Rush Origins HD. The first, an application that helps you spare space devoured by screenshots has now a full screen preview, filter options, improved layouts as well as a more bug-free overall performance.
Kingdom Rush Origins HD designed for iPad and priced at $2.9 allows users to fight with Hee-haw the insidious Gnoll warrior. Rendition 1.2 brings a new endless Challenge, a new hero- the legendary Phoenix and some minor bug repairs.
Also if in Japan, users should remember that on Jan. 2, 8 a.m local time, Apple will preserve the Japanese tradition of the ‘lucky bag’ or fukubukuro. With the occasion retail stores will offer shoppers sacks loaded with undisclosed items sold at overwhelming rebates. Last year customers in Japan paid as little as $345 to get one of four varieties of the Apple Lucky Bag hiding inside an iPod nano, iPad Air or a MacBook Air.
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