You definitely want more apps, but you don't want to spend unnecessarily large amounts of money. It's understandable, but you would have to track down a bunch of sales to make it happen. Well, I guess we could do that for you, but you owe us.



BIG Launcher – $5.00 from $10.00

SwiftKey Keyboard – $1.99 from $3.99

SwiftKey Tablet Keyboard – $1.99 from $3.99

Oceanhouse Media's Dr. Suess Collection – $2.99-3.99 from $3.99-4.99

Battery Widget Reborn – $1.29 from $1.99

Push to Kindle – $0.99 from $1.99

Hide Bottom Bar – $1.32 from $1.97


Thief Mind – Free from $0.99 (pro upgrade with promo code 'appoftheday')

Majesty: Northern Expansion – $1.30 from $2.99

That's all we have for the time being, but check back later in the day. We'll add anything else we come across.

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

He's the author of a sci-fi novel called The Crooked City, which is available on Amazon and Google Play. http://goo.gl/WQIXBM

  • sean

    Does anyone know how to find the link to app of the day?

    • Lumi
      • sean

        Yeah.. The USA is not supported. Ahh well.. Appgratis and amazon it is.

        • Lumi

          The USA is not supported? I thought it's US-only or something.. Oh well, unlike amazon AOTD where you have to register to get it, you can actually come here and wait for AP to tell you which apps are promo-code unlockable

    • KyleWay

      Do you mean the Amazon App Store AOTD?


    • James Ellis

      It's simple. Install the app from the link, open it and tap the basket icon on the upper left had side of the title screen. There is a field to type the promo code there - appoftheday

  • Simon Belmont

    Big fan of Battery Widget Reborn (I was using the beta for a while). 35% off is a good deal.

    It hardly ever goes on sale, that I've seen. I grabbed it.

  • merman1983

    Has anyone ever bought Swiftkey at full price. I mean, it's worth whatever they charge, but it's on sale more often then not it seems.

    • Matthew Fry

      The tablet version used to never be on sale (until I purchased it, of course).

      • Simon Belmont

        Ha. I purchased the tablet version the first time I noticed it on sale.

        For the very reason that you stated: it never used to go on sale.

    • Claudiu

      I bought it at full price more than a year ago, but except for English it's nothing spectacular.
      More than one year has passed and they still haven't added the option to remove diacritics and accented letters (planned since June 2012).
      What a joke!

  • Thomas’

    TIL that HC and ICS allowed to hide the menu bar without root access.

  • https://plus.google.com/108596272537415356460/posts Jason Farrell

    Been using the Battery Widget beta for almost a year now. It was SUPPOSED to eventually deactivate itself, but the deadline kept getting pushed. For $1.29 I bought it; now I don't have to worry about the free beta version being discontinued anymore.

    #1 thing I like about the app: Estimated battery time remaining and full charge time. Also like that battery usage graph doesn't get reset as soon as you replug, as it does with the stock battery info.