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It's been a busy 24 hours since Android 4.4 KitKat and the Nexus 5 were announced. You probably stayed up all night reading the news and furiously refreshing the UPS tracking page to see if your phone shipped yet. Well, relax. You have to come down from that KitKat high sometime, and what better way than with some nice, inexpensive apps and games?

friday


Apps

ROM Toolbox Pro – $2.99 from $4.99

Type and Talk – Free from $0.99 (Amazon app of the day)

Games

Ravensword: Shadowlands – $0.99 from $6.99

Gangstar Vegas – $2.99 from $6.99

Bag It! – $0.99 from $1.99

Siegecraft Defender – $0.99 from $2.99

Monkey Boxing – $0.99 from $2.99

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.

  • Jesse Cohen

    I already have Titanium Backup Pro, ES File Explorer, Franco Kernel Updater, and Busybox Pro... do I need Rom Toolbox?

    • kekkojoker90

      noi but rom toolbox is a great app but lately his dev has changed into a team and now the update is less regular and too slow without new good feature (before if you ask to dev he add the feature you want, i personally asked for profile in cpu setting and after a week i have in the app but lately is a mess). I asked for support to rar with password before of the change and i never see a reply.

    • Spittie

      Probably you don't. It's a really nice tool anyway, with a lot of features in a single app.
      You can give a try to Rom Toolbox lite (which has pretty much every features of the pro version), and then decide if it's worth getting the pro version.

      Personally, after using the lite version occasionally (but periodically) for a while, I've decided to get the pro version just to support the developer, even If i don't really need any of the pro features.

  • http://www.williamint.com William Aleman

    On what I should use the $5 I won last night from eating a kitkat.

    • Nomaan

      Give it to me :)

  • DaveTexan

    Ravensword: Shadowlands is also 0.99 on Amazon.com. If you have some of the Amazon coins from the free Amazon download promotions this week(0.20 per download), you can use them to get this game paid by Amazon... I like that this particular game is not Kindle edition on Amazon Appstore so I can run it on almost all of my Android Devices. (only exception is Samsung Behold II on Android 1.6)