Look, I'm not going to try and convince you that you need to spend money on any of these apps. If you want them, you'll press the button, You know you will. No use trying to avoid it. Do it.



Link Bubble Pro  – $2.49 from $4.99

Night Filter – Free from $1.99 (automatic upgrade to pro version)


Nightmares from Deep 2 – $0.99 from $4.99

Stargate SG-1: Unleashed Ep 1 – $1.99 from $4.90

Juggle! – $0.99 from $2.99

Star Command – $0.99 from $2.99

Spirit HD – $0.99 from $2.99

TileStorm HD – $0.99 from $1.99

Preschool Puzzles Games – Free from $1.99 (Amazon)

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://www.baronsofbullshit.com/ seriosbrad

    Its OK to skip a day with poor sales. You guys should switch to a "Today's noteworthy sales" format.

  • SVem26

    I bought Link bubble pro when it was launched.. Fuck me right?

    • Outrager

      I guess that depends on if you use it. If you've been using it then you weren't fucked?

    • aouniat

      If you think the developer didn't deserve the extra 2.5, then yes you're fu...

    • Krzysztof Jozwik

      I bought a Nexus 4 when it was released for $350 + shipping and tax, then they went and sold them for $250 before releasing the Nexus 5. Damn them.

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    • K

      App sales are nothing new...

    • leDerp

      Ill gladly do so. Right left and center.

    • Kevin Aaronson

      Yeah, and I remember Chris Lacy explicitly stating link bubble pro would not go on sale which was the only reason I paid the exorbant $5, here is the link to his post. Kind of a slap in the face and kick in the balls. https://plus.google.com/app/basic/stream/z13dizj4try4gxqjj04cddgjun2utz555y40k

      • Sac Bunt Chris

        He said "I don't have any plans to put it on sale." That's not a promise, that's a statement about his thoughts on the matter months ago. In any case, you got to use the app for 2 months while everyone who buys it on sale had to wait.

        • Kevin Aaronson

          True, could be solely my interpretation.

    • ltredbeard

      I don't understand why people always feel like they got screwed when something goes on sale. You thought the app was worth the price or you shouldn't have bought it and the sale should change how you valued the app two months ago.

      • Kevin Aaronson

        Developer said he had no plans to put it on sale in a huge post about the justification of his high price tag, which implies a certain first adopter loyalty. Believe me it is worth the 5 bucks and i use it religiously but the sale makes me feel like a bitch for giving the dude 5 instead of 2.50 when he said he wouldn't put it on sale.

        • ltredbeard

          You make a valid point about feeling misled. The developer shouldn't have made a statement like that, but this is far from the first time someone bitched about a little more than 2 bucks.

      • alex0000000001

        You might have read the rave reviews, tried it and thought "it's ok, but not flexible enough and a bit pricey for what it is", and I didn't know this before paying. And there are bugs in it. And now it's much cheaper!

        I mean, what are you saying, exactly - that those people (who feel like they should have waited, or not bought it) are having incorrect emotions, or that they're irrational?

        • ltredbeard

          The OP only complained about having paid $5. If they had legitimate problems with the app that would be a different situation entirely. I'm not trying to tell anyone how to feel, but if they don't value the app at its listed price then they should wait until it reaches the price they feel it is worth. If you felt like it was worth the $5 two months ago then you shouldn't be upset when its a bit cheaper now.

  • ProductFRED

    I'm really impressed by the character models.

  • Michael

    So I take it that Link Bubble Pro is a great buy at this price?

    • Kevin Aaronson

      Definitely. Brilliant app.

      • Michael

        I bought it, but was under the impression that it worked with Google Chrome.

        • Kevin Aaronson

          It'll open links from anything but an internet browser, as it essentially is a browser, but you can open a bubble manually from chrome by selecting share... Open with link bubble, within chrome overflow menu.

          • Michael

            Ah. Well I'll keep it anyways.

          • Dentou

            Try Javelin Browser it has a buble feature and you are able to dowload a file. WIth Link bubble you still need a browser to handle any downloads

          • http://www.vinsonimages.com yamaha83

            thanks for the app recommendation! Javelin is pretty awesome!! surprised it has not gotten any notice

  • Aman Yajurvedi

    Star Command doesnt seem to be on sale.

  • E Jom

    Link bubble is over rated

    • My name is….

      I'll drink to that