Amazon gives out a free app or game everyday, but sometimes it likes to go all out with enticing people towards its Google-free marketplace. Today the retailer is offering dozens of paid apps for free.
Amazon says the content here adds up to $140. The priciest inclusions are OfficeSuite Professional and a $30 English dictionary. Gamers may want to check out 80 Days, Back to Bed, Monsters Ate My Condo, Ski Safari: Adventure Time, and Sorcery! Read More
Sling TV launched recently with an interesting proposition. Pay $20 per month and get a handful of TV channels streaming to all your devices without a regular cable subscription. To sweeten the deal, Sling is teaming up with Amazon to offer a discount on FireTV devices, which can be used to watch Sling TV.
Let's be honest here - Amazon's Fire Phone was a complete flop. It makes a lot less sense than something like the Fire Tablets, which are at least somewhat useful outside of just being a front for Amazon's store (which is precisely what Fire Phone is). But the hardware is solid, and it's not a bad phone -- especially when you can get it for $199 off-contract and unlocked. Throw in a year of Amazon Prime, and you've basically got a really decent handset for a Benjamin. Read More
When the battery in your phone isn't good enough, there's a plethora of external batteries available to pick up the slack. The ReVIVE ReStore Q10x is a 10,000mAh unit that usually costs about $35, but it's on sale at just $19.99 for the next few days. It's available with Amazon Prime shipping too.
With the myriad of ways nefarious types are able to get their hands on passwords these days, often times whether your information gets stolen is completely out of your hands. Rather than changing their sign-in credentials every time another leak or hack happens, many folks trust their online security to password managers such as LastPass. Dashlane is an alternative that can also get the job done, and for the next week, you can snag a premium account free for six months over at sharewareonsale.com. Read More
If you must have your Android Wear fix, prefer circular smartwatches, and aren't particularly feeling the LG G Watch R, then the Moto 360 really is your only option. That's not to say it's bad one. I've happily strapped one to my wrist for months now.
The Moto 360 remains at its original price point, so the model with a leather strap goes for $249.99, and the metal strap bumps that up to $299.99. Read More
I'm sure it's been a long, hard week of drooling over the newly redesigned AP. I don't care what you say, all of you secretly like it. Why not reward yourself with some new apps and games, which you can obtain at a reduced price right below?
The Chromecast is not an expensive device, and it's even cheaper when you consider all the free stuff Google has given out to owners since it was released. In fact, the Chromecast has probably paid for itself and then some. Right now you can get a $6 Google Play credit if you have a Chromecast on your network, and you can do it multiple times if you have more than one. Read More
This deal isn't for everyone, but if it is for you, it's a really good one. The device in question is a carrier locked AT&T LG G3 in either of its color schemes and 32 GB of storage. No matter how you choose to buy it - without a contract, on-contract, or via the Next program - you'll get a $100 Amazon gift card after your purchase.
What's the catch? Well, there aren't too many, beyond the fact you basically need to use AT&T. Read More
Google apparently likes to offer some free tunes every now and then to get people using its music service. Such is the case today with Kaskade's "I Remember," which is an electronic/dance album consisting of 20 songs (including a bonus edit in this deal). You can have it for free, and it only takes, like, three mouse clicks.