App Deals: iPhone, iPad, Android, WP7

Rovio releases Amazing Alex, Spectral Souls debuts on iOS, Tiny Wings HD now available on iPad, Swords and Soldiers for 99c on Android, Plasmium for just 99c on Windows Phone, plus more in today's app deals roundup. These offers could expire at any time, so be quick!

Note: Productivity and lifestyle apps are listed first. Games are stacked towards the bottom of each list.


myExpenses for $1.99 (normally $5.49) • Spacecraft 3D by NASA for free (iOS debut) • Diptic for free (normally $0.99 — iTunes App Store App of the Week) • Hype Machine for $0.99 (normally $2.99) • Spectral Souls iOS debut (free to download, $11.49 introductory price for full game unlock) • Amazing Alex by Rovio for $0.99 (iOS debut) • Tiny Wings for $0.99 (free update to Tiny Wings 2.0) • Major Mayhem for free (normally $0.99) • FMX Riders for free (normally $2.99) • DreamWorks Dragons: TapDragonDrop for free (normally $1.99) • Icarus-X for free (normally $2.99) • ▻CHESS for $1.99 (normally $5.49) • Toki Tori for $0.99 (normally $2.99)

iPad Only

StompBox for $10.49 (normally $20.99) • Amazing Alex HD by Rovio for $2.99 (iPad debut) • Tiny Wings HD for $2.99 (iPad debut)


Google Play’s End of Tax Year Sale — get books for $2.99 or less!Smart Volume Profile Manager for free (normally $1.99) • Complete Linux Donate Key for $1.52 (normally $3.23) • Amazing Alex by Rovio for free/$0.99/$2.92 (Android debut) • Swords and Soldiers for $0.99 (normally $2.99) • WordTwist Pro for $0.99 (normally $2.69) • Pachee Gold for $1.19 (normally $13.12) • Doodle Hunt for $0.99 (normally $1.60)

Windows Phone

Calc Pro for $8.49 (normally $10.49) • Plasmium for $0.99 (normally $2.49) • FallingBirds for $0.99 (normally $1.99) • Power Piano for $0.99 (normally $2.49) • Badass Basket for $0.99 (normally $2.49)

App Deals is a daily roundup of notable new, updated and discounted apps. Know of any other awesome deals? Are you a developer and want your app listed here? Leave a comment or get in touch with Elly using the contact form on the right.


    Is anyone else finding lately that when a paid app goes "free" you actually only get the ad-supported version that's identical to the free version that's normally available anyway, that keeps pestering you to buy the real version?

    Happened with a few apps I've tried this week. :/

      That's totally cheating. Can you let me know which apps are it so I don't include them?

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