App Deals: Discounted iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone Apps

Today's best deals include SwiftKey now free on Android, Angry Birds Epic on iOS and Connect Easy on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick!

NOTE: This is a hand-picked list of apps that we think are worth checking out, but we do not endorse them in any way, nor have we reviewed them.

We separate productivity/lifestyle apps and games. Otherwise, the apps are not listed in any particular order. Some apps may require in-app purchases for extra features or levels, so check before purchasing or installing.

Android

GAMES

Fruit Splash Mania for free (new) • Random Heroes for free (normally $0.91) • LINE Football League Manager for free (new)

APPS

• <a style="font-weight:bold" href="http://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B009IS1KBI/ref=mas_fad_img"Customer Events And Records for free (Amazon App Of The Day -- click here for how to access Amazon App Deals) • SwiftKey Keyboard for free (normally $5.01) • CCleaner for free (new) • Google My Business for free (new) • Google I/O 2014 for free (new) • 1Password for free (new)

iOS

GAMES

Angry Birds Epic for free (new) • Blek for $1.29 (normally $3.79) • EMPIRE: The Deck Building Game for $1.29 (normally $3.79) • Twisty Planets for $2.49 (normally $3.79)

APPS

Vitamin-R for $6.49 (new) • DMTools for free (normally $3.79) • Spendbook - Personal Finance Tracker for free (normally $2.49) • Studio 2 for free (normally $12.99)

iPad Only

GAMES

Suburbia for $3.79 (normally $6.49)

APPS

HarmonyWiz for $12.99 (new) • Blogsy for $3.79 (normally $6.49) • Splashtop 2 Remote Desktop for free (normally $24.99)

Windows Phone

GAMES

Wreck-It Ralph for free (normally $1.99) • Bunny Beyond for free (normally $1.99)

APPS

Connect Easy for free (normally $1.99) • IM+ Pro for $1.99 (normally $3.99) • #1 ToolKit for free (normally $3.99)

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? Contact us.


Comments

    Is the SwiftKey keyboard actually better than Googles own swyping keyboard?

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