Galaxy Note 8 pre-order buyers reportedly will get some nice freebies

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

We are less than a week away from the August 23 Samsung Unpacked press event in New York City, where the company is expected to officially reveal the Galaxy Note 8 as its latest flagship smartphone. Now a new report claims that pre-orders for the phone will begin the day after the event, on August 24, ahead of its launch on September 15. More importantly, the report claims that buyers in the US will get at least two free, and pretty cool, accessories for the Note 8.

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Noted Internet gadget news leaker Evan Blass posted on Twitter today that Note 8 pre-orders will come with a 256 GB microSD card from Samsung. That’s going to be a nice addition for anyone who wants to store a lot of content on their phone, such as photos, videos, podcasts and more. In addition, Blass claims that US Note 8 pre-order customers will be able to choose from one of two extra accessories; either a convertible wireless charger for the phone or a 360 degree camera. We would assume this would be the 2017 edition of the Samsung Gear 360 camera that was first launched earlier this spring.

Blass also states that European Note 8 pre-order buyers will be able to get a free Samsung DeX dock. This accessory, which launched around the time of the Galaxy S8 earlier this year, can turn that smartphone into a PC desktop, when the phone, a mouse, a keyboard and a monitor are all connected to the dock.

We will be attending the Samsung Unpacked event on Wednesday and will have full coverage of the Galaxy Note 8 launch. In the meantime, do you like that Samsung is reportedly offering some nice freebies for Note 8 pre-orders? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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15 best weather apps and weather widgets for Android

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Knowing the weather is something that we all pretty much need to know. Smartphone weather apps and weather widgets have been steadily improving over the years. They work better, have more detailed and accurate information, and the weather widgets look better with whatever theme you happen to be using. Here are the best weather apps and weather widgets currently available on Android.


1Weather

Price: Free / $1.99
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1Weather by OneLouder Apps has been around for a long time and is not only one of the most popular weather apps on this list, but also one of the highest rated. It comes with your standard features like your daily and hourly forecast along with access to additional information. There are also some weather widgets available. The design is crisp and clean. It also comes with Android Wear support, weather tracking for up to 12 cities, and has support for 25 languages. All of the features comes in the free version. You can also pay $0.99 to remove advertising.
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Accuweather

Price: Free / $2.99
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Accuweather by Accuweather.com is one of the more solid weather apps. It features the basics, including extended forecasts, hourly forecasts, and the like. Other features include radar, Android Wear support, and more. It also includes a MinuteCast feature. It predicts rain on a minute-by-minute basis. The app itself looks pretty good. The widgets are serviceable. It’s one of the better all-around weather apps.
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Dark Sky

Price: Free / $2.99 per year
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Dark Sky had a rough start on Android. It received backlash for being among the first weather apps to have a subscription. Especially since the iOS version doesn’t. Aside from the small bit of controversy, the app is actually pretty awesome. It features one of the better radars that we’ve seen and it has up-to-the-minute forecast updates. There are also weather widgets if you happen to need those. You can try out the premium version for free and you can use it for free without a subscription as long as you don’t mind fewer features.
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Google Assistant

Price: Free
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Google Assistant isn’t one of the usual weather apps. It can show you weather, though. You simply ask Google for the forecast. You can ask for the current weather, weather alerts, and more. Just click on the weather card to get additional info on the web. It doesn’t have a lot of the features as these other weather apps. However, it’s excellent for quick checks. It’s also entirely free. The app comes pre-installed on most Android devices as well.
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GO Weather Forecast and Widgets

Price: Free / $4.99 / $18.99 / $19.99
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GO Weather is among the most popular weather apps available. The app features the basics. That includes forecasts, radar, current weather, wind, weather severe weather alerts, and more. It uses AccuWeather as its service. It boasts over 200,000 locations worldwide. The app also comes with widgets, live wallpapers, and other features. It comes with a decent set of features on its own. There are various pro versions. Each one unlocks a different set of features. You can go all in for $19.99 and get every feature.
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Local Weather Widget and Forecast

Price: Free
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Local Weather Widget and Forecast is what the title says it is. It’s a quick, simple weather app. It also has widgets. The features include the basics, including forecasts, current temperature, hourly forecasts, and more. The weather widgets are perfunctory. It also features various themes. Other than that, it’s really not all that complicated. It’s free to download with no in-app purchases. There is a little bit of advertising, though.
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MyRadar Weather Radar

Price: Free / Up to $24.99
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MyRadar is a simple app that shows you a weather radar. It has a full range of features, including the ability to play animations so you can see if the rain is coming or going. The app itself is simple but you can buy additional feature as in-app purchases. Some of the additional features include a hurricane tracker and additional radar features. It works best as a combination with a normal weather app. It’s free to download with optional in-app purchases.
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National Weather Service

Price: Free / Up to $9.99
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National Weather Service is an unofficial, small, and simple app that uses the National Weather Service API. It features the ability to check currently, hourly, and weekly forecasts for a static location (one you set) or a GPS location. It also has a radar, weather alerts, and advisories. There are even weather widgets if you want those. It is a smaller app that uses less resources and network data than most which is great if you need something small. It’s also completely free with no in-app purchases, advertising, or tracking.
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NOAA Weather

Price: Free / $1.99
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NOAA Weather Unofficial is an app that sources the NOAA and National Weather Service for its information. You can find things like the latest weather forecasts, hourly conditions, radar, and more. You can track several cities at once and there are weather widgets to choose from. The only downside is that the app doesn’t support severe weather alerts. You can check those in the app, but that’s about it. There’s a free version and a paid version. We recommend the free one first.
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WeatherBug

Price: Free / $9.99
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WeatherBug is one of the older weather apps. It features all of the stuff you’d expect from a weather app. That includes weather forecasts, temperature, radar, weather alerts, and more. It also features 18 different weather maps, a lightning alert system, traffic conditions, and more. There are weather widgets to choose from However, they are in a separate app. The free version is more than good enough for most uses. The paid version is rather expensive.
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Weather Channel

Price: Free
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Weather Channel is easily among the most recognizable weather apps out there. Thankfully, it covers all the basics. That includes current temperature, future forecasts, severe weather alerts, radar, and more. It also includes breaking news, lightning alerts, and pollen alerts. There are a variety of widgets, a separate tablet UI, and additional stuff. It doesn’t cut any corners. That makes it less great for those looking for a simpler solution. That’s excellent news. It’s free to download with no in-app purchases.
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Weather Underground

Price: Free / $1.99 per year
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Weather Underground is one of the more complete weather apps. It features all of the basics so we won’t bore you with those details. Along with the usual stuff, it includes health info such as UV risk, local flu outbreaks, and pollen. It also has weather widgets. The app features hyper local weather. There are person weather stations all over the place. They deliver weather closer to your actual location. The free version has all of the features along with advertising. The surprisingly reasonable yearly subscription removes advertising.
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Weather Wiz

Price: Free / Up to $2.49
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Weather Wiz is one of the newer weather apps. It has the basics such as weather conditions, forecast, and more. It also has one of the coolest looking radars that we’ve seen. There is also emphasis on theming and looks. It’s nice if you’re into that sort of thing. The app also includes widgets, moon phases, and more. You can purchase themes as in-app purchases. Otherwise the app is free to download and use.
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Weather Wiz

Yahoo Weather

Price: Free
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Yahoo’s weather app is probably their best app. It features a beautiful design, the essential weather information, weather alerts, a radar, and more. The app can track up to 20 cities. It sources its images from Flickr. You can submit your own weather photos if you want to. That adds a bit of fun to the proceedings for photographers. It doesn’t have Material Design, but that’s ultimately okay. It’s free to use with no in-app purchases.
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YoWindow Weather

Price: Free / $2.99
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YoWindow Weather is one of the more unique weather apps. It’s quite flashy. You can move your finger across the UI to see the weather at any given point in the day. It also covers the basics fairly well. It’s not as powerful as some weather apps. However, simplicity has its benefits as well. You can pick up the app for free to try out most of the features. The paid version goes for $2.99. It’s a reasonable price for what you’re getting.
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Tekken Mobile soft launches in Canada, pre-register for its US release

Tekken remains one of the most popular fighting-themed video game franchises ever made. Today, publisher Namco Bandai soft-launched a smartphone entry in the series, Tekken Mobile, in Canada, ahead of its worldwide launch later this year.

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Today’s announcement also came with a brief gameplay trailer, showing off some of the many colorful, and powerful, characters in the Tekken franchise battling each other with some solid graphics. If you live in Canada, you can download this early version of the game for Android right now in the Google Play Store. If you live anywhere else, you can still pre-register your interest at the official Tekken Mobile site. The more folks that do pre-register, the more Namco Bandai will unlock some special in-game content for when the fighting game does launch worldwide, including XP boosters, health packs and a “secret character exclusive” for when the highest level of pre-registrations is reached.

Based on the web site, Tekken Mobile will not only offer console-like fighting game features, but will also allow players to collect a number of characters that can be used in teams to defeat enemies online. There will also be ways to upgrade your characters with higher stats and more abilities.

It will be interesting to see if Tekken’s large console fan base will be attracted to the kind of free-to-play gameplay that Tekken Mobile will offer on phones? Are you a Tekken fan and, if so, will you be checking out this game when it is released worldwide? Let us know in the comments!

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Top 5 features of the Essential Phone

The Essential phone is here and it’s a hotly-anticipated device that has captured the mobile aficionados’ imagination since its announcement a few months ago. We initially expected it to be available within 30 days, but, a few delays later, the handset is up for pre-order and we have one here, but should you be excited by it?

We’ve spent the past few days with the Essential Phone. You can head over to our initial hands-on impressions to see what it has been like to use this device for a few days, but we also wanted to showcase a few features that make the Essential Phone truly stand out. Here are the top five features of Andy Rubin’s new phone!

Build and design

The first of these is the unique build and design of the Essential Phone. The version we have here is the “Moonblack” variant, which combines a titanium build with a glossy ceramic back. The glossy back does make this a fingerprint magnet, but the device definitely benefits from the unique titanium and ceramic combination. Over the past few days, the handset has survived a few accidental slips with no lasting marks or damage, which is testament to the build quality.

The design harks back to one of the most distinctive devices of 2016, the Xiaomi Mi Mix, and it’s easy to argue that the Essential Phone is an evolution of that design. As we touched on in our Xiaomi Mi Mix review, a smaller device could make the perfect device, and the Essential Phone is basically this. The flat sides and boxy design make this easy to handle; in the hand it doesn’t feel like it’ll slip about, although the ceramic back means it may slip off a uneven surface when left unattended.

Display

The Xiaomi Mi Mix was a great phone but a key problem of the design was the location of the front facing camera in the bottom chin of the phone. Thankfully, Essential took a vastly different approach and the result is a screen that truly stands out. The display, which is likely IPS but still to be confirmed, offers Quad HD resolution in a 19:10 aspect ratio and has a couple of quirks that make it really eye catching.

You are essentially holding a phone that is basically all screen, all the time

Aside from the little chin on the bottom of the device, you are essentially holding a phone that is basically all screen, all the time. At a Q&A session earlier this week, Andy Rubin confirmed that the ~85% screen-to-body ratio is the highest on a smartphone right now and the thin bezels on the sides and at the top definitely show Essential has maximised the screen real estate on the device.

The most eye-catching feature is the little contour at the top of the screen which houses the front facing camera and is essentially a little bit of a dip into the notification area. It’s a really nice look that differentiates this phone from any other out there. It also shows that a front facing camera isn’t an excuse for large bezels at the top of any smartphone. The little dip blends in the notification area in a way that makes it stand out but also blend in, and it’s a very clever design that makes full use of every pixel of available screen real estate.

Camera

The front facing camera isn’t the only camera that stands out in the Essential phone, as the rear dual camera also aims to offer a flagship experience. Combining an RGB sensor with Monochrome sensor – like devices from Huawei and others – allows the Essential Phone to get the most detail out of any particular shot.

We love taking pictures as the lines are so detailed

Monochrome shots prove to be very detailed and we love taking pictures as the lines are so detailed, and there’s a lot of sharpness in all areas of the pictures. As it has a dedicated 13MP monochrome sensor, this allows the Essential Phone to take true black and white images. In comparison, devices such as the Galaxy S8 and OnePlus 5 apply a black and white filter to a color sensor, resulting in additional noise and a lack of clarity, at least compared to devices with a dedicated monochrome sensor.

The color sensor is also a 13MP sensor and images seem to be vibrating with detail, although we’ll reserve our final verdict for our full review in a few days. The camera app is pretty simplistic which means average consumers will be able to pick up the phone and take pretty good photos. We do wish however that there was a manual mode, and that the camera had more options to allow you to truly customise your shot.

Expansion

While you can use an alternative camera app, chances are you’ll use the default camera app, especially if you plan to make use of the wireless accessories. Right next to the camera you’ll find two connector pins which allow the Essential Phone to connect to wireless accessories such as the 360 camera.

The connector accessory seems to works as well as you’d hope

While we don’t have a 360 camera to hand to fully test, we did spend a short amount of time with it and the connector accessory seems to works as well as you’d hope. Traditional module connectors involve very linear connectivity patterns, such as attaching in only one direction but the Essential Phone connector ensures an accessory connects quickly and accurately every time.

The connectors themselves support data transfer and communicate directly with the phone. The result is a stack that allows Essential to customise the full experience and nowhere is this more apparent than with the 360 degree camera. The smallest 4K 360 camera on the market, it’s small enough to slip into your pocket. As soon as you connect it to the phone, it fires up the camera app and opens the various 360 degree options.

The camera doesn’t have its own battery, and to keep the size down, it relies on drawing power from your phone. The options are pretty straight forward – you can take a regular 360 photo or video, or you can live stream in 360 directly from the camera and phone. LTE+ connectivity ensures theoretical data throughput speeds of 600Mbps, which is what’s needed to be able to live-stream 4K 360 data. According to Essential, this is one of the reasons behind the choice of Sprint as exclusive carrier partner.

During our Q&A session at Essential’s HQ in Palo Alto earlier this year, we got to see how small the modules themselves are and the 360 camera uses a custom ISP to communicate with the device, as well as process captured footage directly on the camera. Images captured by the 360 camera look crisp, sharp and very natural, with very little warping or banding that is traditionally present on some 360 cameras.

The possibilities of the connector don’t stop there, with Essential planning other accessories, such as the Wireless Charging Dock, to launch in the coming weeks and months. Essential also plans to have even more accessories for the Essential Phone, and they’ve promised that future devices will also use the same connectors with backward compatibility for the current generation.

With a wireless connector, the possibilities are endless

During our Q&A, Andy Rubin talked about the choice of wireless connector over a physical connection – such as that used by the Moto Mods – and the principal reason behind going wireless was that it wasn’t as limiting. With physical connectors, you are stuck into a particular set of form factors to ensure backwards compatibility, but with a wireless connector, the possibilities are endless. Even if future devices take on a different design, you’ll be able to use the same accessories.

Software

Indeed, the influence of Andy Rubin’s knowledge of the smartphone industry – and his time at Google – is wide-reaching throughout the Essential Phone experience. This includes the, well, essentials such as, of course, the software experience.

Rubin said that the Essential Phone was designed to give the consumer choices and that once you buy the phone, it should be yours. This is why there’s no branding on the phone and also why the software and hardware experience is very much on par with 2017 flagship devices.

On the software front, you have what is essentially a pure Android experience and one that is designed with the consumer in mind. Right out of the box, you only have a dozen preinstalled apps (including the ones baked into Android) and even putting a Sprint SIM card into the unlocked unit only downloads a couple of additional apps.

The result is a snappy experience that will challenge any other device and the pure Android experience will also appeal to those that are looking for a viable alternative to Google’s own devices. During the past few days, the Essential Phone has offered a very smooth experience. With updates – of which there’s already been one in just a few days – we’re sure the experience is only going to get better.

For all the Android purists, it’s interesting that we have a phone like the Essential that provides a stock Android experience, that can challenge the Pixels and Nexuses of the world. It’s likely a big feather in the cap for Essential and it could persuade many people to consider this new phone that’s now available to pre-order.

Redefining what «essential features» mean to general users

The Essential Phone is an incredibly interesting device, not only because of what it’s trying to introduce into the flagship game, but also because it feels like they’re trying to redefine what “essential features” mean to general users. Of course, a few days isn’t enough to truly explore this unique handset and we’ll be exploring it in full detail in our upcoming review.

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In the meantime, what do you think of the Essential Phone and do you plan to buy one? What’s your favorite feature? Let us know your views in the comments below!

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Kick off the weekend with 24 temporarily free and 48 on-sale apps

Happy Friday, everyone! The weekend is nigh upon us, which means that it’s time for me to give you the final app sales list for the week. There’s a few goodies below (in bold), plus the huge Telltale Games sale. And before you go, be sure to head back to Wednesday’s post, too.

Free

Apps

  1. Mobile Counter Pro – 4G, WIFI $2.00 -> Free; 1 day left
  2. Apprendre l’Anglais $4.49 -> Free; 2 days left
  3. Knots 3D $1.99 -> Free; 2 days left
  4. Crank Cycling Computer Pro BLE $24.99 -> Free; 3 days left
  5. Pregnancy Food Guide PRO $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left

Games

  1. Infinity Loop Premium $1.49 -> Free; 5 hours left
  2. Cube.IO Pro $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
  3. Dead Forest | Horror | Full $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
  4. Dinosaur Hunt Survival Pro $1.49 -> Free; 1 day left
  5. Dungeon Survivor $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
  6. oO $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
  7. Explore Daniel’s Neighborhood $2.99 -> Free; 5 days left
  8. Treisia Story PLUS $5.00 -> $0.99; 5 days left
  9. Buff Knight Advanced – Retro RPG Runner $0.99 -> Free; 6 days left
  10. Zombie Raid: Survival $0.99 -> Free; 6 days left

Icon packs & customization

  1. Penguins 3D Pro Live Wallpaper $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
  2. Annabelle UI – Icon Pack $0.99 -> Free; 2 days left
  3. Paper Windmills 3D Pro lwp $0.99 -> Free; 2 days left
  4. Next Launcher Theme Evergreen $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
  5. AMETAL Icon Pack $1.99 -> Free; 6 days left
  6. Rebel Icon Pack $1.99 -> Free; 6 days left
  7. ROYCE Poweramp skin $1.99 -> Free; 6 days left
  8. Titan Silver Icon Pack $1.49 -> Free; 6 days left
  9. Blue Rebel HD Icon Pack $1.99 -> Free; 7 days left

Sale

Apps

  1. Profile Analyser Pro $3.49 -> $1.49; 1 day left
  2. Pencil Sketch Ad-Free $1.99 -> $0.99; 4 days left
  3. Remote for PowerPoint PRO $2.99 -> $0.99; 4 days left
  4. Monk $1.62 -> $0.99; 5 days left
  5. Scanner Pro $2.99 -> $1.49; 6 days left
  6. Fakebook Pro: Real Book and PDF Sheet Music Reader $2.98 -> $1.99; Time left not specified
  7. Multi Mount SD-Card $1.50 -> $0.99; Time left not specified
  8. SkySafari 5 $2.99 -> $0.99; Time left not specified
  9. SkySafari 5 Plus $14.99 -> $6.99; Time left not specified
  10. Yoga (Offline) $1.49 -> $0.99; Time left not specified

Games

  1. Escape games : RoomBreaker $3.49 -> $1.99; 1 day left
  2. Paranormal Territory $1.99 -> $0.99; 1 day left
  3. Preschoolers ABC Playground $4.99 -> $0.99; 2 days left
  4. Lost Lands 3 (Full) $4.99 -> $1.99; 5 days left
  5. Ra² $3.49 -> $0.99; 5 days left
  6. Lowriders Comeback 2: Cruising $1.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  7. My Town : Beach Picnic $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  8. My Town : Beauty Contest $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  9. My Town : Beauty Spa Saloon $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  10. My Town : Car wash fix & drive $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  11. My Town : Cinema $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  12. My Town : Dance School $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  13. My Town : Daycare $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  14. My Town : Fire station Rescue $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  15. My Town : Grandparents $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  16. My Town : Hospital $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  17. My Town : Hotel $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  18. My Town : Preschool $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  19. My Town : School $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  20. My Town : Stores $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  21. My Town : Wedding $2.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  22. Siralim 2 (Roguelike RPG Game) $4.99 -> $2.49; 6 days left
  23. Survival Island 3D PRO $1.49 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  24. Survival Island 2 PRO $1.49 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  25. Tibetan Quest: Beyond the World’s End (Full) $4.99 -> $1.99; 6 days left
  26. Cyber Knights RPG Elite $2.99 -> $0.99; 7 days left
  27. Heroes of Steel RPG Elite $3.99 -> $1.99; 7 days left
  28. Ninja Hero Cats Premium $2.99 -> $0.99; 7 days left
  29. The Dew $1.49 -> $0.99; 7 days left
  30. The Witness $19.99 -> $13.60; Time left not specified
  31. Telltale Games sale – End of the month

Icon packs & customization

  1. Clock Widget Ark $3.49 -> $0.99; 5 days left
  2. GO Locker theme Black Cobra $1.99 -> $0.99; 5 days left
  3. [substratum] OrangeKitten PRO $1.49 -> $0.99; 6 days left
  4. Black Red HD Icon Pack $1.49 -> $0.99; 7 days left
  5. Future ctOS – UCCW skin/theme $1.50 -> $0.99; Time left not specified

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  1. Luna VIP Betting Tips $99.90 -> $49.90; 6 days left (um….)
  2. Unlock With WiFi $4.99 -> $0.99; Time left not specified (why, though)

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