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We're based in the United States, so we can be pretty America-centric here. But that doesn't mean we've lost sight of how everything is global and we decided to put this week's focus on some big price drops that fall outside the usual USA parameters.
This universal iOS app sees a mega-price cut as it goes from $37.99 all the way down to free. If you're a native speaker of either language looking to do a little travel to Berlin or Barcelona, here's your ticket to linguistic happiness. No Internet connection required means you download the app and learn on your own time.
Another language app, Unknown Genius Software's KanjiBox cuts 4 dollars from the usual price to offer you your very own tutor in Japanese for just $0.99. Work through six language levels in vocabulary and usage and even practice your handwriting on your touchscreen.
Planning a vacation to the Belgium any time soon? Then you'll want to nab Brussels Map&Subway, CloudEnd's fantastic city and underground map. Use it offline when you just want directions, or rock the GPS action to find your way to the best eats in the city. From $7.99 all the way down to free, you're already saving money for your trip.
The ancient Chinese counting device gets a modern twist with SUNSUM & VOX's iPad only Abacus. This frankly gorgeous app is touch and position sensitive, so don't tip your iPad or just like in a real abacus all your beads will slide down to one end. Can you count to two dollars? Because that's how much you'll save now that this app's down to the great low price of free.