Last week's "games only" Price Drop was totally one of the most popular ones we've had, and while we love our gaming as much as the next iOS user, we can't do games 24/7. Some of our readers actually want to get to their dental appointments on time, remember to buy milk, and apply ever more filters to their selfies. What can you do? So this week returns to form with the widest array of great apps at great discounts, but you can bet good money there'll be games.
Apple's done a lot to make Apple TV better over the last couple of months--offering everything from new services like HBO Go and a new "Conference Room" mode for the upcoming iOS 7 release--and now it's making the diminutive device more palatable by slashing the price. Well, kind of. Effective immediately, as AppleInsider reports, you can acquire a refurbished unit of your own for only $75.
We may still be several weeks away from the official "back to school" season, but that isn't stopping Best Buy from getting into the action early. As reported by AllThingsD, the giant electronics retailer is scaling back the prices of its two bestselling MacBook Pro models by $200.
Life rises and life sinks, and that's the lesson of this week's round-up of apps that saw some price droppage. Yes, whether you are building a civilization, learning the basics of communication, or shuffling off this mortal coil, it seems there really is an app for that. Meanwhile, look good and have fun while you're living, eh?
With stellar followups like Angry Birds Space, developer Rovio has once again proven that its bird-flinging saga has every reason to deserve its status as the unofficial poster child of mobile gaming, and for the next week, you can download it for free for both the iPhone and the iPad. Considering that it reached 10 million downloads in the first three days after its release last year, there's a good chance you already have it.
The minimalist HiddenRadio blends into its surroundings, but when you whip out your iPhone and start streaming music to it over Bluetooth, its full, balanced sound is sure to demand attention. We're giving away the HiddenRadio that we recently reviewed, and the company also provided a 20% discount code we'll share after the jump...
Black Friday is finally here, and with it comes the hopes and dreams of retailers everywhere to turn a profit for the year. Apple Inc. doesn’t have to worry about that -- they’re already sitting on a mountain of cash -- but that doesn’t mean they can’t get into the spirit of the shopping season just the same.
In what alternate universe would you have to live to hear this: “Honey, next time you’re down at TJ Maxx getting a great deal on clothes, pick me up one of those iPads I keep hearing about.” As it turns out, it’s not only a reality, but it could be happening in this very universe.
This long weekend, most of us will be down by the lake enjoying noodle salad. However, some will spend the upcoming long weekend bidding adieu to the summer by brewing up a symphony that features the dulcet sound of pew-pew-pew. If you belong to the latter group, this post is for you: On-demand cloud gaming service OnLive is discounting all of their cloud-based gaming offerings by half over the Labor Day Weekend.