Cyber Weekend Sale on the Play Store. Google and multiple developers are offering content at up to 80% off this year.
Tagged: Black Friday
Black Friday is a day dedicated to deals. Shoppers wander around in a turkey induced stupor looking to grab insane deals for themselves and loved ones. Well, you can actually get some good savings without walking out of your house and braving the crowds thanks to generous app creators on Google Play. The popular keyboard application known as SwiftKey 3 is available for 50% off for Black Friday. Who doesn't love saving money and getting an awesome application at the same time?
Black Friday and the holiday shopping season are right around the corner. This means its time to start planning where you are going to find your deals, and the quickest ways to get yourself in the store, to the items you want, and on to the next place to get your deals. Google is ready to help, with indoor Google Maps of select retailers that will help you get in, get the deals, and get out.
Galaxy S III from Samsung this one certainly was worth a mention. Sam's Club will be offering the impressive Samsung Galaxy S III (In Club only) for just $0.96 on Black Friday. Yes that is less than a dollar.
Black Friday but what we have is a simple deal you can do right from your phone. The extremely popular (and recently updated) SwiftKey X keyboard for phones and tablets is half off for the weekend. Get it while it's hot!
DROID Incredible 2 is getting tarted up in ruby red, and Verizon customers can pick one up for free with some very specific Black Friday deals. The Incredible 2 and other phones are going on-sale starting on November 24th.
Black Friday over the next few days so you'll all just have to wait until you see something worthy, then go big and get one. My local Best Buy had 5 tents already waiting yesterday -- talk about nuts. For those on Verizon or looking for a good deal they've just announced a few of their own and we have the details below.
hinted that on November 17, Android 4.0 source code would likely hit the net. Fortunately, they were wrong again - as Google leaked it to the public later that same day!