Black Friday app deals, what'd you get?

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by OrangeCuse44, Nov 29, 2008.

  1. OrangeCuse44 macrumors 65816


    Oct 25, 2006
    Long Island, NY
    I took advantage of the app discounts yesterday and am very happy with my discount purchases. Here is what I bought:

    Mr. Sudoku
    Aki Mahjong
    iTrans NYC
    Bejewled 2
    What's on TV
  2. LostLogik macrumors 6502a

    Jul 9, 2008
    Bought? Ha. I went the free route and got Pathways.
  3. techlover828 macrumors 68020


    Jun 28, 2007
    same, haven't tried it yet though.

    I also got Yahtzee and cyber chess
  4. TheZimm macrumors 6502a


    Jul 12, 2008
    I got:
    virtual conquest(free)
    What's on TV(free)
    300 bowl(free)

    I guess I went the free route also =]

  5. aawil macrumors 6502a


    May 18, 2008
    I got the violin app. Nothing else I was interested in went on sale.

    Oh and it seems I got ichristmas as well. Forgot about that one.
  6. Jomskylark macrumors regular

    Sep 30, 2008
    I purchased Nanosaur 2 for the discounted price. I also got Cyber Chess.
  7. Pooshka macrumors 65816

    Jun 28, 2008
    I snatched the following:

    Nanosaur 2
    Bugdom 2 (better than Nanosaur 2)
    Grocery IQ
  8. vertigorp macrumors newbie

    Jun 25, 2006
    Virtual Conquest

    ive only tried out 2079. its a great game.
  9. skubish macrumors 68030


    Feb 2, 2005
    Ann Arbor, Michigan
  10. RED™ macrumors regular


    Nov 18, 2008
    Near German Black Forest
  11. Habakuk macrumors 6502a

    Jul 10, 2007
    Vienna Austria Europe
    Dizzy Bee, v1.4, Verkäufer: HOWARD N HUNLEY (9+) 0,79 €
    Aki Mahjong, v1.0.2, Verkäufer: Ambrosia Software, Inc. (4+) 0,79 €
    Snail Mail, v1.00, Verkäufer: Sandlot Games Corporation (9+) 1,59
    iEasyCamera, v2.0, Verkäufer: iCloseBy LLC Kostenlos
    2079, v1.0.0, Verkäufer: Eric Tong (4+) Kostenlos
    AppSniper, v1.2, Verkäufer: Arshad Rahman 0,79 €
    Pathways, v1.1, Verkäufer: Seltmann Systems, LLC (4+) Kostenlos
    Ö3 iRadio, v1.0.1, Verkäufer: NOUS Knowledge Management Kostenlos
    MeterRead™ (Go Green, Save Green!), v1.0.1, Verkäufer: mark barton Kostenlos
    Blitz, v1.0.1, Verkäufer: Sam Birch (9+) Kostenlos
    iBanjo - music guitar, v1.1, Verkäufer: Neil Harris Kostenlos
    ACTPrinter (Mobile Documents), v1.0, Verkäufer: Houdah Software s.a r.l. Kostenlos
    Freedom Run, v1.0, Verkäufer: Eliahu Michael (4+) Kostenlos
    Jump Meter, v1.1, Verkäufer: Ping Liang (4+) Kostenlos
    Tangram Puzzle Pro, v1.0, Verkäufer: The Embassy Visual Effects Inc. (4+) Kostenlos
    Zoo Box, v1.0.3, Verkäufer: Christian Trotobas Kostenlos
    Fuzzball: A multiplayer Billiards / Soccer strategy game against online friends over 3G internet, v1.0, Verkäufer: Heinz Roesch (4+) Kostenlos
    ClassicMemo, v1.2, Verkäufer: Sami Vehmaa Kostenlos
    SpyBugRadar, v1.0.0, Verkäufer: Yudo Inc. (4+) Kostenlos
    Chronometer, v1.0, Verkäufer: Axel Wolf Kostenlos
    Multi Stopwatch, v1.0, Verkäufer: Axel Wolf Kostenlos
    Classic RPN Calculator, v2.0, Verkäufer: Axel Wolf Kostenlos
    My Budget Money Management, v2.0, Verkäufer: Axel Wolf Kostenlos
    Luxury Timepiece, v1.0, Verkäufer: Axel Wolf Kostenlos
    Daily Planet, v1.0, Verkäufer: Axel Wolf Kostenlos
    Match Me, v1.0, Verkäufer: Rodrigo O Freitas (4+) Kostenlos
    Reign of Swords Lite, v1.2.0, Verkäufer: Punch Entertainment, Inc. (9+) Kostenlos
    eWinter, v1.1, Verkäufer: Patrick Giudicelli Kostenlos
    Alcohol Aware, v1.1, Verkäufer: Ben Trewhella Kostenlos
    iBobble 3D, v2.1, Verkäufer: iCloseBy LLC Kostenlos
    iPolaroid, v1.0, Verkäufer: Francesco Sampoli Kostenlos
    Live Poker, v1.2, Verkäufer: Zynga (12+) Kostenlos
    Raging Thunder, v1.0.3, Verkäufer: Polarbit AB (4+) 1,59 €
    Virtual Conquest, v1.0.1, Verkäufer: Phil Nash (9+) Kostenlos
    Speed Alert, v1.1, Verkäufer: Roberto Fraboni Kostenlos
    Trippin, v1.0, Verkäufer: Pavel Doichev (9+) Kostenlos
    Nimbuzz, v1.0.1, Verkäufer: Nimbuzz Kostenlos
    Tingalin - The Air Strum Virtual String Instrument (Çifteli), v1.1, Verkäufer: Afrim Kacaj Kostenlos
    iRail European Rail Timetables, v1.1, Verkäufer: John Holdsworth Kostenlos
  12. Knowlege Bomb macrumors 603

    Knowlege Bomb

    Feb 14, 2008
    Madison, WI

    All yesterday??? This is more than I've EVER gotten from the App Store.

    I'd hate to find apps on your phone...
  13. Habakuk macrumors 6502a

    Jul 10, 2007
    Vienna Austria Europe
    Let's say the past few days. It's my last iTunes account bill.

    I have 277 apps in iTunes and 120 on phone. A friend has 600. I have paid for apps just 50 bucks (since two months).

    You don't need to upload all apps to phone. Just switch off automatic sync and choose exactly what you want on your iPhone in the iTunes account list.

    I don't want to look like being greedy - but it's a good tactic to download apps as long they are cheap or free. I've never got an update that was not free until now. But I guess I'm not the only app junkie here...

    Thanks to MacRumors, and AppSniper! Very good ressources to find such apps!
  14. Luke1robb macrumors 6502a


    May 3, 2008
    Cambridge, MA/Smithfield, RI
    What a deal with What's on TV.... now I have both that and i.TV, so torn on what to get rid of
  15. dthmtlgod macrumors 6502

    Jul 18, 2007
    Syracuse, NY
    Well I was hoping to pick up a few of these

    MOLISC series of football applications:
    - English EPL Live!
    - Italian Serie A Live!
    - Spanish Primera Liga Live!
    - German Bundesliga Live!
    - French Ligue 1 Live!

    Per AppShopper, they were on sale sort of, it went from $4.99 down to $.99 on 11/28, then a few hours later jumped from $.99 to $1.99, then yesterday it went from $1.99 to $4.99. They are advertising 30% off for 3 days only, but the price is actually up from $3.99 to $4.99.

    Not sure what the heck they are doing, but definitely turned me off with the price changes.
  16. RobT macrumors 6502a


    Dec 20, 2007
    Ohio, USA
    iTV seems to crash a lot for I'm glad at least I have What's On as an alternative
  17. liptonlover macrumors 6502a

    Mar 13, 2008
    These are just the highlights I can think of off hand. These are ones I wouldn't have bought just because, but they would have been worth it to purchase, except for virtual conquest. It was good, but not worth buying.

    virtual conquest (free)
    reign of swords lite (free)
    2079 (free)
    fuzzball (free)
    tangram (there were quite a few, free)

    I recommend reign of swords lite and fuzzball the most. RoS needs updates to make it worth purchasing the full $8 version, but it's really just additions that are needed. It is a complete and worthy game. (The lite version. The full one only has more campaign.)
    Fuzzball is a dollar now I believe, and is soooo much fun. I just wish there were more players on at the same time.

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