Go into the weekend with 34 temporarily free and 38 on-sale apps, plus the other App of the Week

Here we are at penultimate day of September. I have the final list of app sales for you all, complete with a couple of notable ones that I recommend. You can also check out Wednesday’s post for more stuff, if you don’t like today’s offerings.

Also, we have the other App of the Week. And while I’d usually go on about how there’s only a few eligible countries, this game is actually on a $ 0.10 sale here Stateside.

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Go into the weekend with 34 temporarily free and 38 on-sale apps, plus the other App of the Week was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Reactant is a new native framework for iOS apps

 Just when you thought it was safe to go back to Xcode, a small Czech team called Brightify has created Reactant, a framework that makes it easy to program iOS apps. The system is a Swift-based framework that offers live-reload of code, allowing you to add elements on the fly as you program. “The Reactant architecture dictates how to structure an iOS project from start to finish. It… Read More
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6 awesome augmented reality apps making waves in the market

Augmented Reality (AR) is nothing new. However, the recent Apple iOS update and iPhone announcement are certainly going to help make this immersive format more mainstream. Nowadays, the latest advancements in the tech world are being brought directly to the everyday mobile user with all kinds of innovations and even more interactive experiences. Here are six of the most interesting apps currently on the market with AR capabilities. 1. Eyemaps Ever wanted a device that made you feel like a James Bond super-spy? Well, Eyemaps can offer you some secret agent-style intel on your surroundings. Even though you may not…

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Trio of Disney Channel iPhone and iPad apps consolidate into single DisneyNow app

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Making good on a promise to do so, Disney has combined three of its content-providing apps, consolidating Disney Channel, Disney XD, and Disney Junior into DisneyNow.
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