Finish up March with 28 temporarily free and 26 on-sale apps, including The Room 2 and Trine 2

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Welcome to the final Friday of March, and with it, the last round of app sales for the week and the month. Today’s list feels similar to Wednesday’s, with some excellent games on sale. Those will be bolded down below, meaning that I highly recommend them. Whether or not you celebrate Easter, I hope that you all enjoy your weekend. See you all in April.

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Apps

  1. Quick Volume Controls – Quick Volume notification $ 0.99 -> Free; 1 day
  2. Cute Calendar PRO $ 2.49 -> Free; 3 days
  3. Kids Commission: A Reward System App for Families $ 0.99 -> Free; 3 days
  4. Digits $ 0.99 -> Free; 5 days

Games

  1. Numberflow $ 0.99 -> Free; 2 days
  2. Math Puzzles PRO 2018 $ 2.99 -> Free; 3 days
  3. Jungleverse: Tiki Cups Kids $ 0.99 -> Free; 6 days

Icon packs & customization

  1. Clear Green Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  2. Clear Teal Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  3. Fairy Colors Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  4. Lap Green Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  5. Lap Orange Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  6. Lumber Stock Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  7. Majestic Weather’s Komponents Kustom $ 2.99 -> Free; 4 days
  8. Neo Blue Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  9. Neo Orange Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  10. Red Ash Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  11. Sam Spring Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  12. Spatter Green Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  13. Spatter Orange Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  14. Spatter Weather’s Komponents Kustom $ 2.99 -> Free; 4 days
  15. Spatter Yellow Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  16. Stacks Chromatic Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  17. Yellow Ash Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  18. Zeal Orange Icons Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days

Sale

Apps

  1. File Explorer Pro – Access files on PC, Mac & NAS $ 2.99 -> $ 0.99; 3 days
  2. DoorSec Quick Door Security $ 2.49 -> $ 1.49; 5 days
  3. E Numbers Pro $ 1.99 -> $ 0.99; 4 days
  4. Pipedata-Pro $ 15.99 -> $ 8.99; 4 days
  5. Forager’s Buddy GPS Foraging Pro Key $ 2.49 -> $ 1.49; 5 days
  6. Travel Interpreter Phrasebook $ 9.99 -> $ 0.99; 5 days
  7. VIP Notes – password manager and files holder $ 4.49 -> $ 2.49; 6 days

Games

  1. 꽃들판에 피어나는 덧없음 $ 7.49 -> $ 4.99; 1 day
  2. 10monkeys Bubbles | Subtraction $ 2.49 -> $ 1.49; 1 day
  3. Thimbleweed Park $ 9.99 -> $ 4.99; 1 day
  4. Bridge Constructor Portal $ 4.99 -> $ 2.99; 3 days
  5. Quadropoly Pro $ 7.99 -> $ 2.99; 4 days
  6. Acidra Tears – Dungeon Action RPG – UNLIMITED $ 1.49 -> $ 0.99; 5 days
  7. Iron Marines $ 4.99 -> $ 2.49; 5 days
  8. The Room Two $ 1.99 -> $ 0.99; 5 days
  9. Baseball Highlights 2045 $ 3.99 -> $ 0.99; 6 days
  10. Lichtspeer $ 3.99 -> $ 1.99; 6 days
  11. Nimian Legends : BrightRidge $ 3.99 -> $ 0.99; 6 days
  12. Table Tennis Touch $ 3.49 -> $ 0.99; 6 days
  13. XCOM: Enemy Within $ 9.99 -> $ 4.99; 6 days
  14. OTTTD : Over The Top TD $ 3.99 -> $ 0.99; 7 days
  15. The Guides $ 2.99 -> $ 1.99; 7 days
  16. Trine 2: Complete Story $ 16.99 -> $ 2.99; Time left not specified (Shield TV)

Icon packs & customization

  1. Bubbles Live Wallpaper $ 2.49 -> $ 0.99; 5 days

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  1. Detectify Hidden Device & Camera Detector Ad Free $ 2.99 -> $ 0.99; 5 days
  2. Total Manager for Android $ 7.99 -> $ 0.99; 6 days

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‘The Room: Old Sins’ set to release on Android April 19

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The Room developer Fireproof Games announced Wednesday that the fourth installment in the series, Old Sins, will release on Android on Wednesday, April 19. You may actually get a chance to play it earlier, though—the game still needs to go through more testing, and Fireproof says information about the beta program “will be announced as soon as we have confirmed dates.”

Old Sins has been out on iOS since January.

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Here are 16 temporarily free and 46 on-sale apps for Wednesday, including Monument Valley 2 and The Room 3

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We’re halfway through the final week of March, so let’s celebrate with some app sales. There are plenty of notable games to check out, including Monument Valley 2, a spectacular puzzle title. Enjoy the big list today, and I’ll see you all on Friday for one final roundup.

Free

Apps

  1. Gym Mentor Pro $ 0.99 -> Free; 4 hours
  2. Pull Me App Unlocker $ 0.99 -> Free; 4 hours

Games

  1. Stickman Revenge 3: League of Heroes $ 4.99 -> Free; 4 days
  2. Cut The Buttons 2 Logic Puzzle $ 0.99 -> Free; 6 days
  3. Hitman Sniper $ 0.99 -> Free; 7 days
  4. Farm and Click – Idle Hell Clicker Pro $ 0.99 -> Free; 7 days

Icon packs & customization

  1. Apocalyptic City 3D LWP $ 0.99 -> Free; 4 hours
  2. Planetscape 3D Live Wallpaper $ 0.99 -> Free; 1 day
  3. Chrooma Live Wallpaper $ 2.49 -> Free; 4 days
  4. Chrooma Float Live Wallpaper $ 2.49 -> Free; 4 days
  5. Peppo Icon Pack $ 1.49 -> Free; 4 days
  6. Rivix – Icon Pack $ 0.99 -> Free; 4 days
  7. Zorun – Icon Pack $ 0.99 -> Free; 4 days
  8. Ray of sun Icon Pack $ 0.99 -> Free; 5 days
  9. Rentrox – Icon Pack $ 0.99 -> Free; 5 days
  10. Soappix Icon Pack $ 0.99 -> Free; 5 days

Sale

Apps

  1. EngWords – English words $ 2.49 -> Free; 4 hours
  2. Learn Farsi Persian Language Pro $ 4.99 -> $ 2.99; 4 days
  3. Lotto Generator and Statistics $ 1.49 -> $ 0.99; 5 days
  4. My Handbook Pro $ 1.49 -> $ 0.99; 5 days
  5. W Pro – Weather Forecast & Animated Weather Maps $ 1.99 -> $ 0.99; 5 days
  6. HDBrain Optical Illusions Plus $ 2.99 -> $ 0.99; 6 days
  7. Ottoman Empire History Plus $ 2.99 -> $ 0.99; 6 days
  8. Smart Brain Plus $ 2.99 -> $ 0.99; 6 days
  9. World Map – Atlas Plus $ 2.99 -> $ 0.99; 6 days
  10. Countdown Calendar $ 3.49 -> $ 1.99; 7 days
  11. Stock Exchange $ 1.99 -> $ 0.99; 7 days
  12. Vibro.

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‘The Room: Old Sins’ Is Finally Hitting Android on April 19th, With an Open Beta Coming Soon

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Sorry, iOS gaming enthusiasts – I’ve crossed over to join the villainous Carter Dotson on the dark side. After having an iPhone for literally my entire smartphone-owning life, I’ve decided to take the plunge into the unknown and treat myself to a Pixel 2. All things considered, I’m loving it, despite one major flaw: the games. Many high-profile titles are missing from the Google Play store, and while I still have my beloved iPad to make sure I don’t miss out on anything, I find myself wishing I could jump into the likes of Alto’s Odyssey [$ 4.99] on the go. However, today one major Android absence can be crossed off the list. The Room: Old Sins [$ 4.99] was Fireproof Games’ excellent 2018 take on their beloved puzzle series, which we adored in our glowing five star review on its release, and on April 19th Android gamers can finally try out the title too.

The Room [$ 0.99 (HD)] series has been consistently brilliant since its debut on mobile all the way back in 2012, and Old Sins was very much a return to the intimate puzzle-solving of the first two games that made it such a hit with fans. Exploring every nook and cranny of the various dioramas within the game is absolutely fascinating, and the way Fireproof create so much backstory and conjure up an ethereal atmosphere through saying so little is really mobile gaming at its peak. The Room: Old Sins may be the fourth game in the franchise, but it’s an excellent starting point for anyone interested in the concept – even though I’d recommend anyone to go through the previous titles, if just for the fact they’re great too. This Android release has been highly anticipated for months, and it’s good to have April 19th in the diary as a solid release date. Fireproof promise more details on pre-registration and an open beta soon, but until then, head to our forum thread for more discussion on The Room: Old Sins.

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Review: Yale’s Assure Lock SL is an awesome HomeKit-enabled smart lock with room to grow [Video]

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When it comes to HomeKit devices, our own Zac Hall is the resident expert around these parts, but I’m doing my best to come up to speed with the plethora of options available. I recently took my first stab at installing a smart lock, the 3rd gen August Smart Lock, only to later find out that it wasn’t HomeKit compatible. It’s primarily my fault, because I wasn’t diligent enough with my research, but August, with its somewhat confusing nomenclature should take a portion of the blame as well.

Needless to say, I wasn’t keen on the idea of having a smart lock installed without HomeKit support. That would mean that I couldn’t unlock my door with Siri commands, couldn’t use the Home app to control the lock, and couldn’t use HomeKit automation to trigger other HomeKit-enabled devices. In other words, a smart lock without HomeKit support is just not something that appeals to me.

That’s not to say that the third-generation August Smart Lock is a bad product, because that certainly isn’t the case. It’s actually a decent product that’s inexpensive and easy to install. It’s just not for those who are knee-deep in the Apple/HomeKit ecosystem.

I reached out to Yale Real Living to inquire about reviewing its Assure Lock SL, which recently landed support for HomeKit via its iM1 network module. What I discovered was a modestly-featured smart lock with a fair amount of advanced controls. In fact, I’m strongly considering the purchase of another one. more…

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Here’s what it’s like to be the only woman in a TV writers’ room

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“Just the Funny Parts” author Nell Scovell

Nell Scovell has written for TV shows like “The Simpsons” and co-wrote “Lean In” — she isn’t buying your excuses for workplace harassment.

Nell Scovell was one of the only women ever to write for David Letterman — and when the late-night icon disclosed that he had secretly slept with several women who worked for him, she recognized what a bad example that set.

“When leadership acts that way, it gives other people permission to act that way,” she said on the latest episode of Recode Media with Peter Kafka.

Scovell previously co-wrote “Lean In,” Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s megahit book about women in the workplace. In her new memoir, “Just the Funny Parts,” she also talks about sexism in the workplace — among other things.

One part of the new book features a step-by-step breakdown of how a script for “The Simpsons” comes together; in another, Scovell relates stories from other shows where being one of the only women in the room put her in uniquely difficult situations.

“We had a director who had an emergency appendectomy, and there was a discussion in the writer’s room about how long it would take for him to recover,” she said. “I’m the mother of two and I rarely talk about my kids at work … And I say, ‘I had two C-sections and they weren’t that bad.’ To which another colleague said, ‘You mean you’re still tight?’”

“So I deadpanned, ‘Yes, that was the point of my story,’” Scovell added. “That’s the sort of everyday, offhand comment that you can expect.”

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On the new podcast, Scovell said she doesn’t buy the argument that harassment happens more in workplaces that may tend to have socially awkward employees, such as TV writers’ rooms and tech companies.

“It’s an excuse, not an explanation,” she said.

And for people working in the TV business, one of the big dangers is that toxic attitudes behind the scenes of one show can be contagious if left unchecked. Scovell said she was stunned by what she heard on the set of “The Muppets” from people who had worked on Charlie Sheen’s “Anger Management.”

“They would routinely refer to actresses as ‘dumb bitches,’” Scovell said. “And then I don’t want to say anything because then I’m ‘no fun’ and ‘the schoolmarm,’ and I don’t want to be that, but it’s no fun to sit there and listen to women be referred to that way.”

“I think we need to spread around the discomfort more, because right now you have a select group that can really say anything they want in the room,” she said. “Some of us have to look at our feet while they say those things.”

If you like this show, you should also sample our other podcasts:

  • Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher, is a weekly show featuring in-depth interviews with the movers and shakers in tech and media every Monday. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Overcast or wherever you listen to podcasts.
  • Too Embarrassed to Ask, hosted by Kara Swisher and The Verge’s Lauren Goode, answers all of the tech questions sent in by our readers and listeners. You can hear new episodes every Friday on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Overcastor wherever you listen to podcasts.
  • And finally, Recode Replay has all the audio from our live events, such as the Code Conference, Code Media and the Code Commerce Series. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Overcast or wherever you listen to podcasts.

If you like what we’re doing, please write a review on Apple Podcasts — and if you don’t, just tweet-strafe Peter. Tune in next Thursday for another episode of Recode Media!


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‘The Room: Old Sins’ developer explains delay in Android release

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The Room: Old Sins released on iOS back in January. The preceding three entries in the acclaimed creepy puzzler series are all available on Android, but Old Sins, so far, is nowhere to be found. Developer Fireproof Games says the Android version is coming, but it might take a while.

In a blog post, Fireproof says Old Sins is technically up and running on Android, but that “having the game running on a couple of devices in the office, and having something that we can release on Google Play are very different things.” Bugs small and major discovered after the game’s initial iOS release and the wide variety of Android devices are the main culprits in the delay, the post says: Fireproof’s last game, The Room Three, is available on nearly 14,000 different devices, and each individual device can present its own difficulties.

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NASA’s Spacecraft AR brings 3D models of famous space machines into your living room

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Google’s AR Stickers might have fictional spacecraft from Star Wars, but the more dedicated space enthusiasts will probably prefer the NASA-developed Spacecraft AR. As you might be able to deduce from the name, this app brings spacecraft to you via artificial reality, and it’s actually pretty good at it.

As soon as you open the app, you’re greeted with four “Missions”: Earth, Mars, Planetary, and Other. Earth contains SMAP (Soil Moisture Active Passive); Mars has the Curiosity rover; Planetary includes Cassini, Voyager, and Juno; and Other comes with the 70-meter DSN Antenna.

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Make some room on your desk with the sleek $38 AmazonBasics Laptop Stand

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The AmazonBasics Laptop Stand is currently on sale at Amazon for just $ 38.20. That brings it $ 10 below its regular price and what it’s been selling for during most of the year so far.

This stand can raise, turn and tilt as desired to find your perfect viewing angle. It has an adjustable clamp to secure your laptop and features 360-degree swiveling. It can hold up to 11 pounds and can be raised up to six inches high; tilting it can add a few extra inches to that too. It comes with self-adhesive tape so you can make sure it’s attached properly to your desk, plus the platform your computer rests on is ventilated which helps keep it cool.

Now that you’ve raised up your computer, you might find it easier to start using a separate keyboard and mouse. I love having separate peripherals personally because it means my expensive laptop stays cleaner in the long run. You could pick up a wireless keyboard and mouse combo from Logitech for just $ 25 at Amazon right now.

You’ll also receive a one-year warranty with purchase of this laptop stand. This item was only released a few months ago, but so far it has a rating of 3.8 out of 5 stars.

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How to rename the room your HomePod’s in

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As part of the Automatic Setup for HomePod, you select the room the speaker’s in by choosing from a pre-populated list of room names like “Living Room”, ”Bedroom”, ”Kitchen” and so forth…. Read the rest of this post here


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