SmartAppsForKids is giving away a iPhone projector! Click the following link to their website to read more about the giveaway: http://www.smartappsforkids.com/2013/10/giveaway-iphone-projector-worth-150-mobilecinema-i20.html#more.
“Plume’s school – Halloween – HD – for 2-7 years old – FULL” developed by Mathilde Lemee is normally $1.99 but it is free for a limited time. It is compatible with the iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and requires iOS 5.1 or later.
“Preschool EduPlay Complete” developed by Irina Koenig is normally $1.99 but it is free for a limited time. It is compatible with the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch and requires iOS 5.1 or later.
iPhone/iPod Link: Preschool EduPlay Complete – Irina Koenig
iPad Link: Preschool EduPlay Complete – Irina Koenig
I have had a few people comment and ask if an app is still on sale or free. Honestly, it kind of annoys me because all you have to do is click the link and see what the price is. However, I know that, for all you guys know, the links on here take you to some bad site. So, I can completely understand an andversion to clicking links.
Don’t worry though. All the links on this site, and any of my other sites, are completely safe. Also, clicking the link’s for an app will not mean you are going to download them. They just take you to where you need to go if you do want to download them.
The reason that I always use the phrase “limited time” when I say that an app for on sale/free “for a limited time” is because of three reasons.
- It helps me keep the posts consistent. That kind of thing bothers me, so I want to keep them consistent in design. Apps Name developed by Developer Name is normally Price but it is On Sale/Free for a limited time. It is compatible with the Devices and requires iOS Number or later.
- I do not always know how long they will be on sale/free. So, I say “for a limited time” so that you know the sale will end eventually and that the app is not now free or sold at a lower price permantly.
- For a while, if the app’s page said something like, “Free until October 23, 2013 at midnight!” I would include that in the post. However, I began to notice that, not all, but many apps would stay on sale/free past the date/time that the developer said it would. I would not want anyone to go, “Oh well, that stopped being free an hour ago.” So, I just say “for a limited time” as to try to avoid misleading anyone.