So it appears that Apple and some of their developers are promoting the Apple App Store by cutting prices on apps and games, some of which are already popular.
Apple has launched a new promotion in which it’s offering 100 of the top games and apps in its App Store for less than a buck each. The best thing is how easy that actually is.
If you’re staring at your iPhone and feeling bored, how about a few new cheap apps? Notably, the image editing app Pixelmator previously cost $5, and it’s joined by Real Racing, GoodReader, and Badland – all of which also cost around the same price originally. Games feature heavily throughout the promotion, with The Room Two, Goat Simulator, Need For Speed, Dead Space, and Cut The Rope 2 all taking center stage.
Normally for sale for £1.93 this massively popular app, downloaded an estimated 90 million times and with stellar reviews across the board, is now (at the time of publication) totally free. “Now is your chance to fill up your app library, as we are seeing all-time lows on games, productivity apps, photography apps and much more”, suggested 9to5Toys.