Amazon UK offer a free app every day, you can down load their App store here.
Spotted a good free app? Post it up here!
In our house we have Plants vs Zombies on 2 Pcs, ipod touch, Nintendo DS, xbox 360 and as of about 2 weeks ago, my N7. I think that may show you how we feel about the game :)
We all love it, and hope that the recently announced sequel will be just as enjoyable!
Gravilux – 1/09/2012
Greedy Spiders 2 – 2/09/2012
Missile Defender – 3/09/2012
Going Nuts – 4/09/2012
Missile Defender is great with touch screen – I can’t even imagine how it used to work, did we move a cursor with a joystick. Or actually did the arcade version have a trackball?
I think I’d prefer it if there were a continuous play mode where it didn’t pause for night / day and just got faster and more frantic until you got overwhelmed. I played about 20 rounds last night and just got bored!
Installed Going Nuts this morning, anyone tried it?
OfficeSuite Professional 6 – 5/09/2012
Quite tempted by this but it gets poor reviews because of the permissions it requests. Has anyone else tried it?
Well, the functionality sounds good but I’ve yet to use other office suites. Have installed.
I didn’t like Going Nuts much, might see if my toddler can play it, else will be removing.
It gets good reviews on the Google Play store:
The permissions are explained here:
Thanks Locky. Normally a tenner? Bargain.
Quell Reflect – 6/09/2012
Splashtop Remote Desktop – 7/09/2012
Refraction – 8/09/2012
Is it just me or is frustrating that Amazon UK’s Appstore has absolutely no Web presence showing the list of available apps and the Free App of the Day? The Appstore app is dismally slow and yet UK users are forced to run it to even find out what the Free App of the Day is!
Contrast that with Amazon US – the http://www.amazon.com/ main “Shop by Department” menu has an “Appstore for Android” item (the http://www.amazon.co.uk site has no such section at all) and that item immediately tells you what today’s free app is.
As ever, Amazon shafts UK customers – 18 months to bring their Appstore to the UK, 18 months to bring the *second* version of the Kindle Fire to the UK (skipping the first one entirely and basically losing first adopters like me to the Nexus 7 instead) and when we do get the Appstore, it’s a half-assed non-Web effort with a different set of free apps of the day from the US one! Double facepalm doesn’t even cover it…