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Topic # 67816 8-Sep-2010 18:32 Send private message

Hi all,

Some of you may already be aware of the website appshopper.com. For those who aren't, it is a website which keeps track of (all?) new apps in the Apple app store, as well as price changes to existing apps. I find it particularly useful to see which paid apps are currently free for a short period of time!

Well they have just released an iPhone/iPad app which gives you all the same app goodness, but in a more convenient app. Totally recommend checking this free app out. Could save you hundreds!


Cheers.

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  Reply # 378001 8-Sep-2010 20:39 Send private message

Yep I too can recommend, have found some good new free apps with AppShopper app.

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Joseph

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  Reply # 378183 9-Sep-2010 12:22 Send private message

Thanks for this, very useful!

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