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Voice recognition is a feature that’s becoming increasingly widespread in smartphones, but did you know that you can get it on your Mac and PC, too? With Dragon NaturallySpeaking 23 Home from Nuance, you can control your digital world using only your voice.

Use it to create documents, write emails, take notes, or even just to update your Facebook status, and you’ll get things done up to three times faster than if you’d have used your keyboard. And for a limited time, you can get Dragon NaturallySpeaking for just $79.99 — that’s 20% off — thanks to Cult of Android Deals.


Our digital devices have a habit of dying on us when we need them most, and power outlets aren’t always easy to come by. That’s why it’s always a good idea to carry a portable battery pack like the Limefuel Lite, which carries enough juice to power multiple devices for a whole weekend. Thanks to Cult of Android Deals, it’s just $34.99 — but now’s your last chance to get it.


If you rely on mobile devices all day, every day, then having a power pack with you to top them up when they get low on juice is a must. And despite what you might think, they don’t have to be big, bulky units that weigh down your bag.

Take the LithiumCard, for instance: It’s small enough to fit in your wallet and it boasts HyperCharging technology for rapid power when you need it — and thanks to Cult of Android Deals, it’s just $39.99 (down from $55) for a limited time.


If you’re itching to get in app, game, or web development and design, but you’ve never written a life of code in your life, then the Dynamic Dev Power Bundle is where to start With over 170 hours of content, it’ll teach you all you need to know about producing and publishing software for Android, iOS, and the web using a whole host of tools, including Unity 3D and Xcode.

And there’s never been a better time to start, because for a limited time only, this course has an incredibly 92% off thanks to Cult of Android Deals, bringing its price down to just $59.


In Star Trek, the crew of the Enterprise would routinely beam down to a planet, pull out their trusty tricorders and scan the environment for a multitude of different things, like gas levels and air quality.

Now you can have something like a tricorder for yourself. The Sensordrone Bluetooth Sensor has 11 sensors packed into a tiny housing that collects real data on your surroundings, and thanks to Cult of Android Deals, it’s just $149 for a very limited time.

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