AccuWeather is one of my favorite weather apps on Android (alongside WeatherPro). Not only does it look good, but I’ve also found it to be incredibly accurate, and it has some great features. There’s a free version if you don’t mind looking at nasty ads, but for a limited time, you can get the ad-free AccuWeather Platinum for just 99¢.
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Back in April, HTC and Facebook unveiled the HTC First, the latest addition to HTC’s family. Yesterday evening, AT&T posted an announcement informing users that they could pick up a HTC First for just $0.99, on a 2-year contract.
“Affordable” isn’t a word you would normally associate with high-quality Bluetooth headphones, because you usually have to spend a small fortune to get a set that sound truly great. But that’s no longer the case, thanks to The Runaway Collection from MEElectronics.
For just $57 — with $43 off for a limited time — you can bag a pair of AF32 Bluetooth stereo headphones that look great and sound terrific. They’re sleek and super comfortable, and Bluetooth connectivity means that they’re also completely wireless.
The best way to listen to all the music you have stored on your smartphone or tablet is to stream it to a wireless Bluetooth speaker. With the BOOMBOT2 from BoomBotix, you can enjoy your music pretty much anywhere — whether you’re going on vacation, taking a trip to the beach, or just popping to the park for a picnic.
It’s completely water resistant, so it’s great for chilling out next to the pool, and it syncs with any Bluetooth-connected device. The BOOMBOT2 also has a clip so you can attach it to your bag, your bike, your belt, or your pocket. What’s more, with Cult of Android deals you can get it for just $49 — that’s 30% off — for a limited time.
Are you in the market for a new Android tablet? How about a tablet equipped with a Tegra 3.0 1.6GHz processor and a 10.1-inch full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels? If this could be what you are looking for, then you are in luck.
Looking for a new tablet that’s lightweight, portable, and perfect for life on the go? The Skytex Imagine 7 HD is exactly that. Powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, this device provides you with all the power you need to run the latest Android apps and games on a gorgeous HD display, but it’s still small enough to slip into your bag. What’s more, it comes with a free case, free shipping, and it costs just $159.
Upon the release of the HTC One, HTC made an offer to potential buyers that they could not refuse. Customers who upgraded to the company’s latest flagship device would receive a $100 gift card. This offer disappeared pretty quickly, but luckily for you, it’s now back on their site for new sign-ups.
Amazon Wireless has been slashing prices on Samsung’s popular Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II devices following the unveiling of the Galaxy S4 on Thursday evening. Available through Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, the Galaxy S III is now on sale for just a penny, while the Galaxy Note II can be picked up for $69.99 — that’s more than $500 off its regular retail price.
If you’re a designer, then today’s Cult of Android deal is one you won’t want to pass up! Get your hands on over 15,000 premium quality design resources with the Endless Designer Toolkit bundle for just $49. It includes all the Photoshop gradients, stock photos, textures, and vectors you’ll need to give yourself a competitive edge.
AT&T is currently offering new Nexus 7 customers a “special offer” through the Google Play Store, which will see $100 of credit added to your bill when you take out a new two-year data plan. The deal applies to the HSPA+ Nexus 7 and it’s valid until Thursday, February 14. But is it really worth it? We’re not so sure.