Looking to download a few great premium apps while saving some money this weekend? Check out these five apps and games, all on sale or free.
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Plants vs. Zombies
Perhaps the greatest tower defense game ever released, Plants vs. Zombies is a game in which players must plant zombie-resistant greenery in order to prevent a diseased horde from attacking their house. There are endless upgrades to bigger, better, stronger plants as zombies become harder and harder to fend off.
Plants vs. Zombies is temporarily available free for Android on the Amazon App Store.
A simple, effective mobile photo editor, Process allows users to apply preset effects and filters to their images and adjust colors. Process isn’t Photoshop, but it expands Instagram’s offerings so that users can manipulate images and tinker with exposure and balance. The app is typically $14.99.
Process is on sale for $0.99 the App Store.
A note-taking app that also allows users to annotate documents, Noteshelf is an elegant program that is as much fun to look at as it is practical. It offers a variety of writing surfaces, from legal, to plain white, to graph paper, as well as a series of writing styles. Users can keep multiple notebooks in order to separate documents and notes in different subjects.
Noteshelf is on sale for $2.99 in the App Store.
By running Plex on your computer, the app allows you to access all personal media on your mobile Android device. Music, videos, and photos are all available on your phone through Plex, along with feature length movies and entire seasons of television shows; Plex is a way of rethinking the utility of cloud storage.
Plex is temporarily available free for Android on the Amazon app store.
Resident Evil 4
Capcom decided to give its fans a Halloween gift this year by lowering the price on one of its most downloaded iPad games. The Resident Evil series has been around for years, but this mobile-friendly version has brought the dimension and charm of the original games to a smaller screen. Down from $6.99 for a limited time, Resident Evil 4 is worth downloading if you’re looking for a Halloween game this year.
Resident Evil 4 is on sale for $1.99 in the App Store.