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Update: Pricing alterations for Windows 8 apps should now be live for the next 24 hours (note that Windows Phone apps offer has passed).

To celebrate the launch of Unification, Liquid Daffodil's answer to a notification center for both Windows and Windows Phone platforms, the developer has altered pricing for numerous apps so consumers can download highly rated content that are Unification ready and prepare themselves for when the Unification app is finally listed on the respective stores.

If you're not familiar with Unification and don't understand what this is all about, Liquid Daffodil is preparing to release its own notification center that will enable consumers who own Windows Phone 7 / 8 and Windows 8 / RT hardware to enjoy a unified experience, with third-party developers able to bring notifications and other alerts together in a single app.

This is an exciting deal with almost $50 worth of apps available for absolutely nothing. So which apps from Liquid Daffodil are now listed for free for consumers to enjoy?

For Windows Phone - Unification Ready:

Others (that do not currently support Unification):

Unification App
The Unification Windows Phone app

The developer also supports Windows 8 / RT. For Windows 8 - Unification Ready:

Others (that do not currently support Unification):

We previously looked at the array of apps before, so be sure to look up each title and read more about the apps. As for Unification, be sure to check out our quick video walkthrough of the app itself (if you haven't already done so).

You can download the apps that are currently free for the next 24 hours by using the links above and QR codes below (in same order as above list, left to right - price alteration have been confirmed to be live though some apps may take some time before reflecting the price drop). The devloper urgers consumers to rate the apps accordingly and to fire emails with feedback for improvements to be implemented.

When can we expect to see the actual Unification apps released for Windows and Windows Phone? Very soon indeed. Everything is currently being approved, trickling through Microsoft's systems. 

QR: Cowlick     QR: flyby!

QR: Gleek!     QR: Locksider

QR: Cumulotweetus


Reader comments

Liquid Daffodil giving away apps for free, preparing for Unification release


Actually it is available. I have it too. No joke! Last night Liquid Dafodil tweeted saying it was available so I clocked on their link and it too me to it in the store.

Yes they are! The only reason I'm using Mehdoh instead of their apps is cause of the souncloud dashboard...

Log in to and "purchase" the apps there. So long as you already have a Windows Phone on your account then you should be golden.

If the phone's on and has coverage, you can send apps to it from I think there's a limit on how many you can send every day.

Yes but only after one week but you have to keep them in the fridge, if not they will start smelling bad. You might deep-freeze  them, but I am not sure that you will be abel to wake them up after that.
God luck and have a happy 1st. of Avril

Folks, seems to be a slight delay on the Windows 8 price update. We'll keep those free too, at least 24 hours from when they update. Should just be a few hours delay.

Every article today i've skipped to the bottom for hints of April humor, prior to reading...

Yeah, funny coincidence but no April Fool's here! They're giving it all away for free, just because they love their fans!

Im in the UK and i cant find the unification app in the store and the other apps arnt free, but when i scan the QR codes it takes me to the store and theyre free?????

Same here dosen't work either, though using gleek as twitter client and loocked in to Microsoft accounts on both apps.

Sigh, I tired late last night and again on seeing your comment, but both times all the Windows 8 apps were not free. :/

DL'd app 2 days ago, and it still doesn't work... Right now 5* idea, 1* app. It just simply doesn't work on my 920

I guess either you are not following the site regularly or you have missed this post. This is a 2 days old post, just  re-published to alert the Windows 8/RT apps price alteration.
There have been some problem with the Windows 8 store and that's why it took 2 days for price alteration. 


News: By Rich Edmonds, Wednesday, Apr 3, 2013 at 8:26 am


My post: Posted on Apr 3, 2013 at 10:51 am - 1 day ago


So 2 days old means Apr 1. Nice an offer during Easter Eve. The best way to limit the number of people who can use it...

It was updated due to some Store issues LD was having with their Windows 8 apps.

Currently when I search for an app like Gleek in the Windows 8 store it says it's free, but when I click it to open up the app description it still says $9.99 (this is in the US store).

If you go through the "Buy" process you'll receive a notice saying that the details have changed and it will then show as free.