All Liquid Daffodil apps now available for free through June 7th
Attention all Windows Phone users! Liquid Daffodil, the developer brand behind the likes of glƏƏk!, ...I'm a WP7, among other popular apps, has made all apps available for free through June 7th. Starting today, you'll be able to make a saving of $6.96 (£5.36) should you download every app on offer. Why has this deal been applied? ...I’m a WP7! has been awarded 'Best Free App' in the 2012 WP App List Awards, as well as coming 2nd in 'App of the Year'.
A quick recap on what apps are now available for free from the developer:
- Add to Contacts
- Calendar Search
- ...I'm a WP7 Extras! (I'm a WP7! is already free)
As illustrated by the image above, this deal will end on June 7th at 7am (PST). Find the QR codes below (in order of appearance above).
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By Jez Corden
PIcked up I am WP7andExtras for free just a few days ago
Good to see they are extending the free offers once again..
Anyone complaining about the deals not being in effect should wait 4 full days and actually buy their apps instead, they are well worth the money. Never forget that indie devs are the ones that make the marketplace shine ;)
If you're Noob, just understand that once a Developer submits a price change to the Microsoft Marketplace it takes a while for it to spread out across all of the Servers in the Marketplace, and until the one(s) your phone connects to have the new price, th o old one shows up. It doesn't usually take more than a day, sometimes much less, but the Developers who are giving us al this nice gift hav eno control over it at all.
Maybe WP Central would qualify their articles about these great delas a bit, as we see this same littany of frustration all the time. Perhaps there could be some kind of a marker on the Article to indicate when WPCentrallers begin to report availability in the major locales?
Anyway, Many Thanks to the Devs, and anyone's frustrations merely show how much your App is desired!
I know the dev doesn't owe us anything, but still... If an offer is not made world-wide, it should be clearly communicated in which countries' marketplaces the freebie will be available. Just to adjust readers' expectations.
Thanks a bunch!