Grab all Liquid Daffodil apps for less with ✿+☮=❥ for Windows 8 and Windows Phone

We previously looked at ✿+☮=❥, or better referred to as "Liquify", an app that enables fans of Liquid Daffodil to download Windows and Windows Phone apps by the developer at a reduced cost. We're now pleased to announce the app is now available on the Windows and Windows Phone Stores.

The idea is to offer subscriptions that are one-time purchases and each unlock apps across Windows 8, Windows Phone or both. For those who don't know, Liquid Daffodil is the developer behind such titles as glƏƏk!Add to Contactsflyby! and JamTiles.

Since some of the apps produced by Liquid Daffodil share similar features and / or functionality, this provides consumers an option to choose which app they prefer without forking out for apps you won't use. Here's a quick overview of the new apps and subscriptions:

Users of either the Windows or Windows Phone Liquify apps will be able to purchase any of the available subscriptions (you don't have to use the Windows Phone app to unlock all the Liquid Daffodil Windows Phone apps). Unfortunately this doesn't include Windows Phone 7 owners as the software doesn't support in-app purchases - you'll have to use the Windows 8 app. Here are the available subscriptions:

  • Unlimited Liquid for Windows Phone - Unlock all current and future Liquid Daffodil apps for Windows Phone
  • Unlimited Liquid for Windows - Unlock all current and future Liquid Daffodil apps for Windows
  • Unlimited Liquid Gold - Unlock all current and future Liquid Daffodil apps for both Windows and Windows Phone

We're looking at more than $50 worth of apps on offer here. Access to all Liquid Daffodil apps can be found within the app itself so be sure to check out the listing for more details and links. You can download ✿+☮=❥ on Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 (we'll update the post when the Windows Store link finally works - not long to go now).

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Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.