Nobody likes paying more than they have to, but when it comes to finding the best deals and sales on mobile apps, it’s not so easy. There’s so many apps and new ones come out daily. It would take hours to chase them all down and who has time like that on their hands?
The new Best App Sale application is available for free (with displayed ads) and shows you the best sales on apps & games for your Android device, the Steam store (for PC games and apps) and for your Playstation devices on PSN (PS3, PS4, PSVita, PSP).
The Best App Sale application is enabled for social media sharing, and actual prices displayed may vary depending on where you live. By using the discount percentage, download count, or all apps and games by the same developer filters, you’ll be able to find the exact type of app you’re looking for. You can filter for up to 33 different categories and if advertisements bother you, there’s a premium upgrade available.
If you’re a bargain hunter and like to shop for good deals and bargain-basement prices, the Best App is a ‘must have.’ This is a good challenger to more established deals applications, too.
Best App Sale Features:
- new sales alerts
- Only the best apps, games and wallpapers are included
- Like and comment sales
- Price history for the app
- price drops of selected apps alerts
- filter by discount, downloads, category
- Share sales with your friends or colleagues through social media
- Get notifications about other versions (e.G. free, lite, HD)
- Go to developer homepage and app trailer
Best App Sale Ratings and Reviews
Received a 4.0 out of 5.0 rating with 92 reviews.
Most of the reviews were five star with a total of forty-eight; there were eighteen four star ratings, fourteen three-star ratings, six two stars and six one star ratings.
Google Play download for Best App Sale here.
Android download for Best App Sale here.
Some of the low-ratings were based on price, such as this one:
Great for finding apps on sale. Price history graph is also shown. Curious why Google Play does not have a built-in feature like this. Beware of worthless apps. Not all apps on sale are good. I hate the ads put into the recent release. You can turn them off by buying a subscription. I don’t think that when people search for App Sales that they are looking to spend more. I hope that someone makes an ad free version. (A Google User – Gave a one star review)
Ads Ok, extortionate $4 annual subscription fee not ok…. And…. The pricing history graph needs to be longer than 60 days…Not really useful at all as is. 180 days as a minimum, or just have a schedule of price changes like “appshopper” does for ios apps. – 1 star for that. – 2 stars for the extortionate subscription fee. This should be a one off fee. And minus another 1 star for the constant subscription fee pop-ups.
As I see it, you can’t have it both ways. The developer needs to make money either by advertising or charging for an advertisement-free version. Has it come down to four dollars for an app is considered ‘pricey’ and extortionate? Four bucks doesn’t seem unreasonable to me.