App Price Drops by Apple Sliced
By Lonely CEO Media LLC
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
The official App Price Drops app from Apple Sliced (http://applesliced.com).
Apple Sliced has always helped you track the lowest prices on Apple products, but now we also help you find the best app deals for the iPhone and iPad!
App prices are constantly in flux, so we track price changes for all the top apps in the iTunes App Store. View price drops by Popular apps, Free apps, and several other categories.
App Price Drops is the cleanest and simplest way to find the best deals on popular apps (while also discovering other great apps).
If you have any questions, please visit http://applesliced.com/ask and we will respond promptly.
What's New in Version 1.22
Speed improvements, updated price alert feature. **** ALSO: If you have to re-scroll after hitting the back button, please upgrade to iOS 5. It is a free upgrade for iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S / iPod touch 3rd & 4th generation / iPad, iPad 2.
v 1.22: Best thing since sliced bread!
Don’t be scared off by the 2012 update date: I’ve been using this App Price Drops by Apple Sliced app for about 3 years now (October 2014) and it runs fine on my new-ish 5s and iPad Mini with retina display, iOS 8.02. Never a glitch or blip, and it has a much broader selection of apps in different categories than the other 5 or 6 price-tracker apps I've tried. The complaint reviews seem to be about the apparent lack of really big price cuts, from what the App Store has listed. I tracked a few very expensive anatomy apps ($20 +), and this app let me set a price I was willing to pay. Then, it emailed me when the apps dropped to my preferred price for a few days, as a developer promo. You can also just look at free apps, but sometimes I know what I want (I know that developer makes exceptional apps), but I just can’t / don’t want to pay the full list price, and I’m willing to wait. For those few days, the App Store will show the temporary price, too, Because The Developer Has Temporarily Dropped The Price: the same thing happens with AppAdvice’s Appsgonefree. The one-star ratings do not reflect this app, just the way apps are put on sale, to get people to use them and tell their friends to buy it, even, if/when the price goes back up. (And this app’s UI lets you decide if you want to look at Everything, just Free Apps, just Games or Utilities, etc, and set an “alert price" you are willing to pay. Very Good Job!)
One of the "must-haves"!
I love perusing through this app, and it's awesome to get the lowdown on each app's price history. I use this in conjunction with AppAdvisor, AppShopper, AND AppsGoneFree. I know this might seem redundant to have multiple apps that basically do the same thing, BUT when it comes to your selection of apps, let's face it: there are SO many apps out there that it just isn't possible to "track" all of them in just one app. For example, I get notifications every day with AppsGoneFree. But they might only list up to 6 apps that have gone free. No worries, just check out THIS app also. Use AppShopper to create a Wish List if you just wanna watch an app for a while to see if the price changes or drops -- sometimes it's worth the wait also since developers are always making improvements! Regardless, these kinds of apps are invaluable to us as consumers! Apps costing .99 or even 1.99 can really add up before you know it. It's worth the effort to read reviews and track the apps you think you want BEFORE you pay for them!
What's better than FREE?
Great app! Better than many of the other apps that searches for price drops on various iPhone/iPad apps that I have. I really don't bother checking those apps anymore. They both essentially show the same apps that recently dropped in price. By far, this one is a keeper!! I just download it. If I don't want it, I can delete it. But, I don't have to ever pay if the price goes back to its original, since I basically have an inventory full of apps that I don't use but will never have to pay if I want it again. I don't have kids, but I like the fact that I can get free G rated apps for children's of any age range and they can play or read on my iPhone to keep them busy while their mom & I can talk, cook, clean ... And, when I leave - I delete and put my own personal favs back on my iPhone.
Long review, but just can't say enough good things!!
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Feb 18, 2012
- Version: 1.22
- Size: 3.2 MB
- Languages: English, Spanish
- Seller: Lonely CEO Media LLC
- © 2011 Apple Sliced
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.