Heading into the 4th of July weekend, many developers are using the holiday as an excuse to cut prices on their Apps. Prominent developers such as EA and Gameloft are amongst the participants. A running list of all App Store price drops can be seen here.
Meanwhile, sister site AppShopper.com, which tracks all App Store sales and updates, has updated their iOS App with a number of new features, including App Store ratings, and links to 3rd party reviews.
- Top 200 rankings
- App Ratings
- Links to 3rd party app reviews
- Automatically loads apps when scrolling to the bottom of a list
- New filters for search
- Email notification settings
- Disable push notifications during certain times of the day
- In-app AppShopper account registration
- Share an app’s info via Twitter, Facebook, email and more
- Various bug fixes
The AppShopper app is available for free in the App Store [Link].
Top Rated Comments
Not really sure when the screenshot was from, but I just checked on my iPhone and Capo is still $19.99 (not $1.99).
In the App Store (US), I see it selling for $2.99.
Even on the iOS Page
Its been out for 2 days now