App & Tech News
Did you know that your free version of Angry Birds – or actually any free version of any app – is eating your battery life? As a smart phone user, you’re probably looking for ways to make sure that your battery life lasts long – and one way to do so is to charge your phone for a longer period of time. This new finding comes from a study done on Android powered mobile phones that most free applications running location based advertising consumes more battery than playing a paid version.
Although you have to pay for paid apps, you’re also getting something good in return because you get a better battery life ………………………………… read more: http://www.fox11online.com/
What Are Some Good Apps For Free Today?
On the prowl for free applications? Lucky you because there are some apps that are paid but are free right now. For the iPhone, you can get Awareness! The Headphone App which is usually sold at $6.99. Move the Box is also a logical game that is sold at $0.99. Music for Users, which plays ambient and binaural sounds is also free right now instead of being sold at $0.99 too. There’s more free music because Beats+ is also available for free.
It’s good to note that these applications are free only for a limited time so it’s best to download them now while they’re still free ………….. read more: http://appadvice.com/
Why Do Some People Still Want To Pay When There Are Already Apps for Free?
A lot of applications are already available free – indeed. There are free apps for games, news, entertainment, productivity and more. But, the question is, why do people still continue to pay? Take Stardoll for example – its an application that lets you dress or redress virtual mannequins and they have a free or paid version. Around 1% of the subscribers or 2 million of them are paying, generating as much as €50 each a year or tens of millions of euros for the developer. And what’s the difference? Better cuts or shades of pixels.
Find out what else runs through the minds of millions and why they continue to shell out money when there are already good choices for free ………………….. read more: http://www.guardian.co.uk/