App Deals of the Day

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Apps, apps, they're good for the heart. The more you buy, the more you... save! (As long as you got them from #appdealz, that is.)

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Free Apps:

iOS:
Boxcar (iPhone) for $0 (normally $1.99) *pictured left
iPerformanceCoach (iPhone) for $0 (normally $1.99)
ABC Magnets (iPhone) for $0 (normally $1.99)
Iced In (iPhone) for $0 (normally $0.99) *pictured right
FaceMan (iPhone) for $0 (normally $1.99).
BeatStrip (iPhone) for $0 (normally $2.99).
Hardest Game (iPhone) for $0 (normally $1.99)
Talking Tubby (iPhone) for $0 (normally $0.99)
Task Aware (iPhone) for $0 (normally $1.99)
Calculator for the iPad (iPad) for $0 (normally $1.99)

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Android:
Gossip for $0
Bang Balls (Beta) for $0
Droid Tesla for $0

Paid Apps:

iOS:
Jules Verne's Return To Mysterious Island (iPhone) for $0.99 (normally $2.99)
Snood (iPhone) for $0.99 (normally $2.99)
Task Banger for $0.99 (normally $1.99)
ColorBlast! (iPhone) for $0.99 (normally $1.99) *pictured center
FaceSpy - A Very Discreet Spy Cam (iPhone) App for $.99 (normally $1.99)
The Mysterious Past of Gregory Phoenix (iPad) for $0.99 (normally $3.99)
iPACROSS (iPad) for $0.99 (normally $4.99)
The Stone of Destiny HD (iPad) for $0.99 (normally $3.99)
GT Racing: Motor Academy HD (iPad) App for $.99 (normally $6.99)

Android:
QuickDial for $3.82 (normally $4.10)
Droid Mini Golf - PRO for $2.00 (normally $3.00)
FingerPop for Android for $2.99 (normally $3.99)
Extreme Note Pro for $1.11

If you've discovered an awesome app deal please feel free to share in the comments below. If you're a developer with an awesome app deal (or a few free promo codes) shoot me an e-mail at cbonnington@gizmodo.com.

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