Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ get a limited Red Bull Ring edition

Vodafone Netherlands and Samsung have revealed the limited Red Bull Ring edition of the Galaxy S9 and S9+. It is named after the “Red Bull Ring” Formula One racing track in Austria and will be available in the Netherlands between April 16 and May 27.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+ Red Bull Ring Edition is actually nothing special: it’s just the glossy black variant of the device with an added twist – it comes with a Red Bull branded case. Putting the case on your Galaxy S9 / S9+ will change the UI appearance – you’ll see wallpapers …


Just for you: Here are 10 paid iOS apps free for a limited time

Sometimes life throws you a break. Like when April 15th falls out on a Sunday and the government extends the deadline to send in your tax payment to April 17th. Or you are browsing the App Store for a particular paid app when this article catches your eye, and you find the app you want is mentioned in it. That means, of course, that it is free because that’s what this article is all about.

So once again, feel free to browse the list below. For those who haven’t read this series before, if you do happen to run across an app that you want, install it immediately. After all, we don’t know when …

Here are nine more paid iOS apps that won't cost you anything for a limited time

The other day, we showed you seven paid iOS apps that are currently available for free. Just in case you couldn’t find an app that you could use, we now have another nine paid iOS apps that won’t cost you a penny to install on your iPhone or iPad. As usual, we should point out that these apps are free for a limited time only which means that if you do see something you like, download it immediately. The app won’t get any cheaper if you wait.

Among the apps available for free and three that can turn your iOS device into an extension of your Mac’s QWERTY keyboard, a remote control for your …

Here are seven paid iOS apps that are free for a limited time only

Everybody loves a freebie. That is why BOGO deals are so popular. And this extends to paid apps that are free for a limited time only. Today, we have a list of seven such iOS apps that normally would require you to shell out some money to purchase. Just keep in mind that at any time, the developers behind these seven apps could decide to start charging for them again. In other words, be decisive and don’t procrastinate. If you don’t like an app you’ve installed, just uninstall it. You’re not getting charged anyway.

Among the paid iOS apps that you can install for free is one that normally …

Deal: Square Enix's Life Is Strange is free on iOS for a limited time

Life Is Strange made its debut on iOS back in December, but publisher Square Enix decided that it’s already time to discount it so that more people could try out the choice-based narrative game.

Since Life Is Strange is a five part episodic game, just the first episode is on sale. So, for a limited time, iOS users can get the first episode, which usually costs $3, for free. The other four episodes aren’t on sale and their prices range from $1 to $5, or $9 for the entire bundle.

Unlike the PC and console versions, the iOS game comes with Life Is Strange iMessage stickers. On top of …

Deal: Hitman Sniper goes free for a limited time on Android and iOS

Hitman Sniper, one of the best mobile games launched in the last few years is now on sale in the App Store and Google Play. Some of you might remember that the game was available for free a few times in the past, but only the Android version.

The iOS version of Hitman Sniper is now free to download for the first time since the game’s launch back in 2015, at least to the best of our knowledge. Usually, Square Enix sells the game for $1 on both Android and iOS platforms, so you won’t save too much money, but you’ll be getting a great game.

Hitman Sniper promises to offer more than 150 …

Major Deal: Samsung Galaxy S9 costs only $595 at Boost Mobile (limited time offer)

Boost Mobile, one of Sprint’s prepaid brands, has a pretty cool Saint Patrick’s Day Promotion that allows customers to save 15% on any new Android phone. Of course, we’re talking about any phone from the ones that Boost is currently selling. Included here are the just-released Samsung Galaxy S9, or the older (but still powerful) Galaxy S8. In case you’re wondering, the S9+ and S8+ models are not available at Boost.
To get 15% off the Galaxy S9 or any other Android smartphone, you need to visit Boost Mobile’s website and use the promo code LUCKY at checkout.
Normally, …

These 5 premium Android icon packs are free for a limited time

If you love customizing your Android phone, you might be pleased to hear that several icon packs that are usually paid are now available for free on Google Play. Typically, the price of these icon packs is $1 or more, but now it’s possible to download them free of charge.

This assortment should give you some ideas for your next custom home screen masterpiece, just make sure you pick a nice wallpaper to match. Keep in mind that the freebie period on some of these ends soon, so act swiftly!

You can get a preview of each icon pack in the gallery above. The links …

Deal: Nokia Steel and Nokia Steel HR on sale for 20% off for a limited time

Nokia is running yet another promotion on its smartwatches, the Steel and Steel HR. Both have been discounted by 20% until March 11, but you’ll be required to use a certain code at checkout.

As some of you probably know by now, Nokia Steel usually sells for €129.95, but until the end of the week, you’ll be able to buy one for just €99.95. You don’t have to apply any discount codes at checkout when you buy the Nokia Steel, so don’t worry about that.

However, if you want the slightly more advanced Nokia Steel HR, you’ll have to come up with €189.95. Well, that’s pretty expensive in …

Motorola allegedly scraps the Moto X5, development of Moto Mods limited to only a few

Remember the news about the Moto X4 sequel that Motorola might launch at some point this year? We even had a picture of a prototype unit, so the leak was looking pretty solid at that time.

Unfortunately, it appears that Lenovo has decided to scrap the Moto X5 and not launch another X series phone going forward. AndroidPolice reports that despite the fact that Lenovo reduced Motorola’s workforce considerably, it’s still not enough to turn make the smartphone business profitable yet.

The canceling of the Moto X5 is the direct result of Lenovo’s strategy to cut costs. Moreover, Lenovo …