Steam’s annual Summer Sale kicked off this afternoon, with the digital content service offering dozens of games each day at discounts of up to 80 percent.
The popular iOS game Infinity Blade II is free for the next week as part of Apple’s “App of the Week” promotion. Related to the promotion, developer Chair Entertainment has also discounted 2012’s Infinity Blade III to $2.99, down from its regular price of $6.99. You can grab both apps now from the iOS App Store.
The fine folks over at Humble Bundle have just launched the Humble Daily Bundle, a group of great deals for a price you set, with new content every day for the next two weeks. They’re kicking off the promo with a great group of games such as Saints Row: The Third and Dead Island. You can pick them up now, and donate part of your purchase price to charity, over at the Humble Bundle website.
Users who want the complete Office for iPad experience will need an Office 365 subscription, and Microsoft just announced a new way to pick up the $100 per year subscription for free. Starting Friday, iPad owners simply need to bring their device to a Microsoft Retail Store and they’ll receive an Office 365 Home Premium subscription for free.
EA has been widely criticized for its poor mobile update to the original Dungeon Keeper game, but the company hopes to win back the hearts of some fans this Valentine’s Day by teaming up with GOG.com to offer the original PC version of Dungeon Keeper for free this weekend.
Windows Phone users should check their email for an early Christmas present from Microsoft. The Redmond software giant wants to thank its users for a great year with Windows Phone by offering a free 20GB upgrade of SkyDrive storage.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX tablets are already relatively affordable, but the company this weekend unveiled a new plan to sell even more devices by offering eligible customers an interest-free payment plan. New Kindle Fire HDX buyers can pay off the device in four equal payments, with no fees other sales tax. But not everyone is eligible, and customers will want to read the terms of the deal before signing up.
Apple on Monday launched its “12 Days of Gifts” campaign, an annual promotion that offers users twelve days of free iTunes and App Store content to celebrate the holidays. Notably, U.S. customers will be able to participate this year for the first time.
Don’t wait for October 31st to have some frightening fun. Game retailers Steam and Good Old Games are holding Halloween sales with good discounts on spooky games from now until November 1st.
Coffitivity is a great productivity service that recreates the ambiance of a bustling coffee shop no matter where you are, based on studies that show increased productivity and concentration in the presence of steady background noise. Now that the iOS app is free, it’s a great time to give it a try.