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Each week we scour current Google Play promotions and cherry-pick the best of the best. This week you get to land the Space Shuttle!

Because app sales are temporary affairs, by the time you read this, these may no longer be on sale. Worry not: Simply check back next week for some more Android deals!

Apps

MoreQuicklyPanel ($1.59, now $0.99)

MoreQuicklyPanel is a A toggle widget in your notification pull-down drawer. Supports KitKat, lets you sport that old-school look on a recent-model phone. You can toggle Wi-Fi, Bl8etooth, Airplane mode, data sync, and more. MoreQuicklyPanel also lets you pick your own colors for the icons, the background, and the separator — as well as move the icons around.

BIG Launcher ($10, now $5)

This is a fun one: If your loved ones (or yourself) find run-of-the-mill Android launchers too overloaded with fiddly features, confusing to use, and generally frustrating — BIG Launcher tries to help. It offers a simple interface for most of the phone’s primary features and lets you get to what you need, quickly.

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SketchBook Pro ($4.99, now $2.99)

One of the best-loved drawing apps for Android, now almost half off. With its signature circular interface, over 100 brush presets, and support for pen pressure (if your device supports it), SketchBook Pro gives you lots of tools to play with. Price does not include artistic talent.

SketchBook Mobile ($1.99, now $0.99)

The mini-version of SketchBook, aimed to play nice on your phone. Like its older sibling, it supports pen-only mode for use for Galaxy Note devices. Has pinch-to-zoom, and also lets you pan with two fingers. Supports multiple layers.

Games

Machinarium ($4.99, now $2.99)

The first thing you’ll notice about Machinarium is the utterly unique graphical style. A side-scrolling adventure game, Machinarium recently introduced support for Immersive Mode for KitKat devices, as well as pinch-to-zoom, making it more easy to play on smaller screens.

Animaonline SNES Emulator ($1.99, now $0.99)

Not a game per se, but a gateway to a massive collection of games. Supports network co-op and multiplayer, cheats, shortcuts, and of course, on-screen controls. Very highly rated.

F-Sim Space Shuttle ($4.49, now $0.99)

This is a very particular flight simulator: Not only does it support only one specific aircraft (the Space Shuttle), it supports only one maneuver: Landing the space shuttle. You can either start at 10,000 feet when you’re already aligned with the runway, or at 50,000 feet, before banking into the heading alignment cone. The orbiter glides onto the landing strip, so there are no second chances. Well, there are, really. but you know what I mean.

C.H.A.O.S Multiplayer Air War ($2.99, now $0.99)

A dogfight game where you get to fly a combat helicopter. You get to fly a Black Hawk, a Comanche, and a bunch of other attack choppers. The game bills itself as a “realistic” helicopter simulator — I wouldn’t count too much on realism here, but you will get some pretty impressive explosions, and lovely locations to fly around.

Tune in next week for some more great Android deals! And of course, feel free to share your finds and favorites in the comments below.

  1. Suleiman
    May 16, 2014 at 8:35 pm

    Oooops! As of now F-Sim Space Shuttle is a whooping $8.92 Canadian dollar.

  2. indolent
    May 16, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    The space shuttle game shows up as $7.99 for me.

  3. likefunbutnot
    May 16, 2014 at 2:23 pm

    GTA San Andreas in on sale in the Amazon App store for $7, but it includes $20 in Amazon Coins that can be used to buy other digital goods from Amazon.

    • Suleiman
      May 16, 2014 at 8:41 pm

      GTA San Andreas is by far the best game i have, i got it for the same price from Google store and i am rocking this babe on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 like there is no tomorrow. You should see the people's reaction when i am playing it on subway. Just to add up, you can hook ps3 controller to your phone and play this game too. Not only that but you can get an HDMI cable and hook your phone to your huge tv and play it there. Youtube it and you will see how it is done.

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