It used to be Black Friday. Then came Cyber Monday. Then came Countdown to Black Friday. Any way you slice it, people are starting their holiday shopping earlier every year.
To help out, I’m offering my Where Did I Put It?, Gift Tagger, and all the other bestselling Digital Media Mom for 99 cents each through 12/15/15. Those first two are the ones that really have your back when it comes to holiday shopping, though.
Gift Tagger (5/5 stars) makes it easy to ensure you’re getting the gifts friends & family really want by keeping track of their birthdays, anniversaries, sizes and favorites (colors, teams, movies, hobbies, candy, flowers, more!). Gift Tagger also allows you to enter the names & phone numbers of people related to your gift recipients (parents, spouses, partners, friends), and on devices with voice call capability, call them from within the app to help you fill in the blanks. On devices with an SD card, the included Backup/Export and Import functions mean you won’t lose your data when you switch to a new phone or tablet.
No more guesswork at gift-giving times: give personalized, thoughtful gifts they really want
No more wasted time and money on gifts they won’t like, or that don’t fit
No more resorting to cash or gift cards
No ads, In-App Purchases (IAPs), data-gathering, internet connection or fishy permissions
I was inspired to create Where Did I Put It? (5/5 stars) after yet another year of being unable to remember where I’d stashed some holiday gifts I’d bought and hidden weeks before the big day. I thought, “There ought to be an app for this!” So I wrote one. Use Where Did I Put It? to keep track of:
– Gifts you’ve hidden
– Kids’ belongings after travel or visitation
– Items you’ve lent
– Items you’ve put into storage
– Valuables you’ve temporarily stashed
– Anything else you like!
Note that like all Digital Media Mom apps, Where Did I Put It? has no ads or in-app-purchases (IAPs) and doesn’t require any internet connection to run. Where Did I Put It? can be installed to, and run from, a memory card on mobile devices that have them. Permissions: Verify device state (to tell if you’ve turned off your device) and Write To/Delete From SD Card (on devices with memory cards only, to allow user to move the app onto or off of the SD card). That’s it!
Other DMM App Bestsellers Included In The Sale
I’ve also decided to mark down all the other bestselling Digital Media Mom apps as part of this promotion. Apps included are:
SextHelper (5/5 stars) is a messaging app that comes pre-loaded with 100 fun, clever, flirty text messages as well as a SextLibs screen you can use to build your own, original messages from picklists and text boxes. The provided content is not explicit, it’s PG-13 along the lines of, “Wear something you won’t miss after I rip it off you tonight,” but users who are more daring can use the SextLibs screen to take it to the next level.
While this app and the one that follows have MANY more permissions requirements than most Digital Media Mom apps, that’s only because they’re messaging apps that allow the user to select a Contact (contacts list permissions), send a text message to that contact (network, account, device and messaging permissions) and receive confirmation that message was sent (network, account, device and messaging permissions). Also note, this app is known to have compatibility issues with Boost Mobile phones/network.
Talk Nerdy To Me (5/5 stars) is a messaging app that comes pre-loaded with 100 nerdy, funny, flirty text messages as well as a Nerdy SextLibs screen you can use to build your own, original messages from picklists and text boxes. See screenshots on the app’s product page for examples. Like SextHelper, this app is known to have compatibility issues with Boost Mobile phones/network.
Yarn crafters and artisans: don’t you just HATE how when you find a great pattern and want to start a new project, the first thing you have to do is open all your yarn stash bins and pull everything out to see if you have an appropriate yarn on hand? Especially when you’re planning to give handcrafted gifts for the holidays, you can find yourself having to go through this routine over and over again between Labor Day and New Year’s.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could store photos of all your yarns and all their important details (e.g., dye lot, style, weight, quantity per skein, number of skeins on hand, etc.) plus notes of your own about each yarn in a database instead? Yarnventory (5/5 stars) is the answer!
In addition to letting you store and edit yarn photos and details, on devices with an external SD card Yarnventory lets you back up, export, and re-import your Yarnventory database. This is useful for transfer to a spreadsheet, or for backup and restore of data if your device is lost or replaced — just install a fresh copy of Yarnventory and import your existing data.
Willpower is an app based on recent research into how and why habits form, and how to overcome bad habits. When you’re tempted to drink, smoke, eat junk food, text your ex or do something else you know you’ll regret later, open up Willpower and complete a very simple, short, distracting activity in the form of tapping an X when it appears onscreen to redirect your brain, regain focus and derail the ‘habit loop’ in under two minutes so you can get on with your day.
NOT just an informational app: Willpower is an interactive activity app that helps you make better choices and overcome bad habits. See the Help screenshot on the app’s product page for full details on the research that inspired this app.
Note that some are leaving 1-star reviews that have lowered this app’s overall rating to 3/5 because they didn’t read the full description and were expecting an exciting game app. Willpower is not a game app, it’s an app that helps you re-train your brain through a very short, distracting onscreen activity.
Permissions: Verify device state (to tell if you’ve turned off your device); Write To/Delete From SD Card (on devices with memory cards only, to allow user to move the app onto or off of the SD card); Vibrate, to vibrate the phone when the user succeeds in the game (when played on a device with vibration capability). That’s it!
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