SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive streams to 8 devices at once: 32GB $40 (Reg. $80), 64GB $55 (Reg. $120)

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Best Buy offers the SanDisk 32GB Wireless Media Drive for Smartphones or Tablets for $39.99 shipped. Today’s deal is over 50% off the original price, $35 better than Amazon’s current listing and the best price we can find. Additionally, the larger 64GB model is available for $54.99 shipped at Amazon or Best Buy.

These wireless portable drives all iPad, iPhone, Kindle or Android devices to wireless stream music, videos and more with SanDisk’s app or via a web browser. This means you can carry around a large amount of multimedia without taking up space on your device’s internal storage with up to five devices streaming video at a time, or eight devices with other files. The built-in battery can handle up to eight hours of use on a single charge.

Amazon users rate this wireless storage solution 4.1/5 stars.

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App Store promo – Great Games 50% off: Halo Spartan Strike $3 (Reg. $6), Implosion $5 (Reg. $10), more

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Apple is back again with another big sale on iOS games in the App Store. We saw some of these titles on sale through the week and now Apple has officially collected them as part of its “Great Games” sale. Many of these apps are big names that we rarely see go on sale.

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The full list of games that have been discounted:

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Bloons Tower Defense 5 for iPhone and iPad goes free as IGN’s iOS Game of the Month (Reg. $3/$5)

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IGN is now offering Bloons Tower Defense 5 for iPhone/iPod and the HD version for iPad as its free game of the month. These titles typically go for $3 and $5 respectively, with today’s price drop being only the second time the iPhone version has gone free and the first instance for the HD rendition. You can now download this game for free on iOS for iPhone or iPad.

Follow along as the Bloons build towers and try to protect their fortress from enemies. There are three different games modes and four separate skill levels, including a family friendly mode for everyone to play. See the full description below.

Check out our daily game/app roundups for more discounted and free iOS deals including the original Infinity Blade for free50% off the new Scanner Pro 6, free downloads of cooking app Green Kitchen ($5 value) and Star Walk 2 is the Apple free App of the Week. You’ll also find this month’s console freebies in our Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus roundups. Read more

App Store Free App of the Week: Star Walk 2 goes free for the first time ($3 value)

Apple has now officially selected Star Walk 2 – Guide to the Night Sky as the new App Store Free App of the Week. Regularly listed at $2.99, you can grab the app for free on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch from now through this time next week. This is the very first time we have seen the app go free directly on the App Store since it released in August 2014.

It received an Apple Design Award in 2014 and has been used by more than “10 million people”. Head below for more details: Read more

Readdle launches Scanner Pro 6 for iOS w/ updated features & release day pricing: $3 (Reg. $6)

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Today, popular productivity app developer Readdle has launched Scanner Pro 6. While we have seen the app drop down to free previous to being updated to the latest version this morning, Scanner Pro 6 is currently available for 50% off for a limited time. You can download the scanner app for $2.99 to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, but it will shoot back up to $5.99 once the limited release pricing period ends, which could be as early as tomorrow.

Even better, Readdle says the existing 7 million Scanner Pro customers will get the update for free. Head below to find out what made it the number 1 app in 20 countries and what version 6.0 brings to the table: Read more

App Store Free App of the Week: Warhammer Snotling Fling ($4 value)

Apple has now officially handpicked Warhammer: Snotling Fling as the new Free App of the Week. The catapult crasher regularly goes for $4 and can be downloaded onto your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch for free until this time next week. While we have seen it dip down to $1, this is the very first time it has gone free on the App Store.

Head below for more details and some gameplay footage: Read more

App Store Free App of the Week: Slayin endless RPG goes free for the first time ($1 value)

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Apple has now officially selected Slayin as the new Free App of the Week. This is the very first time the 8-bit inspired endless RPG has gone free for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, having been listed at $1 since it released in April of 2013. It has amassed an impressive 4.5 star rating from 27,249 reviewers in the mean time.

Head below for details on Slayin and to see the highly rated rogue-like RPG in action: Read more

Agent 47 returns to iOS with the new Hitman Sniper game

Update (6/4 12:55pm): Hitman Go is now available for just $1, down from its usual $5. While we did see the app go free once as part of Apple’s offerings, this is matching the best price have seen outside of that. More iOS deals here.

Following the release of the last main console entry in the long running Hitman franchise, Square Enix took the franchise mobile with the stellar, board-game style Hitman GO. Now Square is back with another iOS game starring Agent 47: Read more

Giveaway: Intrepid’s Journeyman messenger bag worth $379 is great for work or play

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Update (5/30 12:01pm): @christianareas is our winner – thank you to everyone that entered our contest!

Back in the fall, we reviewed Interpid’s Journeyman messenger bag and were impressed with the quality of its leather as well as its overall versatility.

This week we’ll be giving one away, head below for more details on the bag and how to enter to win. Read more

Bloxels lets anyone design video games with no programming knowledge needed

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Who hasn’t been playing a video game and thought, “this is great, but I could’ve made it better.” Well now you can make it better with Bloxels. Just build the level you want using the color coded blocks in the real world, take a picture with your smartphone or tablet then customize the look on screen in the Bloxels app.

Check out the video below of Jack, age 9, building his own level and uploading it with his iPad. Read more