Spoonjuice Announces Free Apps, Forever

9 Jan

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DMG Architect, Climate, Fun Booth and more are free forever!

San Francisco, CA – January 9, 2012: Spoonjuice, a Sourcebits company, is ringing in the new year by making a number of our most popular apps free not just for a day or a week, but forever. DMG Architect, Climate, Fun Booth, Valentines and Air Balloon are all available for the low, low price of absolutely zilch.

The price reduction of DMG Architect provides developers with a powerful tool that used to cost $30, now absolutely free. There’s been tremendous demand for this Apple-featured product, and we believe now is the time to give back to the development community at large by making it free from now on.

Below is the breakdown of all the apps going free and their previous prices:

DMG Architect: $29.99 → Free!

Climate: $0.99 → Free!

Fun Booth: $0.99 → Free!

Valentines: $0.99 → Free!

Air Balloon: $0.99 → Free!

TOTAL SAVINGS: Nearly $35

We’re very pleased to be able to offer these free apps and want to thank everyone who’s supported us along the way. This is our way of saying thanks and we look forward to an amazing year in 2012!

About Spoonjuice

Spoonjuice  is the app publishing division of Sourcebits, Inc. and has created some exceptional titles like Night Stand HD, Fun Booth 2 and The Plateau on the App Store.
http://www.spoonjuice.com/

About Sourcebits

Sourcebits is a software development company with offices in Bangalore, India and Atlanta, USA. Established in April 2006, the company employs 250+ award-winning developers and designers. Sourcebits is at the cutting edge of emerging technologies and has quickly become one of the world’s top destinations for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Android, BlackBerry, Adobe AIR and Web application development.
http://www.sourcebits.com/

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One Response to “Spoonjuice Announces Free Apps, Forever”

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