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Groupon is holding a fantastic promotion on the Chromecast [Deal]

Posted by wicked April - 18 - 2015 - Saturday Comments Off

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If you haven’t got your hands on a Chromecast yet, but have been meaning to do so, you may like to know that you can currently grab one for just $20 from Groupon. The company is also offering complimentary shipping and won’t be charging any sales tax, making this an unmissable deal.

Hit the source link below to find out more.

Source: Groupon

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Create mobile apps with the Android Design & Dev Bundle [DEALS]

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

Android is the world’s most popular mobile platform, partly due to the fact that it is open source and easily accessible. You can use it with dozens of devices, it’s easy to customize, and you can reconfigure the source code to design your own operating system. Develop your own apps for the Android mobile operating system with the skills you’ll learn when you purchase the Android Design & Dev Bundle, marked down by a massive 89% at Android Community Deals.

The Android Design & Dev Bundle packs three courses and more than 44 hours of content into one low cost package. This bundle is full of information and training that’ll teach you how to develop for the Android platform, so you can design your own custom apps and more.

You’ll learn how to design a mobile app from scratch, including key user experience and design principles, so that your apps are not only functional but also a joy to use. You’ll develop apps using the Java coding language, as well as the best practices to ensure your workflow is as efficient as possible.

Best of all, you don’t need to be programming genius to excel in these courses. In fact, even if you have absolutely no coding experience, you can succeed as an Android app developer with the Android Design & Dev Bundle.

Embark on an exciting career as a developer for the leading mobile platform on the planet, Android. Save big and pay only $39.99 for the Android Design & Dev Bundle at Android Community Deals for a limited time only.

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Last Chance to get the Wireless Feather Bluetooth Earbuds [DEALS]

Posted by wicked April - 16 - 2015 - Thursday Comments Off

Immerse yourself in high quality audio with a pair of Wireless Feather Bluetooth Earbuds, more than half off at Android Community Deals. But act now because they’re only available at this price through Friday. Listening to music on the go shouldn’t be a hassle. But that’s exactly what it often is when you have to contend with poor quality earbuds with wires that restrict movement, get easily tangled, and eventually lead to a breakage. With a pair of Wireless Feather Bluetooth Earbuds, though, your listening experience is completely hassle free.

If you are into exercising, you absolutely must have a pair of these earbuds. They’re so lightweight, you’ll forget you’re wearing them. Plus, they connect to your audio device with a wireless Bluetooth connection. That means you can feel free to move as much as you want without accidentally pulling your buds out of your ears. In fact, your device could be as far as 30 feet away and you’ll still receive transmission that’s clear as crystal.

Your Wireless Feather Bluetooth Earbuds feature a noise-cancelling outer shell so nothing can distract you from your tunes. They come with a built-in microphone so you can take calls on the go, as well as three sizes of comfort-fit gelled earbuds to ensure the best fit possible. And, since they’re wireless, those pesky tangles are a thing of the past.

For a pair of high quality wireless earbuds you could easily expect to pay over $100. A pair of Wireless Feather Bluetooth Earbuds, by contrast, are priced right at only $24.99 at Android Community Deals right now and with free US shipping to boot. There’s even a shipping option for international customers. Hurry though, as you need to place your order by this coming Friday if you want a pair for yourself.

Android Community Deals is brought to you in cooperation with StackSocial. Generated revenue helps fund this site. Deals are curated by StackSocial and are not representative of the opinions of the Android Community staff.

Be protected online for life with this VPN Unlimited deal [DEALS]

Posted by wicked April - 14 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

You’re probably tired of hearing it, but Internet security and privacy are those things that need to get hammered into everyone’s consciousness repeatedly until they become second nature. But despite their importance, the inertia needed to get things rolling is still just as tough to overcome. Which is why deals like these, which give you a lifetime subscription of Internet protection via VPN Unlimited, are there to smoothen the road and sweeten the deal. It doesn’t hurt that it is being offered at an equally smooth and sweet 70 percent discount.

Like any other VPN service, VPN unlimited hides your tracks on the Internet through the use of Virtual Private Networks. Your data is hidden and your activities obfuscated by allowing you to make connections to servers all around the globe. It might sound shady, but in this day and age of surveillance and hacking, it’s a common and well known shield against unauthorized access to your online life.

With this subscription deal, you get that protection for the rest of your life without limits, at least as far as bandwidth and speed are concerned. Unlimited bandwidth and high-speed access should vanquish worries of slow Internet access. VPN Unlimited also works across all devices and platforms, with sad exception of Windows Phone. It is also available to any users in whatever country, except, somewhat unsurprisingly, China. The one caveat is that you can only use the service on at most 5 devices.

All of that you get for only $39, while the regular price $130. And that’s for a lifetime subscription of worry-free online privacy, courtesy of VPN Unlimited.

Android Community Deals is brought to you in cooperation with StackSocial. Generated revenue helps fund this site. Deals are curated by StackSocial and are not representative of the opinions of the Android Community staff.

Get alerted when you get hacked with Passrock Protection [DEALS]

Posted by wicked April - 13 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

We’ve espoused a lot of security and privacy tools at Android Community Deals, particularly VPN services that make you invisible to snooping eyes on the Internet. But sometimes, as hard as we try, we can still get compromised. And sometimes, that happens without our knowledge. Times like those, the important first step is getting informed when and where the compromise took place, so that you can take appropriate action at once. And this is exactly where the Passrock Hacker Protection service comes into play.

The way Passport works, it scours the so called “dark web” and underground forums to check for usage of your private information and credentials. The service can look out for credit card numbers, passwords, and up to 3 email accounts. If it discovers a leak or a hacking incident, it will immediately inform you of the incident, including details such as which data was compromised, when and where the data was found. This should allow users to take action, like close bank accounts or change passwords.

You can try out Passrock for free, and if you end up liking it a lot, you can take advantage of our limited time discount on the service. For only $24.99, which is 79 percent off the normal $120 fee, you get two years worth of protection. Passrock supports all platforms and devices and sends the alert over email. Do note that a maximum of 3 emails only can avail of this protection.

The one caveat to this setup is that the user implicitly trusts Passrock to keep his or her credentials safe, which practically means trusting a third party. That said, even Passrock admits that it isn’t infallible and it definitely can’t monitor everything, like offline activity. It might be best to first go through their FAQ before committing to the service.

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[Deal] Select Motorola Moto 360 models discounted through Best Buy, Amazon

Posted by wicked April - 10 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

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Didn’t pre-order an Apple Watch? That’s probably because you don’t have an iPhone or you did not want to wait weeks or months to get a smartwatch. If you want one right now, maybe the Moto 360 is worth a look because both Best Buy and Amazon (which we mentioned earlier) have select models discounted. The Motorola smartwatch, which is powered by Android Wear, can be purchased for as low as $179.

Check out the models listed in the links below. Let us know in the comments if you purchased one or already have a smartwatch on your wrist.

[Best Buy] [Amazon]

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Save on the cost of elite hacker protection with ibVPN [DEALS]

Posted by wicked April - 10 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

Statistics provided by the Federal Trade Commission indicate that the annual instances of identity theft number in the millions and that number is growing every year. That’s because hackers are constantly employing new methods of illegally obtaining your information. You don’t have to be a big corporation to be vulnerable. Indeed, the only criteria for becoming a target is poor online security. Android Community Deals is happy to offer its readers the opportunity to save 84% on 4 years of elite level protection from hackers and identity thieves with the ibVPN Total Plan.

A VPN, or virtual private network, is an easy way of encrypting the data you transmit online. It also serves a double purpose in that it hides your identity and physical location from prying eyes. Just as virus protection software and firewalls are now almost universally employed, so too should a VPN service. It’s of particular importance if you use public Wi-Fi, cellular data, or other semi-private networks.

With ibVPN, you’ll receive premium quality protection thanks to it’s high level, 256-bit data encryption. You will enjoy unrestricted web surfing, faster streaming, and access to geo-restricted content.

In fact, ibVPN has more than 75 VPN servers in 39 countries, including P2P servers, which will allow you to unblock more than 165 worldwide TV & radio channels. And, ibVPN works with many platforms including Mac OS, iOS, Windows and Android. Plus, there is a manual setup option for devices on other platforms.

There’s VPN services, and then there’s ibVPN. Protect yourself for now and into the future with a 4 year subscription to ibVPN, only $59 at Android Community Deals for a limited time.

Android Community Deals is brought to you in cooperation with StackSocial. Generated revenue helps fund this site. Deals are curated by StackSocial and are not representative of the opinions of the Android Community staff.

Enter to win The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway [DEALS]

Posted by wicked April - 8 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

You could win a brand new, high powered laptop computer when you enter The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway, brought to you by Android Community Deals. Chromebooks by Google entered the portable computer scene a few years ago and have grown in popularity since. They come in a range of styles and price points, but their big selling feature is just how efficiently they run. They boot up quickly and handle operations just as fast thanks to its ultra streamlined Google Chrome operating system, which come preinstalled on all systems.

The Pixel is king among Chromebooks. It comes with a hearty 2.2Ghz of processing power, a massive 8GB of memory, and a battery that can last up to 12 hours of constant use on a single charge – which is pretty rare in the notebook computer class, especially with these kind of specifications. Best of all, you can download a huge amount of Chrome apps to handle all of your entertainment and productivity needs.

For a chance to win this incredible machine, merely go to The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway contest page at Android Community Deals. Register with your email address and, then, click on ‘Enter Now’. That’s all there is to it. You could also earn additional entries by sharing the contest on Twitter. The more your followers enter, the more bonus entries you could receive.

With the Chromebook Pixel, you can easily surf the web and stay in touch with your colleagues, friends, and more. Plus there’s a wide array of productivity apps available to you, including the MS Office Suite as well as Adobe products such as Photoshop.

Hop on the Chromebook train. Enter to win The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway, presented by Android Community Deals. Hurry, this contest closes on May 6, 2015.

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Sale: Sony Smartwatch 3 on eBay for $80 off ($169.90 + Free Shipping)

Posted by wicked April - 8 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

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Sony has been an established player in the electronics industry for decades. As it has evolved, so to have its products. The Sony Smartwatch 3 has proven to be the best Android Wear device yet offered by the Japanese company, and it’s now available, for a limited time, at a much more affordable price.

If you act now, the wearable can be had for just $169.99, free shipping included. For reference, that’s $80 off the standard retail price. The item is brand new and in stock, although at the time of this writing there are only a limited quantity remaining, so the time to act is now. For those in need of a refresher, the Smartwatch 3 comes with a 1.6-inch LCD display, is waterproof, and has a self-sufficient on-board GPS that can run independently from your mobile device of choice.

Android Wear has seen its fair share of praise and criticism, and has evolved significantly since its release last year with new features and of course, hardware.With the Apple Watch just around the corner, it’s safe to say that wearables are poised to take off in a major way this month.

Find the deal here, on eBay.

Last chance to get an Icon Bluetooth Speaker at a discount [DEALS]

Posted by wicked April - 7 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

While smartphone speakers are getting more and more capable, and even mobile audio components get more sophisticated, there are times when what you really need is to blast your tunes out loud. But while any speaker might do the trick, wires and connectors might also cramp your mobile lifestyle. The solution? Bluetooth speakers! And have we got one for you here at Android Community Deals. The Ion Bluetooth Speaker is portable enough to take with you anywhere you go and still deliver the crisp highs and deep lows that audiophiles demand.

This crystal-clear wireless speaker works with any Bluetooth-enabled device, be it Android or even iOS, for a range of up to 30 feet. The rechargeable battery can last up to 4 hours of continuous use before needing another round of juice. Although completely wireless, the speaker does have buttons that you can use to play and pause music, adjust the volume, and answer or reject calls. Yes, you can actually use the speaker for calls as it has a built-in mic as well.

You can get all of those for only $19..99, a sweet 80 percent off from its usual $100 tag. For international buyers, it’s just a wee bit higher at $29. Better hurry though, as the clock is ticking for this Ion Bluetooth Speaker deal.

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