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Best iOS app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes Apple apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for free for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up while you have the chance. Here are the latest and greatest iOS app deals available from the iOS App Store.

These apps normally cost money and this sale lasts for a limited time only. If you go to the App Store and it says the app costs money, that means the deal has expired and you will be charged. 

Ad Block Multi

Why limit yourself with a few predefined filters like other ad blockers do? 22 filter lists and counting, this app allows you to find an ad-blocking combination that suits you.

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English Spanish Dictionary

Simple and user-friendly options can enhance your Spanish-learning experience. You only need an internet connection for the images in this app and the spelling checker; otherwise, you can pick up a new language just about anywhere.

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Screeny 2.0

Screeny 2.0 has an all new look. It screens your camera roll and helps you to filter and delete things that are no longer necessary. So now along with screenshots it also helps you to manage unwanted live photos.

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Gif Me

Gif Me! is the best way to create and share short video in animated GIF or MP4. It’s easy: capture a small moment with your built in camera, and share it on social networks. You can apply an image filter too.

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Relax Rain

Designed with simplicity in mind, Relax Rain is the simplest way to enjoy the relaxing and soothing sound of rain falling. Open up the app and sounds start playing automatically so you can relax, unwind, meditate, or just get some quiet time right away.

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Tweety Pro

View your Twitter timeline and mentions on the lock screen or inside any app to quickly get updated about the world around you with Tweety.

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Pembient fights poachers by 3D printing incredibly realistic fake rhino horns

Rhinoceros poaching is an enormous problem worldwide, with an estimated 7,245 African rhinos lost to poachers over the last decade alone. We’ve previously covered high tech solutions to the poaching problem ranging from the use of drones to keep tabs on wildlife populations to an ambitious plan to catch poachers in the act by embedding video cameras directly into the horns of wild rhinos.

An innovative startup is hoping that is has another solution to offer, however: 3D printing.

Seattle-based biotech startup Pembient has spent the past several years working to develop artificial rhino horns they hope will eventually be indistinguishable from the real thing. These synthetic horns are created with an engineering process involving keratin, the main protein that is found in rhino horns, combined with rhino DNA. This creates a special 3D printing ink which can be used to create authentic-looking horns.

The theory behind Pembient’s work is that these can then be pushed into the rhino horn supply chain (primarily in China), so that people won’t know whether they are buying real rhino horn or fake ones. The hope is that this will lower the value of wild rhino horn, and severely dent the profits that currently drive poachers to risk their lives killing rhinos.

At present, the company hasn’t created a finished product, although it has created numerous low fidelity replicas. As a result of this, the exact prices for the fabricated rhino horns hasn’t been made public — but it would certainly be cheaper than the real thing. Pembient isn’t stopping at rhinos, either. In addition, it has plans to create 3D printed versions of pangolin scales, elephant tusks, tiger bones, and presumably numerous other biofabricated versions of items that cause the real life poaching of endangered species.

While it remains to be seen whether over-supplying fake rhino horns and other items is really the best approach to counter poaching (personally, we’d like to see this in conjunction with other methods designed to counteract the threat). However, if it can help cut down on the unnecessary slaughter of animals in the wild, we’re all for it.

And, hey, from a biomedical perspective, we’re all for any innovative research that could lead to the 3D bioprinting of more lifelike bones.


Cat S41 rugged smartphone review

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Cat S41

Durable, rugged, good smartphones aren’t abundant. High-end smartphones offer more water-resistance than most people need, and a case is often enough for protection. Rugged smartphones are targeted at a niche audience — people who often spend a bulk of their time at accident-prone and hazardous environments, like a construction site. It makes sense then that Caterpillar, a company best known for its construction machinery, sells phones built to last.

But Cat-branded phones aren’t actually built by Caterpillar – the brand is licensed to a company called Bullitt Mobile, a white label company that makes phones for niche audiences, like the Kodak Ektra. The latest entry is the Cat S41, which boasts a durable build, IP68 water-resistance, and a long-lasting battery life. In our Cat S41 review, we found the phone to offer a great software experience and strong battery life, but a poor camera and lackluster performance make it tough to recommend.

Sacrifices in design

Rugged phones are hardly ever pretty. The only device that comes close to looking good is Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Active, and even that rugged, bezel-less smartphone isn’t going to win any design awards. The Cat S41 doesn’t buck any trends here; in fact, the design fully embraces its sturdy and tough build quality.

Imagine an Otterbox Defender case on your smartphone — that’s more or less what you can expect the Cat S41 to look and feel like. It’s thick (12.9mm) and heavy, and even though it only packs a 5-inch screen, it can still be a little hard to hold one-handed.

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The back of the phone features a textured, rubberized material that helps make it a little more grippy. You’ll only find the Cat logo here, as well as a camera on the top left-hand corner. What’s more distinct is how all four corners of the phone slope down at an angle, instead of the traditional rounded or angular corners.

The front is quick the opposite of the minimal rear — there’s a lot going on. It’s not very pretty to look at, due to the extremely chunky edges (bezels) on the top, bottom, and sides of the screen as well as the thick navigation buttons. Unlike the Galaxy S8 Active, you won’t find an edge-to-edge display here. The buttons are clicky and satisfying to press.

Around the phone, there’s a plastic frame that mixes with the rubberized material. You’ll find screws holding the two sides together, adding to the rugged aesthetic; and the MicroSD card and SIM slot, headphone jack, as well as the MicroUSB port, have rubber flaps to make sure the phone stays protected from interactions with water.

Unlike the Galaxy S8 Active, you won’t find an edge-to-edge display here.

The phone’s IP68 water-resistance means it can survive 2 meters underwater for an hour. It’s also MIL-STD-810G compliant, which essentially means it survived extreme environmental conditions covered by the standard. We’ll dive into durability a little more soon.

We would have liked to see a USB Type-C port here. It’s 2017, and considering the Cat S41 costs more than $400, it should have the latest port that would have charged the phone quickly. There’s also no fingerprint sensor, which means you have to rely on a PIN code or pattern to unlock the phone.

On the left is an orange-colored button you can program to open different apps or trigger certain functions, like Blackberry’s Convenience Key, and the power button and the volume rocker sit on the right edge.

The 5-inch TFT screen is average. It’s a little dull, but still visible in direct sunlight. The screen is colorful, but blacks aren’t as inky as an OLED. The best feature here is the 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution, as it offers crisp details on the small screen.

Compare the Cat S41 with the LG X Venture, a cheaper rugged phone, and we think the latter wins out. The X Venture has a thinner profile, and it looks a lot sleeker. While both have a MicroUSB port and a dedicated quick action key, LG’s phone has a convenient fingerprint sensor.

Average performance, simple software

Under the hood, the Cat S41 is powered by a MediaTek Helio P20 chipset, coupled with 3GB of RAM. The Helio P20 may be an aging chip, but it offers enough performance for everyday tasks.

We found the Android 7.0 software experience to be smooth and responsive, and the phone was able to handle games like Asphalt 8: Airborne with only occasional stutters. Intensive tasks like juggling multiple apps quickly or multitasking will certainly put a strain on performance, and your best bet is the Galaxy S8 Active, with its high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.

Still, the Cat S41 beats out the LG X Venture, which we found to be sluggish in our review. Here are the results of our benchmark tests:

  • AnTuTu: 61,667
  • GeekBench 4: 861 single-core; 3,690 multi-core
  • 3DMark Sling Shot Extreme: 719

The X Venture only hit 41,501 in its AnTuTu tests, and another competitor, the Kyocera DuraForce Pro, only made it to 45,540. The S41’s performance is average, and it’s far from a top-performing phone. For reference, the Galaxy S8 Active’s 3DMark score is 2,374. Even still, for just $50 more, you can get a much better performing phone, minus the rugged protection.

The Bullitt Group, the company behind the phone, isn’t known for fast updates.

The Android 7.0 software is close to stock Android and it’s fairly bare bones. That’s a good thing, because it means it doesn’t look cluttered or have a hideous Android “skin” or theme. That’s not to say there aren’t any Cat-specific additions. App Toolbox serves as a curated list of apps filled with functional tools like a tape measure or level app — clicking on them open links to download from the Google Play Store.

A “Share” app lets you turn the Cat S41 into a power bank and charge another phone, provided you have the right cable. Other pre-installed services include an FM tuner app so you can listen to the radio. You can uninstall many of the pre-installed apps on the device.

We do wish this phone came with the latest version of Android — 8.0 Oreo. We don’t expect this update to come any time soon, as the Bullitt Group, the company behind the phone, isn’t known for fast updates.

It will survive a more than a few drops

As we mentioned earlier, the Cat S41 is IP68-rated, meaning it’s water-resistant, and it is MIL-STD-810G compliant. It should be able to withstand everything you throw at it – or throw it at. We tested the basics of its durability and didn’t have any problems.

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We dropped the Cat S41 in a beer stein filled with water. After 30 minutes, we took it out and dried it off, and it worked perfectly fine. You’ll want to make sure you let everything dry properly before plugging in a headphone jack or a charging cable. The speakers sounded a little muffled at first, but it went back to normal after an an hour of letting the phone dry off.

But you’re more likely to drop your smartphone on concrete than in water. We dropped the Cat S41 three times on concrete roughly 1.5 meters above the ground — each from slightly different angles. It didn’t escape completely unscathed, but the Gorilla Glass 5 protecting the screen never cracked. There were only a few scratches and dents on the device. That puts the phone’s durability roughly on par with other ultra-rugged phones we’ve tested, including the Galaxy S8 Active and LG X Venture.

Stunning battery life, marred by a terrible camera

There’s a reason the Cat S41 is a little more than half an inch thick: It packs a behemoth of a battery with a 5,000mAh capacity. It’s 900mAh more than the LG X Venture’s battery and it shows — Caterpillar claims the battery can keep the phone in standby mode for 44 days. With moderate to heavy use, though, we easily were able to keep the S41 running for more than two days. It’s great news if you aren’t able to charge your phone at work, or if you’re traveling and forgot your charger.

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But then there’s the camera. The rear camera on the phone has 13 megapixels, and it’s a serious point of failure. HDR mode did the opposite of what it’s meant to do, making photos look overexposed with little contrast. Turning HDR mode off yielded slightly better contrast, but the camera is still not good at all. We’ve seen cheaper phones like the Moto G5S Plus offering better photos, and even the LG X Venture has a capable camera.

The front-facing camera packs 8 megapixels, and it performs just okay. Both cameras are nothing to write home about.

Warranty, pricing, and availability

The Cat S41 comes with a one-year limited warranty, with included accessories offering a six-month warranty. The limited warranty covers manufacturer defects, meaning you’ll have to pay for repairs from accidental damage.

Cat S41 Compared To

Nokia Lumia 820

Motorola Stature i9

Sony Ericsson C902

Helio Mysto

Motorola MOTORIZR Z3

Jitterbug Dial

Samsung SCH-u620

LG VX9400

Sony Ericsson K790a

Nokia N93

Blackberry 8700c

Blackberry 8700g

Nokia N90

Palm Treo 650

Motorola RAZR V3c

It costs $450 if you purchase it directly from Caterpillar’s website. The phone is compatible with any GSM network – namely T-Mobile and AT&T, meaning it won’t work on Sprint or Verizon. You can also buy it through Best Buy, The Home Depot, Amazon, and B&H.

Our Take

The Cat S41 is simply too expensive for what it offers. Your phone will be able to suffer multiple drops and will get amazing battery life, but you’ll have to suffer through average performance, a near-worthless camera, and boring design.

Is there a better alternative?

Yes. The LG X Venture is a good alternative that’s a little more than $100 cheaper, has a better design, and a capable camera, but its performance isn’t as good as the Cat S41. If you can spend more, we recommend the Galaxy S8 Active.

If not, you’re honestly better off grabbing one of our best cheap smartphones, such as the $500 OnePlus 5T, or the $280 Moto G5S Plus, and putting a big, protective case on. You’ll likely get software updates for a longer period of time, as well as far better performance and a better camera.

How long will it last?

This device should physically last well beyond the standard two-year phone upgrade cycle, and its decent performance should help make it powerful enough for the average user during that time. The point of failure for this phone won’t be water damage or a cracked body – it likely won’t get updated after the first year on market.

Should you buy it?

No. As durable and long-lasting the Cat S41 is, we don’t think those are enough reasons to buy it with its current price tag.


Lyft gets the green light to put self-driving cars on Californian roads

The already-crowded streets of California are going to get a bit busier, now that the state granted another self-driving permit. Lyft joins a growing list of companies that have the green light to test autonomous automobile technology on the West Coast; others include fellow ride-hailing service Uber, Alphabet-backed Waymo (which already has self-driving taxis out and about), and automakers like Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, and Ford.

Lyft’s newly approved status can be viewed on the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) website, which notes that it is “currently accepting applications for the Autonomous Vehicle Tester Program.” The first company to gain approval was Volkswagen, but since then, more than 40 other firms have been granted the same privilege.

As the industry grows more crowded, the likelihood of partnerships rather than competition appears stronger than ever. Lyft already has a number of agreements in place with self-driving companies to help advance its own purposes. Earlier in 2017, the transportation giant struck a deal with Waymo in the midst of Waymo’s lawsuit against Uber. While details around the deal are still unclear, we previously noted that it would “likely lead to increased testing and attempts at commercialization of self-driving cars.”

Separately, Lyft also teamed up with Ford Motor Company to bring autonomous vehicles to the public. “We expect that our partnership with Lyft will accelerate our efforts to build a profitable and viable self-driving vehicle business,” Sherif Marakby, Ford’s vice president of autonomous vehicles and electrification, wrote in a Medium post about the collaboration.

Then there is also Lyft’s deal with Nutonomy, which was described as a “strategic R&D partnership.” The goal, the companies said, was to optimize the “end-to-end experience of autonomous vehicle passengers.” So if you’re in Boston, you could soon be seeing on-demand, self-driving cars from Lyft and the self-driving platform. “By combining forces with Lyft in the U.S., we’ll be positioned to build the best passenger experience for self-driving cars,” Karl Iagnemma, CEO and co-founder of NuTonomy, said of the new collaboration. “Both companies care immensely about solving urban transportation issues and the future of our cities, and we look forward to working with Lyft as we continue to improve our autonomous-vehicle software system.”

And now that Lyft has been approved for testing in California, the solution to urban transportation issues may be closer than ever.


The Royole Moon Viewer is beautiful but not very functional

The Royole Moon Viewer looks pretty but doesn’t always work as intended.

The Royole Moon Viewer headset was built to work like a standalone VR cinema. A place where you can watch movies, listen to music, and view things in both 2D and 3D. You can use it to view MP4 videos, listen to music, and even browse the internet. Unfortunately, while it has a design that looks good, this doesn’t exactly translate well into a user experience.



Android 8.0 Oreo now rolling out to Nokia 8

Coming soon to the Nokia 6 and Nokia 5.

The Nokia 8 was first announced back in August, and while the phone offers a lot of eye-catching features, one of its strongest points is its near-stock build of Android. The Nokia 8 shipped with Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box, but on November 24, HMD Global’s Chief Product Officer, Juho Sarvikas, announced on Twitter that Android 8.0 Oreo is now making its way to the phone.

O k, here we goR eviewed your feedbackE verything is polishedO fficial update rolling out today! #AndroidOreo #Nokia8 #Oreo #Nokiamobilebetalabs

— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) November 24, 2017

Android Oreo will be rolling out to the Nokia 8 starting today, but Sarvikas notes that it may take up to a week for the update to hit your device.

In addition to the standard array of Oreo features, such as picture-in-picture, notification dots, fast boot-up times, and Google’s Autofill API, this also increases the Nokia 8 to the latest November 2017 security patch.

Sarvikas also notes that the Nokia 6 and Nokia 5 will be the next phones in Nokia’s lineup to be updated to Oreo. An Oreo beta for the two phones will be opening soon, and an official rollout should follow shortly after that.

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Lifetime Cloud Storage, 4K Hover Drone, and The Rest of This Year’s Top Black Friday Deals


Black Friday is here, which means there’s no shortage of incredible deals around the web. To help you along, we’ve rounded up the top deals from Android Central Digital Offers, available at exclusive Black Friday prices today. Check them out below. 

10. Zoolz Cloud Storage: Lifetime of 1TB Instant Vault and 1TB of Cold Storage


Retail: $3600 | Normally: $49.99 | Black Friday: $36.99

Data loss is never fun. This deal gets you 2TB total cloud storage for life, which is more than most people would likely ever need. Grab it today for just $36.99, over 90% off its retail value. 

See at Android Central Digital Offers

9. FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds


Retail: $119.95 | Normally: $29.95 | Black Friday: $23.95

There’s no shortage of headphone deals today, but the FRESHeBUDS Pro are a trusted addition to any audiophiles arsenal. Get a pair today for just $24. 

See at Android Central Digital Offers

8. MIM Hybrid Smart Watches


Retail: $99 | Normally: $49 | Black Friday: $43.99

These attractive watches track your activity like a fitness band, but also notify you of incoming notifications, and even let you take hands-free pictures with your smartphone. They also boast a 730 day batter life. Grab one today for just $43.99, over half off retail value. 

See at Android Central Digital Offers

7. The Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle


Retail: $1000 | Normally $43 | Black Friday: $25

Cyber security has never been more critical, so professionals with the proper ethical hacking know-how can make a pretty penny. This comprehensive training bundle includes 9 courses to teach you all about ethical hacking, and you can get it today for a special Black Friday price of just $25. 

See at Android Central Digital Offers

6. Jump Gaming Subscriptions


Retail: $30 | Normally: $19.99 | Black Friday: $9.99

Jump is like the “Netflix for games,” offering unlimited access to a library of award-winning indie games for one monthly price. Jump adds more games every month, so you can satisfy your insatiable thirst for gaming nirvana and discover new game gems anytime you want.  It normally costs $10 / month, but you can get a 3 month subscription today for just $10.

See at Android Central Digital Offers

5. VPNSecure: Lifetime Subscription


Retail: $450 | Normally: $39.99 | Black Friday: $31.99 (w/ code BFRIDAY20 at checkout)

If you want to keep your browsing history and personal data private, a VPN is essential. Unlike other VPN services that claim to not log your activity, VPNSecure proudly assures that ZERO logs are recorded. You can get a lifetime of their service today for just $31.99 when you enter code BFRIDAY20 at checkout.

See at Android Central Digital Offers

4. The Complete Ethereum Blockchain Mastery Bundle


Retal: $610 | Normally: $29 | Today: $22

Want to sound smart around your friends when discussing cryptocurrency and blockchain? This in-depth bundle will actually teach you practical applications of Ethereum and blockchain technology. It’s valued over $600, but you can get it today for just $22. 

See at Android Central Digital Offers

3. UltraBright 500-Lumen Tactical Military Flashlight: 2-Pack


Retail: $100 | Normally: $29.99 | Black Friday: $12.99

A trusted flashlight is an essential household item for just about anyone. Powered with 500 lumens and an adjustable zoom that provides up to one mile of range, these elite flashlights will help you find your way through any dark place. Get a two-pack today for just $12.99, saving over 85%.

See at Android Central Digital Offers

2. 1080p HD Waterproof WiFi Wireless Endoscopic Camera


Retail: $99.99 | Normally: $39.99 | Black Friday: $31.99 w/ code BFRIDAY20 at checkout

With an 8-way adjustable LED, this waterproof, 1080p HD camera can slip into the tight or dark spaces or fingers or eyes can’t and send a feed right back to any device you’re using via WiFi. Grab this useful household tool today for just $31.99 w/ code BFRIDAY20 at checkout.

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1. Hover 4K Camera Passport Self-Flying Camera Drone


Retail: $499.99 | Black Friday: $349.99

The Hover Camera Passport is your personal, self-flying photographer, loaded with incredibly forward-thinking tech allowing you to put the drone in the air and go about your business as its facial recognition and automatic features keep it on your tail to document your journey. It’s rarely discounted, so grab one today for $350 while you can. 

See at Android Central Digital Offers


The $30 SteelSeries Stratus XL wireless controller can play thousands of games

Plays games on Windows or Android devices.

The SteelSeries Stratus XL wireless Bluetooth game controller is down to $29.99 on Amazon. This controller sells around $45 or higher and has for the last year. This is the best drop we’ve ever seen.


This is a versatile gaming controller if you play on Android platforms and want something that works with thousands of games.

Features include:

  • Home and Back buttons for seamless gaming on Android 3.1+ devices
  • Compatible with Windows 7 and up, as well as Samsung Gear VR, HTC Vive, Oculus, and for use with thousands of controller-enabled games
  • Works great with Steam Big Picture mode for an immersive gaming experience
  • Leverages Microsoft’s XInput and DirectInput for use on a variety of platforms

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OnePlus 5T gets OxygenOS 4.7.2 for improved face unlock, fingerprint sensor, and more

OxygenOS 4.7.2 is 1613Mb in size and is rolling out to the 5T now.

OnePlus just recently launched the OnePlus 5T, but the company’s latest flagship already has a pretty hefty software update waiting for it. OxygenOS 4.7.2 is now available for the 5T, and while it doesn’t introduce any new features, it does improve a lot of the existing ones that are on the phone out of the box.


Along with your general stability enhancements and bug fixes, OxygenOS 4.7.2 includes optimizations for the fingerprint sensor and face unlock on the 5T so that they’re even faster and more reliable. We were already quite impressed with just how well face unlock worked on the 5T prior to this update, so we can’t wait to see how it performs now.

OnePlus also has also improved the accuracy of screen off gestures, electronic-image-stabilization when recording 4K video has been upgraded, and the WPA2 KRACK vulnerability is patched as well.

The OxygenOS 4.7.2 update for the OnePlus 5T weighs in at 1613Mb, and it’s rolling out to the phone now.

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Best Black Friday 2017 Deals in Canada

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  • BlackBerry KEYone & Motion – Save up to $100
  • Eero 3-pack Mesh Wi-Fi System – $399.99 (Was $449.99)
  • Xbox One S (500GB) – $229.95 (Was $319.99)
  • PlayStation 4 NHL 18 Bundle (1TB) – $249.96 (Was $379.96)
  • PlayStation 4 Slim (1TB) – $279.94 (Was $379.99)
  • PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Bundle – $399.96 (Was $499.99)
  • Nintendo Switch Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – $439.99 (Was $471.84)
  • ASUS 24″ LCD Gaming Monitor – $262.92 (Was $399.92)
  • Samsung EVO 500GB SSD – $179.99 (Was $229.99)


  • Fitbit Charge 2 – $129.95 (Was $199.99)
  • Anker PowerCore+ mini 3350mAh Portable Charger – $16.99 (Was $19.99)
  • Anker PowerCore 10000 – $24.74 (Was $33.99)
  • Anker PowerCore 26800 – $53.99 (Was $71.99)
  • Anker Powerline Lightning Cable 3ft White (3-pack) – 22.49 (Was $29.99)
  • Anker Quick Charge 3.0 Dual USB Car Charger – $19.49 (Was $25.99)
  • Anker Wireless Charging Pad – $14.99 (Was $22.99)
  • Anker PowerLine+ Lightning Cable – $16.99 (Normally $22.99)
  • Anker Air Vent Magnetic Car Mount – $10.99 (Was $12.99)


  • Instant Pot IP-Duo – $89.99 (Was $149.99)
  • Shark Rocket Ultra-Light Upright Vacuum Cleaner – $129.99 (was $149.98)
  • Dyson V7 Motorhead Vacuum – $349.99 (was $499.97)
  • iRobot Roomba 860 Vacuuming Robot – $499.99 (was $699.99)
  • Hoover Cruise Cordless Ultra-Light Vacuum – $148.88 (was $248.98)
  • Bissell Powerforce Bagged Canister Vacuum Cleaner – $49.98 (Was $66.98)
  • Bissell Powerforce Multi-Cyclonic Canister Vacuum – $89 (Was $109.98)
  • Dyson DC78TH Cinetic Canister Vacuum Cleaner – $499 (Was $699)


  • LEGO Minecraft The Snow Hideout – $33.74 (Was $53)
  • LEGO Minecraft The Jungle Tree House – $67.46 (Was $89.99)
  • LEGO Minecraft The Fortress – $104.96 (Was $139.99)
  • LEGO Star Wars BB-8 – $97.49 (Was $129.99)
  • Up to 40% off select Power Wheels

Fashion & Beauty

  • Old Navy has 50% off your entire purchase
  • Joe Fresh has 30% off your entire purchase
  • Gap has 50% off your entire purchase
  • Sephora has tons of sets marked down to under $20

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