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CardDroid Math 2.6 brings new rewards for perfect scores
It’s here now and it’s HOT! Right now, it’s the #1 educational app and the #83 paid app in the Amazon Appstore and #49 in the NOOK Apps Shop.
Make a perfect score and get a new reward! Some color schemes have poppable balloons as a reward and others have tappable fireworks. (There’s even a secret, hidden “micro game” in the balloon screen. Shhh!) You get spinning stars too.
Still 99 cents and the upgrade is free to current customers:
Get to know our latest app – Veggie Clock. It’s new, different, and cool.
Cute, Fun & Healthy
Coming in early 2013 for iPhone and iPad.
Click the button below and fill out the form for a free email when it’s available in other stores:Email me when it’s available in the Apple App Store
Visit the Veggie Clock website for more information about Veggie Clock.
As an app maker, I need to have a variety of hardware for testing. This is especially true of Android where each phone and tablet is a little different. That’s how I came to have a Google Nexus 7, an Amazon Kindle Fire HD, and a NOOK HD+. I mixed it up and got the 7″ Kindle Fire HD and the 9″ NOOK HD+ so it’s not 100% apples to apples – and no Apples. 🙂
- Google Nexus 7 – 7″ 1280×800 HD display, $199 for a 16GB model.
- Amazon Kindle Fire HD – 7″ 1280×800 HD display, $199 for a 16GB ad-supported model ($15 more to remove lock screen ads) – no power supply included.
- Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ – 9″ 1920×1280 HD display, $269 for a 16GB model (the NOOK HD is a more comparable model at $199 for an 8GB model or with a higher density 1440 x 900 7″ display)
NOTE: The NOOK HD and HD+ allow you to add up to 64GB via a microSD slot.
The comparison begins after the break.