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Remains of the Turkey: Black Friday deals

Macworld Staff, | Nov. 25, 2011
The turkey’s been eaten, the excess cranberries are firmly ensconced in a Tupperware box, the pumpkin pie is being digested, and another successful Thanksgiving holiday is in the books

Garmin GPS apps: Navigation app maker Garmin is cutting 50 percent off the price of its Garmin U.S.A. and Garmin North America iPhone apps. The former will cost $25 while the latter will sell for $30 on Friday only. In addition, Garmin’s Navigon GPS apps will remain on sale through Monday, as part of a promotion marking the release of the 2.0 update.

iBlast Moki 2 HD: Godzilab is cutting the price of its physics-based puzzle game for the iPad to $1 from $5.

Localscope: The local business finder for iOS, Localscope, is on sale from Thursday, Nov. 24 to Monday, Nov. 28, for just $1.

MapPocket: Leaping Bytes will offer MapPocket, its universal app for storing online maps on your iOS device for easy access when you’re offline, for free on Fridays for the rest of 2011.

Mooniz: Adrenaline Monki’s family-friendly puzzle game for iPhone, Mooniz, is free during Black Friday weekend.

Pangea Software games: App maker Pangea will cut the price of its [iOS games] ( to $1 starting Friday and running through Sunday. Pangea’s apps include Monkey Bongo, Cro-Mag Rally, and Nanosaur 2, among others.

Sega games: Sega is offering specials on 13 of its iPhone games, with prices cut by anywhere from 50 percent to 80 percent. Eligible games include Sonic Spinball, Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Altered Beast, and Super Monkey Ball 2. The specials last through Monday, Nov. 28.

U.S. Travler:’s travel information resource will be a free download through Nov. 28.

Telltale games: iPad games from Telltale—including Back to the Future HD, Hector: Badge of Carnage HD, and Tales of Monkey Island HD—will cost $3 per episode through Sunday. Telltale is also dropping the cost of its iPhone games, including Hector: Badge of Carnage and Puzzle Agent 2, to $1 during the sale.

Hardware and Accessories

iBike: iBike is taking $100 off any of its bicycle trainer computer systems, which feature a case that can turn your iPhone or iPod touch into a high-end cycling computer. Systems on sale from Friday through Sunday include iSport (on sale for $299), iPro ($459), iAero ($559), and iBike Dash +Power ($649).

Uniea: Case maker Uniea is running a promotion from Friday, November 25 to Monday, November 28, giving customers 40 percent off their entire order from the company’s online store, as well flate rate shipping of $6. Use the promo code BLACK40.

id America: Case maker id America is offering 20% off all orders purchased by December 1, 2011. Use the promo code BLKFRI20OFF.


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