March 14, 2014
This week's list features two films, one book, and a few awesome apps and games.
Pivvot, $2.99, Universal gameThis addictive challenge game now includes nine modes — after this week’s arrival of Looper and Daily Challenge. Christine Chan called Pivvot “one of the best games I’ve gotten my hands on for this year,” when the game first arrived on the App Store last August.
“Veronica Mars,” $6.99, Movie rentalIt took a Kickstarter campaign to make it happen, and now it is here. The “Veronica Mars” film picks up where the series ended in 2007, and launches today in theaters and on iTunes. You can also purchase the film for $19.99.
“The Fault In Our Stars,” $7.99, E-Bookhttp://youtu.be/9ItBvH5J6ss The film based on this popular John Green novel doesn't arrive until June. This is plenty of time to get hooked on the story of love, hope, and living life to the fullest.
Bug Art, $0.99, Universal appKids will love Little Bit Studio's latest app. Think paint, design, and exploration.
“American Hustle,” $5.99, Movie rentalThis Oscar nominated film starring Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, and Jennifer Lawrence is available to rent on Tuesday, March 18. You can buy it now for $17.99.
Freebies of the WeekLove weather apps? Then will absolutely adore the AccuWeather - Weather for Life app, which was recently redesigned for iOS 7. Is darkness more your thing? Then the time is right to download Apple's App of the Week, Darklings. The unique game usually costs $0.99. That’s it for this week. Another issue of “How To Spend A $25 iTunes Gift Card” will be published next Friday. Until then, stay safe.
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