Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Pocket Informant: Today's Free App of the Day (12/7)

Good morning! It's already looks like there's a lot going on today, so let's dive right into it. In addition to the Holiday Flurry Deals, there's one incredible deal that really stands out. If you remember, last week we featured  Asphalt 6: Adrenaline as one of the top games. Guess what? It's now only 10 cents. I don't know if this is some kind of error, but grab it while you can!

Day 7 of the 25 Days of Free Holiday Music brings us "O Holy Night" by Leigh Nash. It's also worth noting that if you missed a day you can still catch previous songs for free.

Let's take a look at today's free app!

Name: Pocket Informant
Rating: 3.1 stars over 41 reviews
Price: 0.00
Description: Pocket Informant is an integrated calendaring and GTD-based tasks solution for Android. It fuses together best-of-class calendaring and task management utilities into one great solution. No matter how you like to manage your day-to-day activities and juggle appointments, meetings, events, and items on your to-do list, Pocket Informant can help. With robust features that are all fully customizable, you may wonder how you ever survived without Pocket Informant.

Get your free copy of Pocket Informant!


Today's Kindle Daily Deal is from Laurel Saville. Take a look!

Title: Unraveling Anne
Rating: 3.9 over 44 reviews
Price: $9.99 1.99

Description: In 1950s Los Angeles, Anne Ford was the epitome of the California golden girl, a former beauty queen and model-turned-fashion designer whose success and charm were legendary. So how is it possible that such a woman could die in squalor, an alcoholic street person brutally murdered in a burnt-out West Hollywood building? 

In searching for answers to the heartbreaking trajectory of her mother’s life, writer Laurel Saville plumbed the depths of Anne’s troubled past and her own eccentric childhood to untangle the truth of an exceptional, yet tragic, existence. What she discovered was a woman who was beautiful, well-educated, and talented—yet tormented by internal demons and no match for the hedonistic culture of Southern California in the 1960s and 70s. 

With unflinching honesty and stirring compassion, Saville struggles to reconcile the two faces her mother presented the world: the glamour-girl-about-town the public saw and the unpredictable, bitter alcoholic her children knew. Most importantly, Saville explores how what we bring forward from previous generations can shape our own lives, and how compassion and love for a difficult parent can be a person’s bridge to a better life.
Get Unraveling Anne!

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