Friday App Sales: Kovdev Icon Packs 50% Off, Monument Valley for $1, and More

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Heading into the weekend, there is a large list of applications currently on sale in Google Play. For starters, our good friend Dave Kover (aka Kovdev) has his entire icon pack library on sale, each priced at just $0.99. This includes Lustre, Nox, Stark, Domo, and Audax. They’re all awesome, so be sure to check those out if you use icon packs on your device.

Additionally, the super popular Monument Valley game is on sale for $1, Swipe for Facebook Pro is available for $1.49, and Age of Pirates Elite is also on sale for $1. There’s a lot to grab!

Check out the full list of apps on sale down below. 

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