NEW - 6 Free HP TouchPad Apps (Angry Birds, Quell HD and MORE)

Here’s the new 6-Pack – get ‘em while they’re hot (and while supplies last):

Big Boss (Fair Play Labs, $1.99, rlhul24446cnvjo): Design your “Boss” – a gigantic monster – and attempt to defeat the brave heroes and powerful wizards of WackyLands.

Camera for TouchPad (Keen Studios, $0.99, qnauu98845swgrt): Start snapping away, with options for managing your photos and using them with other TouchPad apps.

Angry Birds Rio HD (Rovio Mobile Ltd., $1.99, xsgsc06319eeqrk): The original Angry Birds are kidnapped and taken to Rio de Janeiro, where they eventually escape their captors and set out to save their friends, Blu and Jewel.

Quell HD (Fallen Tree Games, $1.99, urber52865hgtqc): A unique puzzler that is sure to test your brain with 70-plus levels of game play.

Pennant (Vargatron, $4.99, ltrns51564vabdu): Got historical pennant fever? Get the scoop on over 115,000 games with this interactive statistical treasure trove of baseball from 1952 to 2010.

FlightPredictor HD (gregstoll.com, $1.99, htukc87057kxshv): Powered by FlightCaster.com, you’ll get timely notifications before air travel glitches get in your way.
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kbdeals Aug 30, 2011
How to download these apps on HP touchpad?
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Loery8006 Aug 30, 2011
So cheap
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prodigy311 Aug 29, 2011
Everything except Pennant was taken earlier today. I am sure they are all gone by now.
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ancientstar Aug 29, 2011
code are expire
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Killer_whale Aug 29, 2011
Pic made me thought toughPad onsale!
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belarus94 Aug 29, 2011
Here is Q and A from SF gate regarding HP Touchpad. Q: I just purchased an HP TouchPad, and now that the company has discontinued it, I'm wondering if I should try to return it for a refund. What do you think? A: I think that's exactly what you should do. Get your money back and put it into an iPad or one of the new Android tablets. There is no future for the TouchPad. In killing off the device, HP also deep-sixed webOS, the operating system that runs both the TouchPad and HP's smart phones. That means the company won't offer upgrades to improve its mobile devices for existing users. And developers won't release new apps for a dead tablet, which means that TouchPad owners are stuck with a meager selection of apps compared to iPhone and Android users. Considering the poor track record of webOS, which HP got in its 2010 acquisition of Palm, it's no surprise that the TouchPad met an early end. The surprising part is that HP didn't see it coming. And, of course, neither did consumers. The decision to discontinue the TouchPad, coming less than two months after its release, is a slap in the face to folks who bought one. Adding insult to injury, HP continued to run flashy TV commercials for the TouchPad for days after the announcement of its demise.
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sporky Aug 29, 2011
That's utterly and completely retarded. 1) If you ordered it for the $99-$149 price then think of it as a color Kindle with a full fledged web browser. The Kindle costs more than it already. Even if it never gets another update it's more than worth it already. 2) If not, they need to wrap their heads around the fact that it's as powerful as the top end Android devices right now AND people are working on porting Android to it. They've already managed to get 2.2 onto it I believe. It's very likely they'll get Gingerbread on it in due time. 3) HP has said they'll continue supporting the software. Though I, like most people including SFGate are highly skeptical, so you might want to disregard this number. 4) Samsung might buy webOS. If they do webOS will have a few more years of life at the very least. Of course if you did buy it at $499 or $599, then you do have a very good reason to return it. If you got it at $299 then it's still worth keeping. At $399... debatable whether you should return it or not.
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audiocracy Aug 29, 2011
Even if you ordered it at $599, HP is willing to refund the difference of the new astronomically reduced twice. I agree with Sporky. Please stop telling people to return the touchpad, it's an amazing device for the amount of money paid for.
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