Froogloid’s Key Ring App Now Free
One of the more convenient apps we’ve come across for Android, Key Ring, is now free.Â Froogloid’s app removes the need to carry around membership cards or keep tags on their key chain.Â You can scan barcodes directly off of club cards or enter them manually.Â As of right now, there are nearly 400 retailers and logos listed with Key Ring.Â
If you previously purchased Key Ring, you are eligible for a free copy of their other app, a2b.Â It’s like a Buy One, Get One deal!Â To take advantage of the special deal, all you have to do is download the “a2b trial” app in the marketplace and email your “FID” to [email protected] along with the name used to purchase Key Ring.Â Your “FID” (Froogloid ID) pops up each time you go to run the app.
Here’s a look at a2b, which is available for $2.99 in the Android Market.
If you’d like to learn more about Froogloid, you can hear our interview with them in the most recent AndroidGuys Q&A.Â We spoke with Chris who gives us some background into the apps and what’s in store for them!
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