4th of July App Store sales - EA, Gameloft, Namco, Glu

In celebration of the US 4th of July holiday, there are a bunch of sales going on in the iTunes Apps Store, including EA, Gameloft, Glu, Namco, and more.

Aside from games, if you have a few moments to spend browsing through Apple's hundreds of thousands of apps, you might just find a quite a few others taking advantage of the holiday to drum up some sales.

Check out the links below for some great game lists. Any of your favorites super cheap today? Let us know in comments!

[Touch Arcade sales list, 148apps sale list]

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4th of July App Store sales - EA, Gameloft, Namco, Glu

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I checked out the big names listed above, my suggestion is they forget any sale prices and focus on iOS 4 compatibility. Especially Gameloft and EA, I feel confident in saying they knew what was coming and should able to get things done quicker.
I for one won't be buying anything new until they state their graphics take advantage of the iPhone 4G display. Otherwise its a beautiful display in search of something to show off.

Hate to say it, but I'm with @Dosekies on this one. The last three articles seem a bit behind. It's a bit disappointing.

Try out the Free App Tracker app (do a search in the app store .. its a free app)..
It tracks apps that were once pay , but are now free .. It also shows apps that have had a price drop .... There is tons of apps on there .. They update it several times a day so there is always new stuff.. It tracks all apps ( games , music etc)..
Pretty cool app so you can keep up with paid apps that are now free, and also keep up with all the apps that go on sale ..

@Fresh1, thanks for the suggestion. I d/l free app tracker, with all of the apps now available its nice to find price changes quickly.