Lonely Planet is offering its 25 Android Compass travel apps for 99 cents each between now and December 25. We liked them at full price ($4.99), so the 99 cent deal is definitely a good chance to grab a guide for any city you're thinking of visiting. The apps are available through the Android market.
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