EXCLUSIVE! Get Two Hot Games for Free from Get Jar Today!
If you were listening to the our Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-Cast last night, you heard Patrick Mork of Get Jar drop to our audience the fact that his company was going to be pouring some love onto the Android Family today.
If you have not heard or read about Get Jar plus, brush up on it here. In a nutshell, the people over at Get Jar have decided that they want to give the Android community/family free games until December of this year!
Through their website, you will find the Get Jar plus program, where every two weeks a new game is free for download. This week you can get “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Force Recon” totally free! That’s a pretty sweet deal!
Along with the “Call of Duty” game, Get Jar this morning has released the white hot title, the full version of “Angry Birds”! And not only is it the full version for Android, it is the full version FOR FREE! That’s right! The full version of “Angry Birds for Android comes in two flavors. You can get a free version which is ad supported, or you can shell out some coin inside the game and get the ads taken out.
Either way, this is a pretty sweet deal from the folks at Get Jar. Remember, you heard it on the Android Guys Thurdsday Night Droid-Cast first! A big thanks goes to Patrick Mork, the CMO of Get Jar who came on our show and dropped the love on us last night. Now, quit reading and get downloading your free game swag!
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