Google offering Valentine’s Day deals on apps, games, e-books, music, movies and magazines

Google offering Valentine’s Day deals on apps, games, e-books, music, movies and magazines

Looking to score some sweet savings on books, music, apps, and other Google Play stuff? Those benevolent Google Play Cupids are at it again, offering up some savings on pretty much every type of content available.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with sweet store-wide deals on apps, games, e-books, music, movies and magazines. Power up a Jelly Splash heart, get relationship tips or lose yourself in a good romance novel. If free stuff puts you in the mood, then you’ll love sending your sweetie an e-card or relaxing at home with the soulful sounds of Marvin Gaye. No matter your plans, now is the perfect time to fulfill your heart’s desires with lovely gifts from the Play Store. Won’t you be our Valentine?

In addition to a handful of freebies you’ll find plenty of discounted stuff; there’s at least two dozen titles spread out as of right now. Bejewled Blitz, Anita Baker, Ariana Grande? We’re in love. Oh, that’s probably the point.

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