Google Play celebrating its second birthday with special deals, but you might not be able to see them yet
According to a tipster on Reddit from Australia, Google Play is celebrating its second birthday and is offering many apps and other content for either free or at a discount.
I’m based in the U.S. and couldn’t see the deals yet by going to the link below, but when I used the “Hola Better Internet” Chrome extension and changed my region to Australia, I could see the deals without any issues.
The limited-time deals include a “24-hour music deal, Movies to Buy from $3.50, Books Under $5, 30% off magazine subscriptions” and more.
According to the tipster and from what I could see from the page:
- “FIFA 14″ by EA – Free
- “MOVIE: Disaster Movie: – AU$0.99
- GQ Australia Magazine Subscription – 30% off
- “Theme Park” By EA – Free
- “BOOK: I Came To Say Goodbye” by Caroline Overington – AU$4.99
- “Heroes of Dragon Age” By EA – Free
- “Tiny City” by Chillingo International – Free
- “BOOK: Outback Dreams” by Rachael Johns – AU$4.99
- “The Sims Free to Play” by EA – Free
- “MAGAZINE: Taste.com.au” – AU$2.99
- “Need for Speed Most Wanted” by EA – AU$5.49
- “MOVIE: Vanity Fair” – AU$0.99
- “Bejeweled Blitz” by EA – Free
- “BOOK: The Luminaries” by Eleanor Catton – AU$4.99
- “MOVIE: Thirteen” – AU$0.99
- “BOOK: Burning Lies” by Helene Young – AU$4.99
- “Dungeon Keeper” by EA – Free
- “MAGAZINE: Super Food Ideas” – AU$1.99
- “Dead Ahead Game” by Chillingo International – Free
- “NBA Jam” by EA – AU$5.49
Note that you may see the sale pop-up in your region eventually and it may or may not have the same apps, movies, books, magazines and prices. The promotion for Google Play’s first birthday began March 5 last year, which at the time of writing this, it is already in that part of the world. Also, some of these apps were free to begin with, so it may not be the best promotion we’ve seen.
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