Amazon offering $50 in free apps for Appstore’s third birthday
Good Guy Amazon is giving away $50 worth of free Android apps and games today and into tomorrow. Why? Because the Amazon Appstore is celebrating its third birthday already! Indeed, there’s more than a dozen different titles to choose from and all of them are free for the limited time period.
Even if you don’t plan on using or playing in the short term, at least go to their website and add it to your library. It will be yours to install at no cost down the road.
Continuing the celebration of the Amazon Appstore third birthday, starting today, March 21st and running through Saturday, March 22nd, Amazon Appstore is giving away fourteen Amazon Appstore Hit apps worth over $50 for free! Free apps included in the Amazon Appstore Hits bundle can be found at www.amazon.com/FADhits and include:
- POLARIS Office ($12.99)
- Runtastic PRO GPS Running, Walking & Fitness Tracker ($4.99)
- Swype Keyboard ($3.99)
- mSecure – Password Manager and Secure Digital Wallet ($9.99)
- PrintHand Mobile Print Premium ($12.95)
- Worms 2: Armageddon ($0.99)
- Worms 2: Armageddon (Kindle Tablet Edition) ($0.99)
- King of Math Junior ($1.99)
- Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots ($0.99)
- Dr. Panda’s Airport ($1.99)
- MONOPOLY ($4.99)
- Sketchbook Pro ($4.99)
- Ski Safari: Adventure Time ($0.99)
- SpinArt ($1.99)
- Battle Maiden Yuko Runner ($10.00)
On top of the free stuff listed above customers can continue score discounts of up to 60% off on select apps. What’s more, you can still get in on the Amazon Coins promo which gives users back 50% of their in-app purchases.
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