For those who aren’t yet aware, the Amazon Appstore is known for being very generous. Not only do they give away a free paid app each day, but they also gathers up collections every so often to offer up free. Last month, for instance, Amazon offeredup $110 worth of apps and games for free.
The Amazon Appstore is currently offering over $50 worth of paid Android apps and games for free to all of you. Normally ranging from $0.99 to $11.99, these paid apps will be free for a limited time only. Specifically, you have until July 1st to take advantage.
Among the popular ones we see AVG AntiVirus PRO, Table Top Racing, The Bard’s Tale and many more others.
To get in on this fantastic offer, install the Amazon Appstore onto your Android phone or tablet. Once installed, you can get any or all of the apps.
Check out the complete list of apps and games offered below.
- Airport Mania 2: Wild Trips
- Alarm Clock – Alarm Clock Pro
- AVG Antivirus Pro
- Crazy Rocket
- Deep Under the Sky
- Endless Skater
- Fantastic 4 In a Row 2
- Mirroring360 – AirPlay Receiver
- Monkey Racing
- Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst (Full)
- No Gravity (Kindle Tablet Edition)
- Quell Memento
- Simply Yoga
- Source Memento
- Table Top Racing
- The Bard’s Tale
- The fantastic 4 in a Row 2
- tinyCam Monitor PRO for IP Cam
- Weather Live – Detailed forecasts and live weather conditions
Just keep in mind that all these paid apps and games will update only through the Amazon Appstore. Happy downloading!
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The Amazon App store is a complete failure. What an utter disaster it has become. Honestly, what was Amazon thinking in making it? They offer absolutely nothing new on top of the Google Play Store. From my understanding, at first they were charging developers a $99 per year fee to put apps on there (and Amazon would take weeks to approve apps, as well as routinely rejecting apps for minor problems), now they don’t charge devs anything because that was so ridiculous! And the “free app of the day” does nothing for developers. They just give away lots of free apps for a day, then return to getting miniscule downloads after the day is over.
Why would anyone pay anything or spend more than a few minutes to get their app listed on a store that is basically a small, much lesser viewed subset of the Google Play Store?
On the upside, developers now have tons of leverage over Amazon. I recently put a couple of my apps on Amazon that blatantly violate many of their terms of service (not in an illegal or spammy way, just in terms of having lots of Google content), and they still approved them within an hour. It’s probably not going to make me any money, but I figure more webpages with my brand name on it couldn’t hurt. Want to reject my app? Fine! Who cares?! I’ll just take it elsewhere.
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