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Amazon offering $137 worth of free apps

News by Luke Jones on Thursday September 25, 2014.

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Amazon's ecosystem may get knocked for having a lack of apps, but the truth is the company's store has a great many of the top titles, whether that be games or apps. The online retailer has today given users a great incentive to use their app store by putting $137 worth of titles for free, and there are some good ones too.

Just to be clear, Amazon's app store can be used on any Google Android based device, even one with the Google Play Store. It is simply a third party app store that can be downloaded via:

Settings>Check Unknown Sources box

Download the store at http://www.amazon.com/getappstore

Open AmazonApps-release.apk and then install and open the store.

Some of these free apps are pretty good and well worth a look.

Sonic 4 Episode II

Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden (Full)

Another World

Mahjong Artifacts

Riptide GP2

Quell Memento


Swype Keyboard

OfficeSuite Professional 7

SketchBook Pro

Paper Camera

City Maps 2Go Pro - Offline Map and Travel Guide

Earth & Moon in HD Gyro 3D PRO

Genius Scan+

Knots 3D

Merriam-Webster's Third New International, Unabridged for Android


My Diet Coach - Pro

Perfectly Clear

PrinterShare Mobile Print

Relax Melodies Premium: A White Noise Ambience For Sleep, Meditation & Yoga

Schedule Planner PRO

Sworkit PRO

Not a bad collection and we are sure there is something in there for everyone. All of these are traditionally paid apps, how much they cost without this deal will depend on your region, but you are saving 137 US dollars here. Amazon has said the deal will be live until September 27th, so you have 2 days to take advantage of it if there is anything here that you're interested in.

source: Amazon

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