The Amazon app store is hosting an app giveaway for Android users.
Even if you don’t have a Kindle Fire, you can still take advantage of this giveaway.
This generosity isn’t surprising from Amazon, considering the company already gives away a free app from its app store every day. But now it’s giving away a total of 30 apps, worth $100 combined. This deal is available for Android users in the U.S., U.K., Australia, and India.
The Amazon Fire phone may not be shipping for another month or so, but the company is eager to generate lots of buzz for the new phone, and what better way to do so than with lots of free apps?
The Amazon app store has been growing in popularity on Android devices, and Amazon wants to keep it that way. Head of the Amazon app store in India, Parag Gupta, told indianexpress, “Our Free App of the Day programme is hugely successful and makes users come back to us. We just want them to continue using our store and that is where bundling of apps is also coming popular.”
It’s only a two-day giveaway, so users will need to download Amazon’s app store quickly.
You can check out the free apps here. Some game highlights include Sonic the Hedgehog 2, which usually costs $3, and Dungeon Village, usually $4.40. Plex (normally $4.99), an app that helps you organize data across various devices, AccuWeather (normally $2.99), and Travel Interpreter, normally $9.99, are other notable apps in the bundle.
Here’s the full list:
Card Wars — Adventure Time
Sonic The Hedgehog 2
The Room Two
Dr. Panda’s Bus Driver
Wedding Dash Deluxe
Sudoku 10’000 Plus
Pho.to Lab PRO
Enigmatic: The Ghosts of Maple Creek
EZ Money Manager
MobiLearn Talking Phrasebook
Splashtop Remote Desktop
Pinball Deluxe Premiere
2Do: Todo List
League of Heroes Premium
Real Shanghai Mahjong
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