We love a freebie or two here, and although it’s been a while since we’ve posted a paid apps gone free article for our Android-wielding readers, we believe that today’s mammoth list was well worth the wait. Not only does the list of 20+ apps offer a combined saving well in excess of $100, but there are some huge apps and titles in there from big-name companies like SEGA, Autodesk. If your Android device is in need of some new content, we’ve all of the details coming right up for you after the leap.
As with a number of large-scale Android app offers, the deal has been organized by Amazon, and as such, these apps must be downloaded via the online retailer’s Appstore client. Still, it’s a small price to pay or in this case, not pay, in order to grab a boatload of great apps and games, and here is the full list of titles available as of right now.
- Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II
- Riptide GP2
- Perfectly Clear
- Quell Memento
- Merriam-Webster’s Third New International Pro
- SketchBook Pro
- Alarm Clock+
- OfficeSuite Professional 7
- Sworkit Pro
- Relax Melodies Premium: A White Noise Ambience For Sleep, Meditation & Yoga
- Swype Keyboard
- Mahjong Artifacts (Full)
- Heroes of Steel RPG Elite
- Genius Scan+
- PrinterShare Mobile Print
- Earth & Moon in HD Gyro 3D PRO
- City Maps 2Go Pro
- Knots 3D
- Schedule Planner PRO
- Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden (Full)
- Air Harp (Kindle Tablet Edition)
- MetaMoJi Note (Kindle Fire Edition)
As with most freebies, these apps will only be a free for a limited time period, up till this Saturday, and given that Amazon has stipulated precisely when the fun will be drawn to a halt, you’ll probably want to get downloading sooner as opposed to later.
Looking at the list, our favorite app has to be the Swype Keyboard, which offers flowing, seamless typing experience that has influenced a number of third-party keyboard apps, and as for the games, our retro tendencies lean us towards SEGA’s Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II.
Still, there’s something for everybody here, and if you’re interested, grab the Amazon Appstore app from the Play Store and pick them up!
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