Here are 33 paid Android apps for free to kick start your New Year festivities on your smartphone or tablet. You can save $110 instantly if you don’t hesitate. More details can be found after the jump.
In the past month, we’ve seen a plethora of paid digital goodies go on sale on almost every mobile and desktop platform. One of those platforms happened to be Android, with the online retail giant Amazon being graciously generous with its free app bundles.
Just a few days back, at the start of Christmas, Amazon threw an array of popular paid apps towards Android users, for free, and the collective worth of the titles amounted to $220. This time around on New Year’s Eve – as is in a good western part of the globe right now – Amazon has just pulled the price tags off a good 33 paid apps for its "Free App of the Day Bundle" initiative.
Naturally, if you’ve already swept through the Christmas bundle on the 25th and 26th of December a few days back, this new bundle wouldn’t impress you much where you are likely to find a couple of repeats as well. However, for those who missed out on that, this is the closest you will get to a bundle for a while now.
A complete list of the 33 apps has been listed below and depending on your device or location, you may see a few apps skipped from your Amazon account.
- Alarm Clock Xtreme
- Alice Trapped in Wonderland
- Angry Birds Star Wars
- AVG Antivirus PRO Android Security
- Azkend 2: The World Beneath
- Bills Reminder
- Buttons and Scissors Pro
- Calculator Plus
- Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
- Deep Sleep with Andrew Johnson
- Distant Suns: Unleash Your Inner Astronaut
- Food Diary and Calorie Tracker
- Fruit Ninja
- Garfield’s Escape
- JEFIT Pro
- Kingdom Rush Frontiers
- Might and Magic Clash of Heroes
- Mini Piano
- Patchworkz (Full)
- Pho.to Lab PRO
- Riptide GP 2
- Sparkle 2 Evo
- Stack the States
- Table Top Racing
- Thomas Was Alone
- Townsmen Premium
- Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past
- Xtralogic Remote Desktop Client
All of the above mentioned apps are available to download from the Amazon Appstore.
Make sure to check out our Android Apps gallery to explore more apps for your Android device.