Day 4 of Google's 10 cent app giveaway discounts NFS Shift, Game Dev Story and more

Day 4 of Google's 10 cent app giveaway discounts NFS Shift, Game Dev Story and more
Google’s celebration of the Android Market reaching 10 billion application downloads is probably the best thing that’s happened to users in quite a while. In the last three days, the company has slashed the prices of 30 apps radically to only a dime. 

Today is day 4 of the app giveaway, and here are the titles Google has slashed to a mere $0.10 today:


Plenty of excellent titles, aren’t there? The apps from yesterday should still retail for 10 cents, so if you didn’t get a chance to download them then, maybe you still can find them cheap on the market today, but you’d better hurry. Here’s what Google has discounted so far:

Google Android Market 10 cent app promo day #1 (the apps are no longer discounted),
Google Android Market 10 cent app promo day #2 (the apps are no longer discounted),
Google Android Market 10 cent app promo day #3 (the discount still appears at the time of this writing).


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5 Comments

1. GALAXY-S

Posts: 701; Member since: Jun 07, 2011

hmm need for speed and shazam sound good

2. jcoberg10

Posts: 112; Member since: Oct 30, 2009

not working keep getting errors on incredible 1 and incredible 2

3. Forsaken77

Posts: 553; Member since: Jun 09, 2011

Look to see if the app is compatible with your device. I bought 6 out of the 10 today and they all were bought just fine over wi-fi. I bought them from my computer and when your on the marketplace from a pc, it'll tell you which of your devices the app is compatible with. I've had many android phones and now I use the skyrocket, but the oldest phone is not compatible with alot of newer apps.

4. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

Bought Sentinel 3 - jcoberg, get a RAZR :-)

5. Dmann

Posts: 165; Member since: Oct 17, 2011

I'm buying all games, even the ones I'll never open. In this kind of promotion, maybe Google pay the developers the difference from the regular price. So I figured we could pay those 10 cents so Google pays the devs. Just a wild guess, though, but if true, we would be supporting the devs.

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