It's not a deal, it's a steal: Amazon is giving away 37 Android apps for free, they normally cost $140

Let's be honest, we all love promotions and deals. But what's better than a price slash? A product gone free, of course! That's exactly what's going on in Amazon's App Store - a pretty sweet promotion is lurking around, trying to find more devices to land on.Amazon is giving away 37 Android apps, which will normally set you back roughly $140, but you can get all of them for free at the moment. 

The apps in question are: 80 Days, A Scientific and Financial RPN Calculator, Back to Bed, Bag It! (Ad-Free), Battery HD Pro, Buy Me a Pie!, Grocery List Pro, Caveman Feast, Cut the Rope: Experiments, Delicious – Emily’s True Love, DoggCatcher Podcast Player, Doodle Jump, Food Substitutes, Glow Hockey 2 Pro, Guitar Pro, Hidden Object – Be My Valentine, Listure, Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English 5 – Audio Edition, MeteoEarth, Monsters Ate My Condo, mSecure, OfficeSuite Professional 8, Pocket Yoga, Relax Melodies Premium, Runtastic PRO, Shazam Encore, Simple Camera, Ski Safari: Adventure Time, Sleep as Android, Smart RAM Booster Pro, SmoothSync for Cloud Calendar, Sorcery! 2, Speed Reading Trainer Full, Stellarium Mobile Sky Map, Sworkit Pro, Travel Interpreter, Trivia Crack (Ad Free), and finally, Tunable. 

You can follow the source link to check the apps out and download them to your Android machine. As usual with promotions, there's no word how long this one will last, so if any of these is floating your boat, don't hesitate to claim it while you still can.

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13 Comments

1. imran86

Posts: 208; Member since: Sep 14, 2012

I don't give a damn about the free app deals. Long live the cracked APKs.

2. EcoCare

Posts: 444; Member since: Jul 30, 2014

Good luck updating your illegal apps.

3. Settings

Posts: 2943; Member since: Jul 02, 2014

The same reason devs prefer iOS platform than Android.

4. 14545

Posts: 1835; Member since: Nov 22, 2011

Seriously, you're a jerk. I'm all for torrenting movies and TV shows etc. But most devs don't make all that much money from this stuff. So the least you can do is kick them the few bucks they ask for. I think I have had 3 or so apps that I paid for that either got regressively worse, or they stopped supporting. (one of which is Tapatalk and there is no alternative) so don't be a dick.

5. FlyingDutch

Posts: 97; Member since: Jan 30, 2015

Yeah, people willing to pay for others' hard works usually go for iOS. On the other hand, piracy is the primary reason for most Android users choosing it.

9. pept68

Posts: 40; Member since: Apr 05, 2013

People willing to pay for others hard work go to ios??? How many ios users jailbreak their iphone just so they can do the same!! You thinking that everyone on android pirate their apps is..... Really, really dumb! It happens on both sides, it just easier to do on android. Most users on android have no clue on how to do it let alone choose android so they can! The primary reason most users choose android is choice.... Remember if you’re going to stick your head up your a$$, remember to pull it out to breathe

10. ikenvape

Posts: 309; Member since: May 28, 2014

Apparently you're not informed. Once jail broken on ios. You can gain access to full fledged app stores that are exclusive to modded paid apps for free. Jailbreak is meant to free your device and thieve from developers as well. You see, not all people from android root to steal as ios users aren't either. It is up to the user.

12. pept68

Posts: 40; Member since: Apr 05, 2013

Not sure if your comment was aimed at me, or flyingdutch?? But yes we are saying the same thing. When i was on ios, i would jailbreak to get access to add features that are now available on the stock OS. Sure i could have installed stolen apps, just as it is my choice to do so on android. But flyingdutch thinks we are all thieves... that’s why we choose android??

13. ikenvape

Posts: 309; Member since: May 28, 2014

Totally agree with you Pept68. I was aimed at Dutch, hoping he would understand instead of being so biased .

6. polarbear7

Posts: 5; Member since: Apr 14, 2014

it is not a deal, steal or any other kind of nice thing when you have to have the amazon app installed. Once that is disabled the "free" apps break.

11. torr310

Posts: 1720; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

Correct. Also many of these apps NEVER update! I found some of the apps are 2 or 3 years old on Amazon App Store but there are newer versions on Google Play.

7. El_Saam

Posts: 12; Member since: Oct 22, 2014

amazon appstore dosen't work

8. meanestgenius

Posts: 22721; Member since: May 28, 2014

Nice! I will definitely check some of these out for my Fire HDX tablet and Fire Phone.

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