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Every day Amazon offers a paid Android app for free. Today the company is offering 37.
Some titles included in the deal include OfficeSuite Pro 8, Doodle Jump, Cut the Rope, Runtastic Pro, and DoggCatcher Podcast Player.
Note that you’ll need to install the Amazon Shopping or Amazon Appstore apps on your Android phone to use any of these apps, and some developers have a habit of updating their apps more slowly in Amazon’s app store than Google’s. But it’s hard to argue with the price.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- 37 Android apps for free – Amazon Appstore
- Get a free Fire TV Stick or $50 off a Fire TV when you sign up for 3-months of Sling TV – Amazon
- Get a free Roku Streaming Stick or $50 Roku 3 with a 3-month Sling TV subscription – Sling TV
- Refurb Hisense Sero 7 Pro Android 4.2 tablet for $50 – Newegg (coupon: EMCANKA99 )
- Refurb Asus Transformer Book T100 2-in-1 Windows tablet for $200 – NeweggFlash
- Dell Venue 11 Pro 5000 w/64GB, Atom Z3795, Keyboard, pen for $512 – Dell
- Dell XPS 11 2-in-1 tablet w/WQHD display for $550 – Dell (coupon: 4S79F2CJG$974M)
- Alienware 13 gaming laptop for $925 – Dell (coupon: K15G30KJW?KD96)
- PNY 128GB USB 3.0 flash drive for $35 – TigerDirect (coupon: FQN152191)
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
NewEgg has added an ECS LIVA (non-X) Shell Shocker at this point — $99.99. https://www.newegg.com/Special/ShellShocker.aspx?cm_sp=Homepage_SS-_-P3_56-501-007-_-02122015
It’s funny that Newegg has a refurbished device, but only says refurbished in the title bar. Seems kind of sneaky.
Note – you can also get $50 off the regular Amazon TV box with that Sling TV deal. Or a free roku stick. Or $50 off a roku 3 box.
I already had the Fire TV listed, but I added the Roku deal.
Is “zotac” sponsoring this article? It just snuck itself in as the first word of the article.
The word replaces “station” in the 2015 Bill and Ted Compendium.
It was the sole survivor of a tragic copy and paste error.
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