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The Amazon Appstore has a free app of the day, allowing you to snag a different paid app for $0 every day. Today Amazon is going a bit further and offering more than 30 apps for free.

Some standouts include Plex, The Room Two, Root Explorer, and Splashtop Remote HD. All told you can save more than $100 buy adding all of the available apps to your cart… you don’t have to install them right away. As long as you click the Free button, they’re added to your account and you can download them later on an Android phone or tablet with the Appstore installed or on an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet.

free kindle apps

Don’t have a Kindle Fire? No problem — GameStop is offering $100 off some recent Kindle Fire HDX models. The only catch is that they’re used. Staples also has some deals on new models, or you can always pick up refurbs from A4C.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Tablets and apps




You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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One reply on “Deals of the Day (6-27-2014)”

  1. Amazon hasn’t offered a useful free app in a while so this is most welcome… except I’ve already gotten the useful stuff right from Goog already. Still Cool

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