Great news, Amazon AppStore is back with another free apps offer. Starting now and through December 26th, the company is celebrating this Christmas by offering a number of paid apps and games for free, as part of the largest Free App of the Day bundle ever. The bundle includes apps and games from developers like Halfbrick Studios, Rovio Entertainment and Sega of America, which range in price from $0.99 to $64.99, all for free—saving customers up to $220.
Check out the full app list below: (list may change a little for different countries):
The Muscular System Manual: The Skeletal Muscles of the Human Body ($64.99)
$220 Worth Top Paid Android Apps and Games Free @ Amazon Appstore
You’ll need to have the Amazon App Store installed on your Android device to take advantage of this promo. You can follow the instructions here to install it on your Android device. Then visit the promo page below to download & install these apps & games for free. Remember, this limited period offer is available only between Wednesday, 24th December to Friday, 26th December 2014.
If Amazon Appstore is not available in your country or region, you may just change your ‘1-Click address’ to a US/UK/Au/Ca address. Go into ‘Manage Your Content and Devices’ page and then Select the “Settings” tab. Below “Country Settings”, click the “Change” button to change your country setting. Click the “Update” button when finished. You can always change back to your country setting at any time.
Also starting today, and for a limited time, when customers buy or gift Amazon Coins (which can be used for future app/in-app purchases), they can get up to a 30% discount on their overall Coins purchase—up to triple the normal savings to spend on apps, games and in-app items, like card packs in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, gold in Game of War-Fire Age, lollipop hammers in Candy Crush Saga and gems in Brave Frontier. Throughout the remainder of December and into the New Year, customers will find 50-85% discounts on titles from developers like Disney, Gameloft and Sony Pictures Television.