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Amazon Appstore giving away 14 hit Android apps for FREE (Reg. $50) as birthday celebration continues


Amazon announced earlier this month that it would launch 2-weeks of gifts through the US Amazon Appstore to celebrate the store’s third birthday this Saturday. Today we get one of the best deals yet with the company offering 14 premium Android apps that usually sell for over $50 for completely free.

14 free hit Android apps from the Amazon Appstore

The free apps include many popular and hit apps including Polaris Office (Reg. $13), Runtastic (Reg. $5), Swype (Reg. $4), Monopoly (Reg. $5), Sketchbook Pro (Reg. $5), and many more. The full list is below and you can head over to Amazon for all the deals launching today

·          POLARIS Office ($12.99)

·          Runtastic PRO GPS Running, Walking & Fitness Tracker ($4.99)

·          Swype Keyboard ($3.99)

·          mSecure – Password Manager and Secure Digital Wallet ($9.99)

·          PrintHand Mobile Print Premium ($12.95)

·          Worms 2: Armageddon ($0.99)

·          Worms 2: Armageddon (Kindle Tablet Edition) ($0.99)

·          King of Math Junior ($1.99)

·          Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots ($0.99)

·          Dr. Panda’s Airport ($1.99)

·          MONOPOLY ($4.99)

·          Sketchbook Pro ($4.99)

·          Ski Safari: Adventure Time ($0.99)

·          SpinArt ($1.99)

·          Battle Maiden Yuko Runner ($10.00)

The 14 free app deal will only last until tomorrow, Saturday, March 22nd. You can find the rest of today’s game and app deals here.

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Jordan writes about all things Apple as Senior Editor of 9to5Mac, & contributes to 9to5Google, 9to5Toys, & He also co-authors 9to5Mac’s weekly Logic Pros series and makes music as one half of Toronto-based Makamachine.