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Here’s how you can get £80 worth of free Android apps

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Amazon is giving away a smorgasbord of mobile apps completely free of charge, but you’ve only got two days to bag the deal.

Starting today, and running up to March 21, the Amazon Appstore is offering up over £80 worth of apps.

To get access to the apps, you’ll need either an Android, BlackBerry, or Amazon Fire mobile device, as well as the Amazon Appstore installed.

The apps range in worth from The Hidden World (£0.59), right up to Severs Ultimate Pro (£7.46), with several apps valued at over £6.

Here’s the full list of apps available to download for free, alongside their normal pricing:

  • Adventure Beyond Time - £0.63
  • Alphabet Aquarium Vol 1 - £1.49
  • Amelia and Terror of the Night - £0.99
  • Atomus HD - £1.24
  • Bank Escape Pro - £0.62
  • Business Calendar - £3.99
  • Chimpact 2 Family Tree - £1.30
  • Cross DJ Pro - £5.99
  • Cut the Rope - £0.63
  • Deep Under the Sky - £1.79
  • EasyTether - £6.38
  • Elements of Photography Pro - £1.99
  • Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek - £0.99
  • Five Nights at Frddy's 2 - £1.88
  • FolderSyn - £1.79
  • G-Stomper Studio - £6.36
  • Guardians of the Galaxy - £1.99
  • HanDBase Database Manager - £6.37
  • Kingdom Rush Origins - £0.64
  • Monkey Preschool Explorers - £1.75
  • NeoCal Advanced Calculator - £6.36
  • OpenDocument Reader - £2.59
  • Pumped BMX 2 - £1.90
  • Reading Trainer - £2.99
  • Repix - £1.49
  • Ruzzle - £1.99
  • Sago Mini Ocean Swimmer - £1.99
  • Servers Ultimate Pro - £7.46
  • SimplePlanes - £3.19
  • Slingshot Racing - £0.64
  • SUPER WHY! - £1.91
  • The Hidden World - £0.59
  • Unpossible - £1.17
  • World of Goo - £2.99

MattMe

March 20, 2015, 10:59 am

Just a word of warning on this one - every time I've attempted to installed the Amazon appstore part of the Amazon app I am warned that to run the install I have to 'turn on unknown sources in my phone's security settings', which is not something I'd really like to do!

Tom Healy

March 21, 2015, 1:31 am

That's just so that you can install the Appstore. Android is set up as standard to only allow from Google or your manufacturer. The system sees the appstore as an 'unknown' source. If you want to you can switch the unknown sources option back to off once you install from Amazon

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