Amazon giving away $50 worth of apps, including Polaris, Sketchbook Pro, Swype, and Runtastic
Have you heard? Amazon’s Appstore is turning three. To celebrate, the retail giant has been cutting prices on select apps all week, and today it’s topping the cake off with free apps that would normally cost you $50.
Who can say no to free apps, especially when the selection includes quality titles like Autodesk Sketchbook, Worms 2: Armageddon, Runtastic Pro, Swype Keyboard, and mSecure Password Manager?
Here’s the full list of apps available for free in the United States:
- Toca Lab
- Ski Safari: Adventure Time
- Dr. Panda’s Airport
- Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots
- SketchBook Pro
- Worms 2: Armageddon (Kindle Tablet Edition)
- Swype Keyboard
- POLARIS Office
- Worms 2: Armageddon
- Runtastic PRO
- PrintHand Mobile Print Premium
- King of Math Junior
- Battle Maiden Yuko Runner
A little something for everyone, as you can see. Start downloading here.
Reddit user neo7 has kindly collected the links for the same promo on several localized stores:
The promo is open until tomorrow, Saturday, March 22, the day when, three years ago, Jeff Bezos’ company introduced the Appstore to the world. Happy birthday!