Day 4 of Google’s 25 billion app downloads celebration: sales continue with new $0.25 Google Play deals

September 30, 2012
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    As Android fans already know, Google Play has reached an impressive milestone a few days ago, 25 billion app downloads. In order to celebrate it, Google is now offering plenty of digital content for a discounted price. Whether it’s apps, movies, books or magazines, chances are you’re going to find a bargain to take advantage of these days.

    In fact, today we’re going to show you the $0.25 apps that are available in Day 4 of celebrations. Here are the apps you can buy today from the Google Play store for just a quarter:

    • Where’s My Perry
    • Ski Safari
    • Order & Chaos Online
    • Farm Invasion USA – Premium
    • Cogs
    • Camera Zoom FX
    • Cut the Rope
    • Pool Break Pro
    • RealCalc Plus
    • Madden NFL 12
    • Endomondo Sports Tracker
    • Cut the Rope HD
    • Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book
    • Broken Sword: Director’s Cut

    There are certainly some interesting apps in the list above, especially games like Cut the Rope, Cut the Rope HD and Madden NFL 12. Just follow this link to check them out. What apps will you be buying today?

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    • William

      Hi,
      I’m running a galaxy s3 with stock 4.0.4. On my iphone 4, i had this game so i bought it for my S3. But when I try to get the additional data, it gets stuck at 0% and says download failed. Could anyone tell me how to fix this problem or give me a link to download the sd data?

      • http://twitter.com/mobilephonesfan Mobile Phones Fan

        Obviously, this could be caused by a temporary glitch at Google’s servers. But in my experience it’s more often due to poor signal and/or a device switching between radios (say, from network connection to WiFi) during the d/l.

        Best advice: reboot the phone, then check for a good connection before re-trying any failed/partial downloads. If Android sees the app as ‘paid for’ but not yet downloaded/installed, look for a ‘Purchased’ button in the Play Store app.

    • AndroidBrian

      $0.25 apps were updated.

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