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Get Up To £150 Worth of Apps Free in the Amazon Apps


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Who doesn’t love some free festive cheer? To celebrate the season of goodwill, the Amazon Appstore is kicking off a huge Free App of the Day bundle over the Christmas holiday. 40 apps and games worth up to £150 will be available to customers completely free—providing those unwrapping new Amazon Fire and Android devices with an ideal opportunity to stock-up on popular apps.


From 24th December until 26th December, customers can pick from a stellar list of apps including popular games such as Angry Birds Space (Ad-Free), Colin McRae Rally, Worms 3 and much more. Apps are also available across a range of different categories, so whether you want to edit your Christmas snaps (PicShop – Photo Editor), boost your vocabulary (Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary) or get on top of your music, movies and photo library (Plex), there’s something for everyone.

Game On!
Whether you’re playing with your new tablet or you want some timeout from the family, the Christmas app bundle is chock full of games to keep you entertained over the break. Revisit platform classic Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (previously £1.83), try over 150 challenges in popular puzzler COGS (previously £1.85), or take control of your own virtual construction site with Construction Simulator 2014 (previously £2.28).

Bring in the New Year with the perfect playlist
Ready to rock your New Year’s Eve party? djay 2 (previously £1.99) will transform your Fire into a full–featured DJ system so you can curate your own beats, or you can tune into over 100,000 real radio stations and more than four million podcasts from all over the world with TuneIn Radio Pro (previously £5.88). No matter what you choose, you’re sure to have the perfect playlist to ring in the New Year.

New Year Resolution
The New Year is on its way; time to start revving up for 2015. Whether you want to start a new fitness regime with your new personal tracker, Endomondo Sports Tracker PRO (previously £2.99), or to learn play the guitar with Ultimate Guitar Tabs and Tools (previously £5.09), there’s plenty of free apps to see you into 2015.

Full information on the free apps available as part of the Amazon Appstore bundle is available at and include:

Fun & Games
·         Age of Zombies: Season 2 (£0.63)
·         Angry Birds Space (Ad-Free) (£0.63)
·         Angry Birds Space HD (Fire Edition) (£1.91)
·         Anomaly Warzone Earth HD (£2.56)
·         COGS (£1.85)
·         Colin McRae Rally (£1.49)
·         Construction Simulator 2014 (£2.28)
·         Farming Simulator 14 (£1.90)
·         Five Nights at Freddy’s (£1.80)
·         Quell Reflect (£1.24)
·         RPG Soul Historica (£3.99)
·         Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (£1.83)
·         Tarraria (3.12)
·         To-Fu Fury (£1.19)
·         Worms 3 (£2.99)

Music & Entertainment
·         djay 2 (£1.99)
·         iReal Pro – Music Book & Play Along (£7.98)
·         Plex (£2.98)
·         TuneIn Radio Pro (£5.88)
·         Ultimate Guitar Tabs and Tools (£5.09)

·         InstaPlace (£1.21)
·         Color Splash FX (£1.19)
·         Photo Transfer App (£1.27)
·         PicShop – Photo Editor (£1.99)
·         ShutterFolio, an app for Shutterfly (£1.88)

Health & Fitness
·         Endomondo Sports Tracker PRO (£2.99)
·         Just 6 Weeks (£1.19)
·         The Muscular System Manual: The Skeletal Muscles of the Human Body (£41.42)

·         Calculator Pro (£0.99)
·         ElectroDroid Pro (£1.58)
·         Fleksy Keyboard (£1.28)
·         InstaWeather PRO (£1.24)
·         Jump Desktop (RDP & VNC) (£6.37)
·         Mirroring360 – AirPlay Receiver (£4.34)
·         My Alarm Clock (£1.21)
·         Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 8th edition (£21.99)
·         Root Explorer (£3.00)
·         Splashtop Remote Desktop (£3.18)
·         Terraria (£3.12)
·         Tetris (£1.99)
·         Wolfram|Alpha (£1.86)

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Chris Hare
A True Tech Geek at Heart, I Started my life of being a Tech Geek at the age of 5 with the BBC Micro. Went on through most of Nintendo stuff and now a Xbox and PlayStation fan. I also leaked the information about the leaked Hotmail passwords story from October 2009 that went World Wide. I Started writing tech articles at the beginning of 2011, most of my articles are about Android phones and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and other gaming news. When Chris has free time its with the family.

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