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Up to £75 in Paid Apps & Games - FREE | New Years Special @ Amazon App Store

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To celebrate the new year Amazon are offering up to £75 worth of paid apps & games for free! Some new apps in this bundle, which haven't been free before. AVG AntiVirus PRO is currently on "sale" @…
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To celebrate the new year Amazon are offering up to £75 worth of paid apps & games for free!
Some new apps in this bundle, which haven't been free before.
AVG AntiVirus PRO is currently on "sale" @ Google Play for £5.40 and is FREE here!

These apps are available on Android devices which have the Amazon Appstore installed.

Happy new year everyone :)
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poopoo15
Why not on iPhones? They are the best phones after all.
Oh how I laughed and laughed and laughed.
28 Likes
Full list of FREE apps & games: (cheapest store mentioned)

MONOPOLY (50p on Google Play)
Fruit Ninja (54p on Google Play)
Angry Birds: Star Wars II (was 63p on the Amazon Appstore)
Riptide GP2 (was 99p on the Amazon Appstore)
Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink (99p on Google Play)
Deep Sleep with Andrew Johnson (£1.89 on Google Play)
Kingdom Rush Frontiers (64p on Google Play)
Table Top Racing (99p on Google Play)
AVG AntiVirus PRO (£5.40 on Google Play)
Thomas Was Alone (£1.99 on Google Play)
Orrery (was £1.18 on the Amazon Appstore)
LYNE (was £1.58 on the Amazon Appstore)
Calculator Plus (58p on Google Play)
Food Diary and Calorie Tracker PRO by MyNetDiary (was £2.49 on the Amazon Appstore)
Pho.to Lab PRO - professional photo editor (was £1.91 on the Amazon Appstore)
Alice Trapped in Wonderland (61p on Google Play)
Mini Piano ® (was 99p on the Amazon Appstore)
Patchworkz (was £1.22 on the Amazon Appstore)
Sparkle 2 Evo (£1.85 on Google Play)
Alarm Clock Xtreme (was £1.20 on the Amazon Appstore)
Garfield's Escape (was £1.49 on the Amazon Appstore)
Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past (was £1.84 on the Amazon Appstore)
Buttons and Scissors (Pro) (was £1.28 on the Amazon Appstore)
Townsmen Premium (was £1.81 on the Amazon Appstore)
Might and Magic Clash of Heroes (was £2.99 on the Amazon Appstore)
Xtralogic Remote Desktop Client (was £9.02 on the Amazon Appstore)
Azkend 2: The World Beneath (was £3.19 on the Amazon Appstore)
Stack the States (was £1.24 on the Amazon Appstore)
République (was £3.10 on the Amazon Appstore)
BuildCalc (was £12.72 on the the Amazon Appstore)
JEFIT Pro (£3.09 on Google Play)
Distant Suns: Unleash your inner astronaut (was £1.79 on the Amazon Appstore)
Bills Reminder (£2.50 on Google Play)

How to install the Amazon Appstore on your Android device

Edited By: SupremeJaguar on Dec 31, 2014 13:26: :
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SupremeJaguar
Full List Of Apps & Games:

MONOPOLY (50p on Google Play)
Fruit Ninja (was 59p)
Angry Birds: Star Wars II (was 63p)
Riptide GP2 (was 99p)
Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink (was £1.49)
Deep Sleep with Andrew Johnson (was £1.91)
Kingdom Rush Frontiers (was £1.17)
Table Top Racing (was £1.99)
AVG AntiVirus PRO (£5.40 on Google Play)
Thomas Was Alone (was £3.59)
Orrery (was £1.18)
LYNE (was £1.58)
Calculator Plus (was 65p)
Food Diary and Calorie Tracker PRO by MyNetDiary (was £2.49)
Pho.to Lab PRO - professional photo editor (was £1.91)
Alice Trapped in Wonderland (was 69p)
Mini Piano ® (was 99p)
Patchworkz (was £1.22)
Sparkle 2 Evo (was £1.86)
Alarm Clock Xtreme (was £1.20)
Garfield's Escape (was £1.49)
Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past (was £1.84)
Buttons and Scissors (Pro) (was £1.28)
Townsmen Premium (was £1.81)
Might and Magic Clash of Heroes (was £2.99)
Xtralogic Remote Desktop Client (was £9.02)
Azkend 2: The World Beneath (was £3.19)
Stack the States (was £1.24)
République (was £3.10)
BuildCalc (was 12.72)
JEFIT Pro (was £3.18)
Distant Suns: Unleash your inner astronaut (was £1.79)
Bills Reminder (was £2.54)

Kudos on the lazy links :) Bought the lot. They are going to have to give you a second VIP badge at this rate :D

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28 Likes #1
Full list of FREE apps & games: (cheapest store mentioned)

MONOPOLY (50p on Google Play)
Fruit Ninja (54p on Google Play)
Angry Birds: Star Wars II (was 63p on the Amazon Appstore)
Riptide GP2 (was 99p on the Amazon Appstore)
Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink (99p on Google Play)
Deep Sleep with Andrew Johnson (£1.89 on Google Play)
Kingdom Rush Frontiers (64p on Google Play)
Table Top Racing (99p on Google Play)
AVG AntiVirus PRO (£5.40 on Google Play)
Thomas Was Alone (£1.99 on Google Play)
Orrery (was £1.18 on the Amazon Appstore)
LYNE (was £1.58 on the Amazon Appstore)
Calculator Plus (58p on Google Play)
Food Diary and Calorie Tracker PRO by MyNetDiary (was £2.49 on the Amazon Appstore)
Pho.to Lab PRO - professional photo editor (was £1.91 on the Amazon Appstore)
Alice Trapped in Wonderland (61p on Google Play)
Mini Piano ® (was 99p on the Amazon Appstore)
Patchworkz (was £1.22 on the Amazon Appstore)
Sparkle 2 Evo (£1.85 on Google Play)
Alarm Clock Xtreme (was £1.20 on the Amazon Appstore)
Garfield's Escape (was £1.49 on the Amazon Appstore)
Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past (was £1.84 on the Amazon Appstore)
Buttons and Scissors (Pro) (was £1.28 on the Amazon Appstore)
Townsmen Premium (was £1.81 on the Amazon Appstore)
Might and Magic Clash of Heroes (was £2.99 on the Amazon Appstore)
Xtralogic Remote Desktop Client (was £9.02 on the Amazon Appstore)
Azkend 2: The World Beneath (was £3.19 on the Amazon Appstore)
Stack the States (was £1.24 on the Amazon Appstore)
République (was £3.10 on the Amazon Appstore)
BuildCalc (was £12.72 on the the Amazon Appstore)
JEFIT Pro (£3.09 on Google Play)
Distant Suns: Unleash your inner astronaut (was £1.79 on the Amazon Appstore)
Bills Reminder (£2.50 on Google Play)

How to install the Amazon Appstore on your Android device

Edited By: SupremeJaguar on Dec 31, 2014 13:26: :
#2
I'll be back...
3 Likes #3
Same apps over and over again cos there are not any more apps
2 Likes #4
Thanks, I foresee my phone becoming even more full :D I guess you 'buy' them they will be linked to your account, so you don't have to install them all?
1 Like #5
Cheers bud!
2 Likes #6
moneysavingkitten
Thanks, I foresee my phone becoming even more full :D I guess you 'buy' them they will be linked to your account, so you don't have to install them all?

Correct! :)
#7
Am I correct that these aren't available for iPhones?
#8
powwow31
Am I correct that these aren't available for iPhones?

Sadly not. :(
6 Likes #9
SupremeJaguar
Full List Of Apps & Games:

MONOPOLY (50p on Google Play)
Fruit Ninja (was 59p)
Angry Birds: Star Wars II (was 63p)
Riptide GP2 (was 99p)
Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink (was £1.49)
Deep Sleep with Andrew Johnson (was £1.91)
Kingdom Rush Frontiers (was £1.17)
Table Top Racing (was £1.99)
AVG AntiVirus PRO (£5.40 on Google Play)
Thomas Was Alone (was £3.59)
Orrery (was £1.18)
LYNE (was £1.58)
Calculator Plus (was 65p)
Food Diary and Calorie Tracker PRO by MyNetDiary (was £2.49)
Pho.to Lab PRO - professional photo editor (was £1.91)
Alice Trapped in Wonderland (was 69p)
Mini Piano ® (was 99p)
Patchworkz (was £1.22)
Sparkle 2 Evo (was £1.86)
Alarm Clock Xtreme (was £1.20)
Garfield's Escape (was £1.49)
Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past (was £1.84)
Buttons and Scissors (Pro) (was £1.28)
Townsmen Premium (was £1.81)
Might and Magic Clash of Heroes (was £2.99)
Xtralogic Remote Desktop Client (was £9.02)
Azkend 2: The World Beneath (was £3.19)
Stack the States (was £1.24)
République (was £3.10)
BuildCalc (was 12.72)
JEFIT Pro (was £3.18)
Distant Suns: Unleash your inner astronaut (was £1.79)
Bills Reminder (was £2.54)

Kudos on the lazy links :) Bought the lot. They are going to have to give you a second VIP badge at this rate :D
#10
Most have been free previously, but heat for the few that are new.
#11
Thanks op :)
3 Likes #12
20 of the 32 apps (not 33 - one is the normal Free App of the Day - 31st's is Pho.To Lab Pro - cheekily already free on 27 Jun 2014) have been free in the Amazon Appstore previously. Yes, this includes AVG Antivirus Pro mentioned in the OP, which was free on 13 Oct 2014.

You'll need to sideload the Amazon appstore app on one of your Android devices first and log into your Amazon account from inside the app. This ensures you have at least one device registered against your account. After that, it's quicker to "buy" these via the amazon.co.uk site first (on anything, inc. desktops/laptops), then use the Android Amazon appstore app at a later date to download, install and run the apps themselves.


Edited By: rkl on Dec 31, 2014 09:19: Install/login to app first, then 'buy'
#13
rkl
20 of the 32 apps (not 33 - one is the normal Free App of the Day - 31st's is Pho.To Lab Pro - cheekily already free on 27 Jun 2014) have been free in the Amazon Appstore previously. Yes, this includes AVG Antivirus Pro mentioned in the OP, which was free on 13 Oct 2014.

As usual, it's quicker to "buy" these via the amazon.co.uk site first (on any device), then sideload the Android Amazon appstore app at a later date to download, install and run the apps themselves. Yep, the OP forget to mention these apps are for Android only...

Never noticed that for free! I'm sure many others haven't too
Now's their chance to purchase it :)

I've that to the OP. Thanks
#14
Why can't Google and Amazon allow people without Android devices to purchase the apps to use later when they have the devices in future. Apple allow purchasing free apps without owning an Apple device so you can save the apps for later use.
#15
badzed
Why can't Google and Amazon allow people without Android devices to purchase the apps to use later when they have the devices in future. Apple allow purchasing free apps without owning an Apple device so you can save the apps for later use.


Have you got a friend who has an android phone and the Amazon app store installed? If so, ask them if they could sign out of the app, then you sign in using your Amazon credentials, 'buy' a free app using the app store. Once downloaded, you can click cancel so that it doesn't install on the phone and sign out of the app.

You will now be able to get all the free apps via the Amazon web site in the future.
#16
thanks have grabbed a few from the website that might not ever make it to the phone but you never know.
#17
lambchopuk
badzed
Why can't Google and Amazon allow people without Android devices to purchase the apps to use later when they have the devices in future. Apple allow purchasing free apps without owning an Apple device so you can save the apps for later use.

Have you got a friend who has an android phone and the Amazon app store installed? If so, ask them if they could sign out of the app, then you sign in using your Amazon credentials, 'buy' a free app using the app store. Once downloaded, you can click cancel so that it doesn't install on the phone and sign out of the app.

You will now be able to get all the free apps via the Amazon web site in the future.

Ah thanks for the info. I didn't know it needed just a one time sign-in.
#18
moneysavingkitten
Thanks, I foresee my phone becoming even more full :D I guess you 'buy' them they will be linked to your account, so you don't have to install them all?

Yeah just buy them when it starts downloading u can cancel and there added yo account
#19
Thanks op
#20
Cheers good spot
#21
Might and Magic - Clash of heroes is an awesome game. Takes a while to get into but once you do you will be hooked. Was critically acclaimed on consoles and handhelds.
#22
I got the last lot of them on my Blackberry Z10. Thanks for the heads up.
1 Like #23
badzed
Why can't Google and Amazon allow people without Android devices to purchase the apps to use later when they have the devices in future.
Another route might be an Android emulator (e.g. the one in the Android SDK, Bluestacks, Andyroid etc - Google for "android emulator") - sideload the Amazon appstore apk into that, login to your Amazon account from the app once and then use the amazon.co.uk Web site from any machine to 'buy' the free apps.

BTW, I don't think you can buy (or download/install) iOS apps from their iTunes Web interface - I think you have to install and run the iTunes app (you can possibly also do this from Windows, but I use Linux, so I'm locked out by Apple). The fact that Google and Amazon let you do your app purchases (with Google adding download/install to that too) via a Web interface as well as an application is a massive plus in my books and something Apple has utterly dismally failed to do from day one of iTunes.
1 Like #24
Most have been free before, some new ones. Everyone should get Thomas was alone if they haven't already. Class stuff!
#25
My 2 comments are that you don't have to wait for apps to finish downloading on your device to cancel. You can now cancel mid download.

My 2nd comment is that avg had been free before, but this version is version 3. Version 4 is available for kindle devices only (might even be fire phone only) on the Amazon store - I asked Amazon about it and they said ask avg, and avg say they're working with Amazon to get the newer version up. But then, that was months ago.
1 Like #26
Mostly same old same old. Got Thomas was Alone but the rest have mostly been free before. Heat for the post but don't know how many more times these can be 'free'
#27
Fantastic, thanks. AVG Pro now for free :) ...
#28
Why not on iPhones? They are the best phones after all.
#29
any other recommendations from the list?
#30
Can I download on a samsung device? How?
#31
boring apps
#33
Grabbed a few of interest, thank you
#34
poopoo15
Why not on iPhones? They are the best phones after all.

Because primarily it's an App Store for the (no longer branded Kindle) Fire devices. Which are Android derived.

And I know of no other Apple app stores which work without jailbreaking your device (happy to be corrected).
#35
poopoo15
Why not on iPhones? They are the best phones after all.


cause iphoners r used to getting milked. i mean iphoners have money
#36
ABTTh
poopoo15
Why not on iPhones? They are the best phones after all.


cause iphoners r used to getting milked. i mean iphoners have money
"Head in hands" at the standards of the British education!
#37

Thank you
32 Likes #38
poopoo15
Why not on iPhones? They are the best phones after all.
Oh how I laughed and laughed and laughed.
#39
rehydrated
I'll be back...

Me too! :)
#40
JO-JO
rehydrated
I'll be back...

Me too! :)

I don't get it........

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