Amazon Appstore

Still get up to 60% off apps and in-app purchases on other selected apps

Amazon is still celebrating its Appstore's third birthday, and the next wave of deals are now available. Right now you'll find 14 paid apps completely free through the Amazon Appstore, worth over $50. (A subset of apps are also available in the UK from the Amazon Appstore, totaling £25 in savings):

  • POLARIS Office ($12.99)
  • Runtastic PRO GPS Running, Walking & Fitness Tracker ($4.99)
  • Swype Keyboard ($3.99)
  • mSecure - Password Manager and Secure Digital Wallet ($9.99)
  • PrintHand Mobile Print Premium ($12.95)
  • Worms 2: Armageddon ($0.99)
  • Worms 2: Armageddon (Kindle Tablet Edition) ($0.99)
  • King of Math Junior ($1.99)
  • Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots ($0.99)
  • Dr. Panda's Airport ($1.99)
  • MONOPOLY ($4.99)
  • Sketchbook Pro ($4.99)
  • Ski Safari: Adventure Time ($0.99)
  • SpinArt ($1.99)
  • Battle Maiden Yuko Runner ($10.00)

But these aren't the only deals — as the birthday celebration continues, you'll be able to find other deals of up to 60% off on select apps and in-app purchases as well.

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There are 47 comments

Andro10 says:

15MB Amazon app must be installed in order for these apps (or any Amazon app) to run. Deal breaker!

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BoB16731 says:

Oh no a 15 meg install ....

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Jabid21 says:

That one isn't the problem for me. It's a resource hog, keeps running in the background even when you don't need it. 1 GB memory on my One X seems really low now these days.

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Just uninstall it once you grab the free apps... .

Got Nexus?

eahinrichsen says:

The Amazon App store app has to be installed for apps that are installed through it to run.

Posted from one of an unnecessarily large collection of Nexus devices because I'm That Guy

sublimaze says:

Greenify it.

Duffin says:

And? It's checking so it can let you know when there are updates.

ScottJ says:

You so funny.

Podolsky says:

Try to install something from play store without play store...

Posted from my new Nexus 5

Podolsky says:

SwiftKey worth it.

Posted from my new Nexus 5

Executor32 says:

Battle Maiden Yoko Runner, on the other hand...

eahinrichsen says:

Oh my god, how did they charge $10 for that regularly?

Cares says:

You mean Swype?

Free isn't worth me having to install their appstore.

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Monopoly isn't for free Andrew,just checked

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DirkBelig says:

It's showing as free for me in the US. It also tells me, "You purchased this item on December 28, 2011." I remember that the UI was broken back then with the tap zones not aligned with the graphics.

fuzzylumpkin says:

It's also free for me in the UK.

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Sh3ngLong says:

sequoia462 says:

Free for me in Canada as well.

ryaninc says:

The Amazon appstore has real problems without a connection. I had several games installed on the my tablet which I let the kids use. When they want to play games in the car, for example, without a connection, the amazon app will frequently sign out for no reason. Once it signs out, ALL apps from amazon will stop working entirely and won't work until you sign in again...which you can't do without a connection. So beware grabbing these free apps if you want to use them on a device like a tablet that doesn't have a constant connection.

Or you don't have an unlimited data plan on your phone.
Or you go places where you're roaming for data.
Or you travel for work on airplanes.
Or go in buildings. :D

Amazon... srsly?

morjoie says:

I found the same problem when my Nexus 7 didn't have a connection. That's one of the reasons I stopped downloading apps from Amazon. That and also their apps tend to lag with updates, sometimes by several versions.

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axllebeer says:

Awesome! That printing app worked great on my Q10! How cool is that. Finally a decent bringing app for my BlackBerry.

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NoNexus says:

Lose BlackBerry and you can actually have more options.

axllebeer says:

And I'll loose the options that matter most to me. Everyone has an opinion, and that's fine by me.
I have other Android tablets to fill the rest of the void. :)
Besides, I have Google play on my Q10 too.
I've done the Android phone thing and although I'd take it over an iPhone any day of the week, I prefer a BlackBerry.
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buffdaddy72 says:

Not a bad selection. At least it's better than the lame Playstore 2 year anniversary deals.

deuceja says:

I was just about to comment that same thing because theirs was not something to get excited for

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+1

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rivencap says:

+1

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dirtydog74 says:

I'm not seeing Polaris Office. Anyone?

Edit: Found it. For some reason it says it's not compatible with my device. (LG G2) Weird cause my device comes with it installed.
I actually like when amazon has the same app as my phone (for free), that way if I change devices I will still have the app available.

cedpme says:

I was about to blast the same question. Ughh...not compatible with my Galaxy Tab 3 7". Bummer. I do have it installed in my device, but I believe the version I have is the basic version. It still works. Oh well, I will be content with Monopoly for now.

Marvin-13 says:

when i logged on through my pc it said that was only for the kindle

mxmarcus says:

More to add to my collection of apps.
One day I will install the one I need

deuceja says:

That's how I feel you never know when you need it

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rivencap says:

++1

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deuceja says:

For some reason I couldn't find Polaris Office wish I could have found I need a word like app on my phone

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Amir47 says:

Doesn't Google have some sort of mini office app?

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arutemauepon says:

Polaris office isn't showing up on my amazon app store.
I checked the amazon website and it's free but it's not compatible to all my nexus devices.

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Wobblin30 says:

Free Polaris is for Kindle only devices.
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exkerZ says:

I have worms for kindle(version) tablet. I love worms, I'm a freaking wizard with the ropes. My friends always limit our ropes to minimal usage because it is unfair how good I am at it. And now, I will have this wonderful game on my nexus. FOR FREE! Heck yeah!

MetalMike901 says:

Grabbed mSecure, but not sure if I'll really use it. I love LastPass for desktop, never really used a mobile password manager. Thought I'd grab msecure while its free and if I decide to utilize it, at least it's there. Haven't really researched much about mobile password managers, so I'm wondering if msecure is thought as one of the better options or are there better choices?

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MJKearney says:

In the mobile password space, there seem to be endless choices, and many look quite good. I've read positive things about mSecure. But about a year and a half ago, after a bit of research, I ended up with Safe in Cloud for my Nexus 7. The dev also created a free desktop version (you can even download and use it without using the mobile app). Importing my passwords from my existing desktop password manager was simple (the import template didn't exist for my particular password manager, but the developer created one for me within a few hours after I emailed him; LastPass importing is already built-in, I believe). Safe in Cloud works perfectly for me, and I use it much more on my tablet and phone than on my desktop. The best part, of course, is that your password file is securely stored in your cloud account of choice (Drive, Dropbox, Box) and seamlessly syncs with every change you make, so you see all updates you make immediately on any device you use. Although LastPass looked good when I researched it, I was hesitant about having them host my password file, not for any particular valid reason! Anyway, if it's free, you might as well test out mSecure on a few passwords. But also check out Safe in Cloud.

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Suntan says:

I've been using msecure for years now. It works well.

planoman says:

Grabbed mSecure and runtastic. Just loaded them to the cloud with my other apps. Have not installed them but I have them them there Amazon apps. Have never had an issue with the app. I like how you can keep it on the amazon app cloud till you want to load it.

John Vue says:

Why do people whine and pout about free stuff?

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Pop Patel says:

May be cause its "FREE STUFF"!!

ahutchga1972 says:

I grabbed Polaris and the printing app for my Kindle Fire. Thanks Amazon!

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