PSA: Amazon's giving over $135 in paid Android apps away for free

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Amazon's App Store offers a premium app for free, day-in and day-out, but from now through Saturday September 27, Amazon's giving away 27 premium apps away for free as part of a fall deal—a bundle that would normally sell for $135 in total.

These mega-deals are becoming an institution an Amazon, which has run several similar giveaways over the summer. That being said, there are some apps you'll definitely want to check out in this latest pack, including the OfficeSuite Professional productivity suite (normally $15), Autodesk's SketchBook Pro, and games like Riptide GP2, Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II, and Threes! (Trese Brothers Software's Heroes of Steel RPG is there too, and while I haven't played that game yet, the Trese Brother's Star Trader Android game utterly rocks.)

Here's a full list of all the games you can snag for the low, low price of absolutely nothing through Saturday:

  • Alarm Clock+
  • Air Harp (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Sonic 4 Episode II
  • Riptide GP2
  • Threes!
  • Quell Memento
  • Another World
  • Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden
  • Mahjong Artifacts
  • Paper Camera
  • Knots 3D
  • Heroes of Steel RPG
  • OfficeSuite Professional 7
  • SketchBook Pro
  • Genius Scan+
  • Perfectly Clear
  • Relax Melodies Premium
  • Schedule Planner Pro
  • Sworkit Pro
  • PrinterShare Mobile Print
  • My Diet Coach – Pro
  • mSecure
  • Merriam-Webster's Third New International Pro Dictionary
  • Swype Keyboard
  • City Maps 2Go Pro
  • Earth & Moon in HD Gyro 3D Pro
  • MetaMoJi Note (Kindle Fire Edition)

Note that you can download the apps individually, if you want some but not all of them. Open the Amazon App Store app on your mobile device—you'll need to sideload it if you're not using a Fire tablet or phone—or head to the bundle's page on the Amazon website to start basking in the freebies.

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