Amazon's latest free app blowout gives away $140 in paid Android apps

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Amazon's firing up the blue light again, and this it's time giving away $140 worth of paid Android apps and games.

The ad-free version of the red hot Trivia Crack is free, and normally costs $2.99. Another good deal is OfficeSuite Professional, an app that edits Word, Excel, and PowerPoint compatible files and typically is $20. While Office for Android tablets is finally here and rather solid, it can't hurt to check out this longstanding editing suite.

Longtime favorite Doodle Jump and fitness app Runtastic Pro also can be yours at no cost. 80 Days, the utterly wonderful mobile game that took the world by storm last year, is also available as a gratis download.

Here's the full list of freebies:

  • 80 Days
  • A Scientific and Financial RPN Calculator
  • Back to Bed
  • Bag It! (Ad-Free)
  • Battery HD Pro
  • Buy Me a Pie! Grocery List Pro
  • Caveman Feast
  • Cut the Rope: Experiments
  • Delicious – Emily’s True Love
  • DoggCatcher Podcast Player
  • Doodle Jump
  • Food Substitutes
  • Glow Hockey 2 Pro
  • Guitar Pro
  • Hidden Object – Be My Valentine
  • Listure
  • Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English 5 – Audio Edition
  • MeteoEarth
  • Monsters Ate My Condo
  • mSecure
  • OfficeSuite Professional 8
  • Pocket Yoga
  • Relax Melodies Premium
  • Runtastic PRO
  • Shazam Encore
  • Simple Camera
  • Ski Safari: Adventure Time
  • Sleep as Android
  • Smart RAM Booster Pro
  • SmoothSync for Cloud Calendar
  • Sorcery! 2
  • Speed Reading Trainer Full
  • Stellarium Mobile Sky Map
  • Sworkit Pro
  • Travel Interpreter
  • Trivia Crack (Ad Free)
  • Tunable

You know the drill. Make sure you sideload the Amazon Appstore on your phone or tablet in order to get these apps onto your device. You'll also want to keep it around for app updates and when Amazon inevitably drops another big sale.

Head to the Amazon Appstore page and start claiming any freebies that catch your eye. They're available through February 14.

The impact on you: If you want to score some great Android paid apps from time to time, it's worth putting Amazon's Appstore on your device. Just remember whenever you get a new phone or tablet you'll need to manually install it and re-download your apps. Of course, by then you'll probably move on to the next addicting game anyway.

This story, "Amazon's latest free app blowout gives away $140 in paid Android apps" was originally published by Greenbot.

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