Amazon Appstore offers apps worth Rs 7,000 for free

Amazon has a new “Free App of the Day” bundle available today, with 38 paid apps and games worth $110 (approximately Rs 7,000) available for free until Sunday 12:30 pm IST.

The bundle is a regular deal from the Amazon Apstore, so make sure you get it while it’s hot. You’ll need to download and install the Amazon Appstore for Android, to be able to download any of the apps on offer. You can find the full instructions here. Remember, you’re going to have to check mark the “Allow Unknown Sources” option in your settings to download the Appstore and any other of the apps. And don’t worry if that feels unsafe, you can uncheck it again once you’re done with the installlations.

Another option is to visit the desktop website for the Amazon Appstore here, while logged in, and add the apps you want to your cart.

Here’s what’s on offer this weekend :


  • Highrise Word Heroes+
  • Royal Envoy (Premium)
  • Rebuild
  • Five Nights at Freddy’s 3
  • Angry Birds Seasons HD (Fire Edition)
  • Time Mysteries 2: The Ancient Spectres (Full)
  • Empress of the Deep: The Darkest Secret (Full)
  • Bloons TD 5
  • Angry Birds Seasons (Ad-Free)
  • Cooking Dash Deluxe
  • Grudgeball: Enter the Chaosphere
  • Sorcery! 3
  • Game Of Thrones – A Telltale Games Series
  • Star Traders 4X Empires Elite
  • Star Command
  • Bike Race Pro by Top Free Games
  • Mini Golf Mundo


  • True Booster | Speed Cleaner
  • G-Stomper VA-Beast Synthesizer
  • Perfectly Clear
  • Language Coach
  • SUPER WHY ABC Adventures: Alphabet
  • Deep Sleep with Andrew Johnson
  • Daily Expense Manager PRO
  • Xtralogic Remote Desktop Client
  • AVG AntiVirus PRO Android Security
  • Peppy Pals Beach – Fun EQ for Kids
  • ShutterFolio
  • Alarm Clock Xtreme & Timer
  • My Weekly Budget – MyWB
  • Fleksy Keyboard
  • Smart Office 2
  • PicShop – Photo Editor
  • Toca Kitchen (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Photo Studio PRO
  • Genius Scan+
  • Mirroring360 – AirPlay Receiver
  • Sago Mini Space Explorer
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