The Amazon Appstore for Android is currently offering 27 paid apps for free. The apps include games, utilities, reference, and creative applications.
Regular prices range from $0.99 to $59.00. In the past, Amazon’s free app bundles have remained free for two to three days.
Some highlights include:
Merriam-Webster’s Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged (normally $59.00): This tome includes more than 257,244 entries, 700,000 definitions, 143,000 etymologies, 100,000 quotations, and an extended thesaurus. It integrates PenReader handwriting recognition technology, full text searches, and English audio pronunciations.
Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II (normally $4.99): One of many Sonic games continuing the Sega heritage. It supports hardware game controllers as well as on-screen controls.
PrinterShare Mobile Print (normally $12.95): This app, as you might expect, enables printing from your mobile device. It supports printing to nearby Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB printers without a PC, and can print SMS, MMS, call logs, webpages, and other documents.
Knots 3D (normally $1.99): Learn to tie knots with this animated guide. It is localized for 15 languages, shows 360-degree views of the 92 included knots, and requires no permissions to install.
Not all apps can be installed on all Android devices, but they can still be added to one’s purchased apps account.
Is your app collection bursting at the seams?