Android users, head on over to the Amazon Appstore Friday and Saturday to grab more than 30 apps that would normally total more than $100.

The selection includes games, utilities, productivity apps, and media players. Their list prices range from $0.99 to $14.99.

Some of the most discounted apps include:

PUZZINGO Puzzles (Pro Edition) (normally $14.99): Designed for children with special needs, this collection includes more than 80 interactive puzzles comprising thousands of pieces. There are also mini-games for developing vocabulary, memory, cognitive skills, spatial recognition, and fine motor skills.

Informant 3 (normally $9.99): As an organizer, Informant 3 integrates a calendar, task list, notes, contacts, and sync functionality.

Travel Interpreter (normally $9.99): With more than 2,200 illustrated phrases and words with audio tracks for each of 32 languages, you can learn basic communication skills for just about anywhere you want to travel.

Jump Desktop (RDP & VNC) (normally $9.99): Remotely access your desktops or laptops. This app has been tested to work with Windows 2000 through Windows 8 as well as Mac OS X, TightVNC, RealVNC, UltraVNC, and Linux (Ubuntu Remote Desktop).

Plex (normally $4.99): This media client enables streaming music , photos, and video from desktop computers to tablets and phones. It also supports some online content channels.

If you’re worried about storage space on your device, you can still add the free apps to your account without downloading and installing them. They will remain in the cloud until you decide to install them.

All purchases require the Amazon Appstore for Android app. It is preinstalled on Kindle Fire tablets and the new Fire Phone. Instructions for downloading and installing it are provided here.