Amazon is offering $80 of free paid apps through today and Saturday

Amazon has begun a bumper weekend app bundle giveaway today. The online e-tailing, books and entertainment giant is offering “Over $80 in Handy Paid Apps FREE Friday & Saturday Only,” for registered Amazon users to download. Top choices among the 17 available freebies include the Oxford Dictionary of English with Audio (usually $24.99), Tiny Scan Pro: PDF Document Scanner (usually $3.99), MathsApp Graphing Calculator (usually $4.99) and the Fleksy Keyboard app (usually $3.99).

If you have an Amazon login the flood of freebies is easy to download on your Android device or computer. On your Android device get them via the Amazon app (which if you don’t have is downloadable direct from Google Play.) A link where you can discover all the apps is here on your device or computer is here. On a computer you can easily browse the apps displayed on the web page and click to “get now with one click” and send to your registered devices.

Amazon-free-apps

Amazon often partakes in this kind of promotion so if you are an Android device owner – even if it isn’t a Kindle – it is well worth downloading the Amazon App Store app and checking it out sometimes. Personally I have grabbed many a gem for my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 this way including the likes of Plex, PDF Max 4, Swype and Slay.

So what’s available on offer today (Friday) and tomorrow? I’ve compiled a list for you below in alphabetical order:

  • AndroZip Pro File Manager
  • Business Card Reader PRO
  • Camera Zoom FX
  • EasyTether
  • Fleksy
  • HanDBase Database Manager
  • MathsApp Graphing Calculator
  • MobiMail for Outlook Web Email
  • Office Calculator Pro
  • OpenDocument Reader
  • Oxford Dictionary of English with Audio
  • PrintHand Mobile Print Premium
  • Servers Ultimate Pro
  • Shuttle+ Music Player
  • TextGrabber + Translator Lite
  • Tiny Scan Pro: PDF Document Scanner
  • XnRetro Pro

If you are interested in any of the above, go get them now. Something from the above must tickle your fancy…

Via BGR News

Mark Tyson

Mark has worked for a number of years as a newshound on other technology news websites. He decided to write for Tech Assimilate thanks to this web site's open embracing vision of the fascinating world of personal technology. Mark has also worked in the printing and advertising industries for tens of years previously.

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