Amazon’s giving away $140 worth of apps today only, so get downloading

Cut the Rope: Experiments
Cut the Rope: Experiments
Earlier this week, Amazon kicked off its Valentine’s Day sales with big discounts to its line of tablets and ebook readers. Now, the online retailer continues its discounting ways by offering 37 paid apps, worth a combined $140, for free.

There’s a little something for everyone in this bundle of apps, which includes games, music apps, and productivity apps, among others. Some of the following apps have made previous appearances in Amazon’s free bundles of apps, but there’s also some fresh blood.

Here are the apps currently being offered:

  • 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
  • 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

Because these apps are part of Amazon’s “Free App of the Day” promotion, these apps will only be free for today. You can see the full list on the Appstore. You’ll be able to download the apps onto any Amazon device with Fire OS and BlackBerry devices with the Appstore onboard. You can also add the apps to your regular Android phone by following Amazon’s instructions on how to add the Appstore to your device.

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