Google Play Store Second Birthday = Second Opportunity to Buy Lots of Apps Offered On Sale!
Anyone here who doesn’t want to buy cheap Android apps and games – please raise your hand. What!? No One! Ok then. Will se what we can do about it! Let me ask Google. (Few minutes later!) Hey everyone pay attention, please! I have some great news. Google said it’s second birthday means lots of sales. And guess what. It has already begun!
I know there are ways to get Android apps without paying for them. It’s a thing I hate most. On the other side for those going to download without paying here are some ‘good’ news. You will not even be notified about updates. So buying an app is not only the right way – it’s also more profitable and supports the developer for giving you more of what you love.
Well with this opportunity – I mean the Google Play Store’s Second Celebration – we all have a chance to maybe get something we’ve wished for a long time. Be fair to the developers – maybe for the first and not last time. And go for new purchases that feel worthy of ‘charging’ our app drawer. And that is NOT ONLY for apps and games. Music, Movies, Magazines and about everything the software giant has to offer is included in the list. Want some examples? Well how about:
The Hunger Games Adventures $5 in-game credit or Badland – where playing as Bugdroid gets you 50% discount. And music! There is Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid” album to download for just $3.99. Or The Amazing Spider-Man on Movies – now offered for $7.99. Uh! You’ll really get tired shopping this time. The image above shows more examples. And the link bellow should take you right on spot.
The bad news is that depending on where you I’ve some items may not be available. In fact, if not for this article you might never have known. That’s a state Google is working on. But it seems not fast enough.