Google has announced the offer as the Android App Store crosses the 10 billion download milestone
Google has announced that over 10 billion applications and games have been downloaded from its Android Market. To mark the occasion, the internet giant has announced the availability of popular premium application and games to all its Android users across the globe at an ultra low price of 10 cents or Rs 5.13 per app.
All the applications features under this promotion are highly downloaded premium price application which will now be available for download at an ultra low price of Rs 5.13 per application and there are no hidden conditions or terms to comply with. All the applications will be available for download at this special price for the next ten days which included today as well.
The list of applications includes applications and games both. The apps that have been included in this promotion include Great Little War Game, SketchBook Mobile , Paper Camera, Sound Hound, Asphalt 6, Fieldrunners HD, SwiftKey, Minecraft, Endomondo Sports Tracker Pro, and Color and Draw for Kids.
Users can download these applications under this time limited offer by accessing the Android application store directly.
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