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Download $130 worth of awesome paid Android apps for free ahead of Black Friday

Amazon Black Friday 2014 Android App Bundle

Amazon isn’t only offering its customers countless special Black Friday 2014 online deals on physical goods right now, as the giant retailer has also put together a collection of 39 paid Android apps and games, a combined value of over $130, and is offering them all free of charge to Android users during Black Friday.

FROM EARLIER: Amazon’s crazy pre-Black Friday sale is live right now – new deals every 10 minutes

This isn’t the first time Amazon has offered premium Android apps as free downloads, as the company often makes available to users such free app bundles.

That said, here are Amazon’s 39 Android apps included in this special Black Friday app sales promotion that can be downloaded right now, a day before Black Friday:

  • A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
  • Alarm Clock Pro
  • Angry Birds Season HD
  • Angry Birds Seasons Ad Free
  • Bejeweled 2
  • Bike Race Pro
  • Cooking Dash: T&S Deluxe
  • Dark Guardians
  • Dictionary!
  • Docs To Go Premium Key
  • Dr. Panda & Toto’s Treehouse
  • EDGE Extended
  • Einstein’s Challenge
  • Excel Contacts
  • Fairway Solitaire
  • Forest Legends: The Call of Love
  • Hidden Objects Thanksgiving
  • Maps.Me Pro – Offline Maps
  • Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary
  • Mind Games Pro
  • Mobile Observatory
  • Moon Phase Pro
  • Music Volume EQ
  • MyBackup Pro
  • Parking Frenzy 2.0 Spashtop Whiteboard
  • Perfectly Clear
  • Photo Editor+
  • Polar Bowler
  • Quell Memento
  • RPG Symphony of the Origin
  • Sago Mini Space Explorer
  • Shredder Chess
  • Simple-List Pro
  • Sonic Jump
  • Splashtop Whiteboard
  • Stack ’N Puzzles
  • TouchRetouch
  • WiFi File Explorer PRO
  • XiiaLive Pro Internet

Just like previous app bundles offered by Amazon, this special Black Friday deal is available in various international online stores, including the U.S. (see the source link below).

MORE BLACK FRIDAY DEALS: Visit our huge Black Friday 2014 hub!

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.