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Android Market Celebrates 10 Billion Downloads By Offering 10 Premium Apps a Day for 10 Cents

Steven Blum
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Congrats are due to Android Market – the largest (and first) Android app store in the world has seen more than 10 billion downloads as of this past weekend. To celebrate, Android Market is giving away 10 premium apps a day for a mere 10 cents. The promotion also times nicely with Christmas shopping, although all of these dails have a shelf-life of just 24 hours.

Here's What's .10 Cents Today:

  • Sound Hound
  • Asphalt 6: Adrenaline HD
  • Minecraft –Pocket Edition
  • Swiftkey X Keyboard 
  • Endomondo Sports Track Pro
  • Great Little War Game
  • SketchBook Mobile
  • Fieldrunners HD
  • Color & Draw for Kids: Phone
  • Paper Camera

Happy downloading everyone!

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  • sob047 Dec 7, 2011 Link

    where do i get swiftkey x for .10 cents ? its 3.99 when i try :-(

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  • Aaron Tilton Dec 8, 2011 Link

    Yeah... the deal is, each day there are 10 new apps available for 10 cents for 24 hours only. After 24 hours they go back up to their normal price and 10 new apps get the discount. So make sure to watch the market for the apps that are chosen that day. We'll keep you up to date here on the forum so check back often!

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