Tuesday, 12 August 2014

4 Ways to Get Paid Android Apps for Free

We love apps. We love free apps. And we love paid apps that cost nothing most of all. But we don't like pirates, so if you have an eye patch on your face and a parrot on your shoulder, be gone with ye! Having said that, there's plenty of legal ways to get paid apps for free for your Android so today we're going to share a few with you.

There are millions of premium apps available on the Google Play Store and other app stores such as Amazon, you can’t get these apps free, instead you’ve to pay in order to get your favorite Android app for free. Today we’re going to discuss a few ways you can get the paid Android apps for free.

4 Ways to Get Paid Android Apps for Free


1.App Gratis:

It offers new app for free daily. No overloading of other apps- just one app a day. Sometimes the free apps offered by App-gratis won’t be eligible for updates. You better ignore this negativity because deals keep coming and often there is gem of an app. Nevertheless, the AppGratis deals just keep coming and there's often some real gems in there.


2. Amazon App of the day:

Amazon app store for Android is one of the best app store for mobile devices and there is no doubt that it is still giving tough competitor of Google Play store. It is doing everything to drag its consumers back from Google play store. For now they offer free app every day. 

Just go to Amazon app of the day to see which app they are offering currently. Download the Amazon app of the day or grab a notification app like free app Notifier for Amazon.

3. App of the Day

App of the Day does basically the same thing as AppGratis and Amazon, offering a paid app for free (or discounted) for a limited time only. There's lots of different versions of this app, so you need to get the one relevant to your location (otherwise the Play Store will tell you it is incompatible with your devices), but once you've got it installed you can add it to your daily check list for scoring paid apps for free. 

I should also note that other apps, like App Sales, let you add apps you're interested in to a watch list, so you can be notified when they go on sale. Not exactly free but still better than full price. Plus, App Sales occasionally post free apps too.



4.Google Play returns Policy:

If you are confuse whether you should pay for certain game or not this app is a must have app for you. It lets you try that game for 15 minutes. I know 15 minutes may not be enough to know the game but these minutes are more than enough to feel whether the game is worth your money or not.

These were all the possible ways to get paid android apps for free and the legal way. Hopefully you like it and give it a try if you really need some premium apps. Do let us know and share your own views in the comment section below. For Android Tips and App reviews keep visiting

Also Read : How to Run All Android Apps and Games on Windows PC
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