Get those credit cards out because now that Google has officially renamed the Android Market to Google Play, things are about to get crazy. They’ve just launched what I can only describe as a HUGE sale on just about everything. With Play of the Day deals on music, movies, apps, and more. Offering 25 of their most popular apps for only 49 cents.

Oh man, so many good deals I don’t even know where to start. They’ve selected 25 apps that all are only $0.49 right now and include some of the biggest and best apps and games for Android like SwiftKey, Shadowgun, World of Goo, Need for Speed, Soundhound, Dead Space and more. Most of these are usually more than a dollar too. Sadly this is not all international so try your luck and hopefully everyone can enjoy these deals.

It looks like Google will also be taking a similar approach to Amazon and offering a deal everyday similar to the free song of the day with Google Music, only it will be called the Play of the Day and will feature an app for only $0.25 cents — yup just a quarter. Today’s $0.25 Play is Where’s My Water — one of the biggest apps for Android over the past few months.

Google’s also offering $0.25 songs, Double Play deals on albums and more. Seriously you need to head to Google Play right now by clicking here.

  • Mathliterate


    $ denotes US Dollars as a system of measurement. “cents” refers to hundredths of a dollar. If you say $0.49, you mean 49 cents. If you say $0.49 cents, you mean 49 hundredths of a cent.

    Yes, this makes a difference. I pay $0.75 cents per minute for my VOIP calls, and I wouldn’t buy them for 75 cents per minute.

    • Vetteman72

      And for the other 99% 0f the people that already knew what it really meant, don’t waste your time reading idiotic posts such as these. Mathliterate, you need to get laid or something…at least leave your cave once in a while to visit civilization.

    • TiredOfStupid

       Mathliterate said: ” …”cents” refers to hundredths of a dollar….”

      If this is true, and we all know it is. the how can you contradict yourself by saying “$0.49 cents” is equal to 49 one hundredths of a cent?

      Here, I’ll break it down for you barney style.

      IF “cents” = hundredths of a US Dollar
      AND “$” denotes “US Dollar”
      THEN “$0.49 CENTS” cannot possibly = hundredths of a cent.

      Worst case scenario the author is guilty of redundancy. stop being a DOUCHE BAG and get life.

      “If you say $0.49 cents, you mean 49 hundredths of a cent.” = NONSENSE!

      • TiredOfStupid

         AND YOU DON’T PAY $0.75 Cents (which is 3/4 of a dollar) for VOIP calls. you pay 0.75¢ for VOIP calls.

  • I thought more people would be able connect with the name “Android Market” rather than “Google Play”

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