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Amazon’s latest Free App of the Day Bundle announced

Who doesn't want freebies? Thank heavens for Amazon's Free App of the Day Bundle. Android geeks who want to try and test different apps and games but don't want to pay premium can avail of the deals Amazon regularly announces. For today, the Free App of the Day Bundle includes 26 apps you can download--all for free. Most of the apps listed are the latest and more popular ones so better download all of them before Amazon pulls them out.

Amazon announces latest Free App of the Day Bundle worth $140

Amazon always giving away premium apps for free is not unusual. The company has been very generous when it comes to offering apps and games so it's one deal always looked forward to by Android users. The latest Free App of the Bundle is worth $140 of premium apps from now until February 14 only. The bundle includes 37 paid apps that are now offered for free. Thank you Amazon! This will be one great Valentine weekend for the geeks.

Today only: OfficeSuite Pro 5 is free on the Amazon Appstore

Google Docs not quite cutting it for your mobile document editing needs? Is that free version of QuickOffice that came with your phone a little long in the tooth? Then today's a great day to try out the Amazon Appstore. The third-party store features a free download of one paid app every day, and today, it's OfficeSuite Pro 5, normally a full $15. OfficeSuite Pro 5 is your standard document editor, featuring support for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF files, though the last two are read-only, according to the app's Amazon listing. An integrated file browser and Google Docs connection help round out the software, and happily, it handles the tricky .docx, .xlsx and ppsx extensions without complaining. You can get OfficeSuite for free until 3 AM Eastern Time, and considering how many of you have already pre-ordered the Amazon Kindle Fire, you may want to do so whether or not you intend to use it on your current smartphone or tablet. If you're new to the Amazon Appstore, don't worry - downloading and installing it is a simple process. Just head on over to the Get Started page and enter your email address. Download the app to your phone or tablet, then install it via the standard non-Market method (you'll need to allow the "unknown sources" option in the Application settings menu). Once a free app is "purchased," it's connected to your Amazon account, and you can download it on any device with the Appstore installed.