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GetJar’s Gold Apps catalog shows you freebies in a phone-friendly interface

By now you may have heard of GetJar Gold, the alternative app store's answer to the "Free App of the Day". For the holidays there are more than 100 new apps available for free, all of them normally paid, and many were also featured as part of Google's 10 Billion Apps promotion. If you're a recent Android convert who missed out on the 10 cent app deals, here's a chance to get a lot of the same titles, and keep your dime for a down payment on a cup of coffee. In order to showcase all of these free apps at once, they've created an HTML5 catalogue catalog, and it's a great way to quickly add some free applications to your phone or tablet.

Beautiful Widgets is FREE from GetJar

Beautiful Widgets has to be my outright favorite Android application of all time. I've installed this as the first purchase on so many friends phones and tablets I can't even keep count. It has been in the top paid, most downloaded, and editors choice lists for the Android market for the last year, at least. I don't know how many times on blogs, forums, and here at Android Community readers have said "What's that clock widget, or weather widget?" It is Beautiful Widgets, and right now it is FREE.

GetJar Gold offers premium Android apps for free!

GetJar just kicked the Amazon Appstore in the twins with the announcement of the GetJar Gold service. GetJar Gold has been in beta testing for the past month and is now ready for the public. Rather than one app you may or many not like for free, GetJar Gold gives you 50 free apps all the time with new apps added. These aren’t apps of questionable quality either. GetJar gold offers some of the coolest games and apps around for free.

GetJar Gold Will Provide Top Android Apps Totally Free

GetJar is now going to offer GetJar Gold where users can get top android applications "appsolutely" free. Basically this will be similar to the free app of the day that Amazon has been doing but instead gold members will have a list of top Android apps each week to choose from. I can't complain about free stuff, who would right?