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Google Play Adds More Apps To 25B Downloads Milestone Sale

The Google Play sale continues with a fresh set of discounted apps. Each app now costs only $0.25 in this limited-time offer that celebrates Google Play’s hurdling of the 25 billion milestone in downloads. The price is a 75% discount from the original price.

The new apps that Google added in day two of the sale are Paper Camera, World of Goo, Cut the Rope: Experiments, doubleTwist Alarm Clock, SketchBook Mobile, Shark Dash, The Going to Bed Book, Flick Nations Rugby, FIFA 12, Dungeon Village, Mini Motor Racing, Color & Draw for kids (phone), and Color & Draw for kids (HD). These are several of the top apps available in Google’s app collection.

The apps offered during day one, however, are still available for downloading with the $0.25 price not only on Google Play but also on the Amazon App Store.

To recap, yesterday’s sale included Angry Birds Space Premium, Asphalt 7: Heat, The Cat in the Hat. Clouds & Sheep Premium, Draw Something, Granny Smith, Let’s Create! Pottery, London Bus Checker, NFL Kicker 13, Ocean HD, OfficeSuite Pro 6+, Runtastic PRO, Sudoku, Symphony of Eternity, and Tasks.

Apart from apps, Google is also holding a sale for books, magazines, and albums. Such content, however, have varied prices.

It may be recalled that Google Play had a sale less than a month ago to mark the end of summer. Among the apps included in such sale are The Lorax, SwiftKey 3, Star Chart, Gangstar Rio: City of Saints, Super Dynamite Fishing Premium, and Crystal Defenders, among others.

All Things Digital notes that Apple was able to read the 25-billion download milestone ahead of Android in March this year.

Google Play current has around 675,000 apps, according to All Things Digital. Meanwhile, Apple’s App Store has 700,000. Furthermore, Google notes that 500 million activated Android devices whereas Apple last June reported it had sold 400 million iOS-based devices.

More apps are expected to join the sale tomorrow. The Google Play sale will go on for five days.

via androidcentral, gmanetwork