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Google Play first anniversary brings price cuts and freebies

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Yesterday was the first year anniversary of officially changing Android Market to Google Play, and that is a reason to celebrate for the whole Android user base. This is because the company is offering a lot of discounts on almost everything that is available on the store, including movies, music, books, magazines, games, TV series, apps, and more. There will also be freebies. And this will be for the whole week. There will be daily specials, according to my knowledge for now, and the specials will probably include all the categories. Tablet PC Review writes:

On the first day of the sale, users can buy music albums for between $3.99 and $6.99, ranging from oldies-but-goodies like Michael Jackson’s “Bad” to new releases like Kip Moore’s “Up All Night.” Movie discounts feature two dozen movie rentals for 99 cents each, including Golden Globe Nominee “The Paperboy.”

Google Play is also offering dozens of popular books for $5.00 apiece, including the “Hunger Games” trilogy and former Red Sox Manager Terry Francona’s New York Times bestselling autobiography. Magazine issues are on sale for $1.00, and dozens of TV episodes are available for free from series like “Finding Bigfoot” and “Justified.”

That pretty much says it all. If you happen to be planning to buy something from the Google Play Store, then this is probably a good time to make the decision. And this is a very good attraction for the users. This discount will make people buy stuff from the Google Play Store even if they had no plans of buying anything. But at the same time, this might just be a one time attraction. We cannot expect the search engine giant to give such offers for every anniversary.

Source: Tablet PC Review