Google Play offers apps, albums, more for a quarter
Only a few hours old, and the new Google Play Store has already slashed its prices.
To celebrate the launch of its Android Market's top 25 paid apps are now available for 49 cents each, while the rental prices of selected movies have dropped to 99 cents each. Some of the discounted apps include popular hits like Shadowgun, NFL Flick Quarterback, and SwiftKey X Keyboard. And while the discounted movies may not be quite as attractive ("Good Luck Chuck"?) as the app offerings, there are a certainly a few gems worth a look ("3:10 to Yuma," "Paper Heart")., the search-giant-turned-media-middleman is putting some of its top downloads on sale. The former
But, of course, there's more. Today also marks the kickoff of the Store's Play of the Day campaign, which offers up specially featured content at an even deeper discount. A different app, movie rental, album, and book will be available for only a quarter, every day for seven days. Get 'em while they're hot, people.
To learn more about Google's new online storefront, be sure to check out Sharon Vaknin's post on.