Google Play Store 2-year Anniversary Deals coming up (March 5th) – Details

Many of us are pretty much aware that today (March 5th) is Google’s second anniversary. Google rebranded the Android market as Google Play exactly two years ago and we can expect some deals for this second anniversary. Google is coming out with various deals on the Google play content, this offers may be a reduced priced on apps or might give away some free.

Google Play is the official store where all the Android users needs to visit for getting their applications installed on to their Android device, these applications might be for free or paid, but everything is available here like games, books, magazines, music, videos and much more. All these Android applications need to be downloaded and installed to run them on you Smart phone or tablet.

Google Play Store Deals

Google is offering many deals on these apps and these deals might be changed according to the locations but we can expect a reduced price or even a free app for the day. The apps might me in any sector like books, games, music etc. We are able to say this because March 5th has already begun in some countries like New Zealand and Australia and will most probably see similar deals round the world also.

Are you waiting for these deals to hit tour part? Waiting from many days to get an app that is too costly to purchase from the Google Play store, here is the time you might be getting some offer on to it so do keep checking out. Moreover we cannot expect deals in the hardware section but still a deal is a deal! So what are you waiting for? Head to the Google play store and grab all the special offers that have been offered. Stay tuned for more updates and news. In Australia Google offered FIFA 14, game for free and few other apps also available for free and some for reduced price.

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