Google celebrates one year of Google Play with deals
Today marks exactly one year since Google re-branded the Android Market into the Google Play Store and the company is observing the occasion with limited-time deals and freebies.
Deals this week include $5 books and $.99 movie rentals as well as select magazines for only $1 each. What’s more, a number of television shows are being offered at no cost, including Breaking Bad, Community, and Justified.
A handful of Android games also have gotten in on the birthday love, offering free, exclusive in-game features. Disney’s Gnome Village, for instance, features an Android-exclusive Mars location while others include birthday-related bonus content.
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