Amazon has the habit of giving away free apps periodically to entice more customers into getting hooked onto their Appstore. Today, the retailer is offering a similar promotion on 37 apps which usually cost close to $140 combined.
Through their Bing Rewards program, Microsoft is offering users access to 100GB of OneDrive storage for a two-year period. The offer is good until the end of February.
To take advantage of this special offer, you need to start out with a Microsoft account. If you already have a Microsoft account, sign-in at microsoft.com. If you do not have an account, you can sign up for one for free.
Google is currently sending out a pretty generous gift to all owners of its Wi-Fi-enabled, thumb-sized streaming dongle — Chromecast. Users with a device registered to their Play Store account should now be able to redeem a $6 complimentary Credit bonus, which can be spent on either movies, TV shows, music, apps, games or books.
So you missed out on obtaining a coupon code from Motorola for Valentine’s Day. It’s alright! There is still an opportunity to save money on Motorola products. The company is taking $100 off of purchases totaling $499 or more from now through February 14 and a coupon code is not required. It is not the $140 that the coupon code would save, but $100 is better than nothing. Just make sure your cart is at least $499 before checking out and enjoy putting some money back in your pocket.
For anyone looking to pick up a Nexus 6 on T-Mobile, don’t forget the carrier has cut the price of both the 32GB and 64GB handset in the Midnight Blue colorway by $48. This brings the price of the smaller Gigabyte model down to $601, and the larger to $651.
If you’ve been waiting for a deal on the Nexus 6, T-Mobile is offering a $48 discount on all variants of the phone with a promo code. With the Nexus 6 being so new (and relatively expensive for a Nexus device) you might want to take advantage of this before it goes away.
The promo code NEXUS6DEAL will save you $48 when buying either a 32 GB or 64 GB Nexus 6, but it looks like they’re only offering the blue colored device. Still, for almost a full $50 off, that might be enough to convince you to not worry too much about the color of the phone.
If Santa brought you a shiny, new Android smartphone or tablet this holiday season and you’re looking to stock up on some extra storage, now’s as good a time as any as Amazon has just kicked off a one-day flash sale on SanDisk memory cards and USB flash drives.
Still in need of a good high-powered Android tablet, but have been waiting for the right deal? This might just be it as Groupon is offering Google’s 2nd Gen 16GB Nexus 7 made by Asus for a low price of $135 + free shipping (price shows $149.99 on the Groupon page, but apply the 10% off coupon code to get the price down to the $135 deal). While the tablet is ‘old’ by today’s standards, the 2nd gen Nexus 7 is still very much capable of handling any task you throw at it. With the device recently receiving Google’s latest Android software in Lollipop, you’ll get the latest and greatest at such a low price. If this deal interests you, check out the source link to purchase! For the unaware, here’s a quick rundown of the specs:
For fans of Frozen, there is no better offer right now. The film’s entire soundtrack is available for free from Google Play. Both Apple and Amazon have the same package for $6.99, but Google’s does not cost a penny. It has everything from “Let It Go” to instrumental pieces and other versions of some songs, totalling an impressive thirty-two songs.