Yesterday Amazon gave away $40 in paid apps as a Christmas gift to Android users willing to install its mobile app store. That deal ran for just one day, but now the company is following up with another set of free apps. None of yesterday's apps are still available, but the new selections include the superb Osmos HD, the point-and-click adventure The Lost City, the adorable Chimpact, and even a few non-games.


The full list of apps includes:

If you throw in today's free app of the day, Disney's Where's My Perry, then that makes for ten apps you can get from Amazon today without spending a cent. To make things better, Amazon is offering $5 in app store credit to anyone who downloads an app by December 28th. That includes the free ones.

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Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • merman1983

    Business Calendar is cool as is Osmos. Anything else worth trying? I guess you just hope they are generally up to date.

    • Meghanrcs

      I can tell you business calendar is not kept updated- It was finally updated to the most recent version within the past few days (I'd assume because they are putting it on sale), but before that it was about 1 major and 6 or 7 minor updates behind the play store.

    • Mr E

      Give Lost City a try. I actually bought it a while ago, didn't like it quite as much as their previous game, but it's still fun/interesting if you like a Myst-style game.

    • darioqqo948

      My Uncle Hunter
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  • ThatGuyzx

    Huh, I never realized you get Amazon Coins for purchasing free-apps-of-the-day.

  • amazonnewbie

    I'm not allowed to download Where's My Perry? (which is the free app of the day) due to geographical restrictions. I have an US billing adress.

    • Charles Sweeney

      Maybe the app can see where you are based on IP address, even if you're connecting via your carrier's data connection. Are you actually in the US?

      • Carlos Parga

        I reside outside US and certainly don't have a US billing address and I just downloaded it. :)

    • http://ralphchastain.com/ Ralph Chastain

      Did you try using wifi instead?

  • Simon Belmont

    Osmos HD and Voxel Invaders are great. I got both of those the first time they were the FAOTD.

    I recommend both wholeheartedly. Cheers.