Google Play is offering a spontaneous collection of deals today for apps, music, and books through its “Longest Day of the Year” sale.
Today is more commonly known as “Summer Solstice” for the Northern Hemisphere, which is when the longest period of daylight occurs, and Google is celebrating by slashing prices. A slew of popular apps are now just 99 cents each, “beach reads” are $1.99 a piece, and many famous albums are marked at $2.99 a title.
A selection of the discounted apps includes Draw Something and Shazam Encore, while albums span everything from the Rolling Stones’ “Brussels Affair” to Rihanna’s “Loud.” Books are more sparse, however, with “Endure” by Carrie Jones and “Summer Days” by Susan Mallery. But, hey—a deal is a deal.
Check it out:
- Standardized Samsung Galaxy SIII gets line of accessories
- Amazon’s Kindle app now supports 1000 titles for children’s books, graphic novels, and comics
- AT&T’s Sony Xperia Ion available for $99 on June 24
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