Wednesday , June 6 2018

Google Play is celebrating 3 years with Discounts on Music, Apps & Magazines


Google Play is celebrating its 3rd Birthday with a sale on various Apps, Music and Magazines!

The list of apps in the sale include:

  • Facetune – $0.10c
  • Racing Rivals – Free
  • Runtastic – $0.10c
  • Wunderlist – Free
  • Runstatic Sit Up Pro – $0.10c

Music albums:

  • Direct Hits by The Killers – $5.99
  • Abba Gold Greatest Hits – $5.00
  • Daft Punk Musique part 1 – $5.99
  • Blur: the best of – $5.99
  • Guns & Roses – Greatest Hits – $5.99
  • Bon Jovi Greatest Hits – $5.99
  • Grinspoon Best in Show – $5.99
  • Nirvana, Nirvana – $5.99
  • The Cruel Sea, The Most (best of) – $5.99
  • The very best of Fleetwood Mac – $5.99

Books & Magazines

  • Haunted: Book 1 – $3.69
  • Home Renovations Magazine – $1.00
  • True Fire – $9.99
  • Techlife Magazine – $1.00
  • Dolly Magazine Australia $1.00
  • Love, Lies and Louboutins – $2.69
  • Dirt Action Magazine – $3.50
  • Big Girl by Danielle Steel – $4.99
  • Poolside Magazine – $1.00
  • Until he met Meg – $2.99

So head over to Google Play to see what is available and gets some bargains whilst you can. I know I have with Abba Gold to get my Dancing Queen on for Mardi Gras this weekend thats for sure!

Source: Google Play's Third Birthday sale -

Alex Dennis   Journalist

By day, Alex works within the Industrial Relations field/occupation but by night and in his spare down time he searches the net for anything and everything relating to Android and Chrome related products and news.

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  1. And yet, in the US there are $1 albums. Gotta love that Australia Tax.

    • That’s to do with the licencing in Australia, not a ‘tax’ implemented by Google. Google’s rights to sell music from record labels wildly differs between the different countries in the world. Blame the record companies – not Google. Same reason why iTunes US and iTunes Australia have very different prices, and the same reason why physical CD’s cost MUCH more here than in the US also.

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