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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 - https://play.google.com/store/recommended?sp=CAEIDggcCAIIAwgECAUIEAgRCAYIFAgTCBIwAFoqCiRwcm9tb3Rpb25fMzAwMTJmNV9wbGF5X2JkYXlfMjAxNV94Zm4QBxgD:S:ANO1ljLGHCc&c=apps.
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    SachmoJoe
    SachmoJoe
    5 years ago

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

    Brad Hook
    Brad Hook
    Reply to  SachmoJoe
    5 years ago

    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.

    SachmoJoe
    SachmoJoe
    Reply to  Brad Hook
    5 years ago

    I should’ve been more clear, I’m not accusing Google of gouging us, but the media industry in general.

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    Reply to  SachmoJoe
    5 years ago

    I agree. It sucks.

    Benjamen Meiers
    Benjamen Meiers
    Reply to  Brad Hook
    5 years ago

    He quite clearly didn’t blame Google. He quite obviously blames it on the ‘Australia Tax’ which appears to be the exact same that you are talking about .