There’s no doubt that Android has been seeing a lot of success in recent months. The popular mobile operating system has been widely adopted all over the world and it shows – especially by the number of apps that have been downloaded from the Android Marketplace. Google has just reported that they’ve now reached the 10 billion apps downloaded milestone and according to its statistics, the Android Market is experiencing a growth rate of one billion app downloads per month in the year 2011.
To celebrate this achievement, Google has announced the 10 Billion Promo. Over the next ten days, Google will be selling ten different apps for the very low price of $0.10 each. And these aren’t just random apps found on the Android Market – they are all high-quality, premium apps. For example, today we’ve got SwiftKey X, Minecraft – Pocket Edition, and Paper Camera on sale. There will be a whole new set of 10 different apps tomorrow, so keep checking the Android Market over the next ten days.
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