Google Play Summer Sale deals start hitting Store

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App assortment on your phone starting to feel a little stale? Anxious to shake off some summer laziness with new productivity software, or maybe just embrace these hot, do-nothing afternoons with some games to keep you busy? As luck would have it, Google is at the ready to hook you up with a bunch of savings through a new Summer Sale promo, and while we haven’t seen any formal announcement just yet, the deals are already live.

Quite a few apps have already seen their prices slashed, and while like we mentioned, Google hasn’t put up any main Summer Sale page cataloging these offers, the individual app descriptions make reference to a Google Play Summer Sale we’re almost sure to hear formally announced soon.

What kind of deals can you find? Some of the sales that caught our eye include Beautiful Widgets Pro for just a buck, Dead Space for two, and NBA Jam down to one dollar from the five it used to run. Beyond straight-up savings on apps, you’ll also find a few discounts on in-app purchases.

For the list of what’s been discovered so far, click through to that source link below. There’s a fair chance that even more deals are out there, so if you spot any that haven’t been acknowledged just yet, give us a shout in the comments to let everyone know.

Source: Android Police

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