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Found these in the amazon underground (android or fireOS) app after power up my samsung tab pro for the first time in months. i'm not sure how long these have been on sale.. but i thought i'd share. enjoy.

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Deus Ex Go
https://www.amazon.com/Deus-Ex-GO...B01MRIRUP5

Hitman Go
https://www.amazon.com/Square-Eni...B01MYZQDWG
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I love how people are worried about Amazon 'violating' their privacy when Android is literally made by an advertisement agency.

What app permissions do you think you'd have to give to the Google Play Store if it didn't come pre-installed? lmao

The real problem with Amazon Underground is the devs don't update the apps on there. I have hundreds of premium Amazon apps I got for free in the past, and even simple things like Alarm Clock Xtreme are 2 years behind the version on Google Play... Sonic 2 is version 3.0.2 on Amazon and version 3.1.5 on Google Play. Sometimes these old apps just don't work properly with newer versions of Android.
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Nice finds Thanks.
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Sweet, got them! Thanks and upvoted! Smilie
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Found these in the amazon underground (android or fireOS) app after power up my samsung tab pro for the first time in months. i'm not sure how long these have been on sale.. but i thought i'd share. enjoy.
These have been free for at least a couple of months.
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These have been free for at least a couple of months.
That's kind of what I would imagine.. there's a ton of great apps/games that are free like Monument, cut the rope magic, hitman sniper.. I thought I'd share just in case other people who also had forgotten about Amazon's actually free apps..
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That's kind of what I would imagine.. there's a ton of great apps/games that are free like Monument, cut the rope magic, hitman sniper.. I thought I'd share just in case other people who also had forgotten about Amazon's actually free apps..
IMHO anything that requires Amazon Underground's spyware turned on is not free. Truly free apps are ones that are free without requiring Amazon Underground. I've never updated my Amazon app for precisely because I could never find a detailed explanation how deeply they spy and collect data on people. So this is a pass for me.
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IMHO anything that requires Amazon Underground's spyware turned on is not free. Truly free apps are ones that are free without requiring Amazon Underground. I've never updated my Amazon app for precisely because I could never find a detailed explanation how deeply they spy and collect data on people. So this is a pass for me.
Exactly. But don't get me wrong.

For all the great things I really like about Amazon, crappy Amazon Underground is definitely NOT one of them. Pretty disappointed that Amazon chose this invasive business model re: their Android app store.

I really miss the good old days when they offered their FAOTD (free app of the day) w/little to no involvement re: the mining of personal data.

But I do appreciate the heads up, OP.
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Exactly. But don't get me wrong.

For all the great things I really like about Amazon, crappy Amazon Underground is definitely NOT one of them. Pretty disappointed that Amazon chose this invasive business model re: their Android app store.

I really miss the good old days when they offered their FAOTD (free app of the day) w/little to no involvement re: the mining of personal data.

But I do appreciate the heads up, OP.
Amazon is the last coronation that I worry about internet privacy.

our Telecoms have free access to collect and sell data.

http://fortune.com/2017/03/29/whi...t-privacy/
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Exactly. But don't get me wrong.

For all the great things I really like about Amazon, crappy Amazon Underground is definitely NOT one of them. Pretty disappointed that Amazon chose this invasive business model re: their Android app store.

I really miss the good old days when they offered their FAOTD (free app of the day) w/little to no involvement re: the mining of personal data.

But I do appreciate the heads up, OP.
privacy is overrated 😉
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I think I have the games already. Tomb Raider was better, but this one is decent. I hope for more Go games in the future.
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I love how people are worried about Amazon 'violating' their privacy when Android is literally made by an advertisement agency.

What app permissions do you think you'd have to give to the Google Play Store if it didn't come pre-installed? lmao

The real problem with Amazon Underground is the devs don't update the apps on there. I have hundreds of premium Amazon apps I got for free in the past, and even simple things like Alarm Clock Xtreme are 2 years behind the version on Google Play... Sonic 2 is version 3.0.2 on Amazon and version 3.1.5 on Google Play. Sometimes these old apps just don't work properly with newer versions of Android.
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finally hitman go is free, already got lara croft go before when it was free + solutions free, great game, challenging enough, had to use solutions only a few times
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lol trust me your data has been sold a billion times to a billion companies already.. no such thing as privacy on the internet.
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lol trust me your data has been sold a billion times to a billion companies already.. no such thing as privacy on the internet.
And if it hasn't been yet, the new legislation that Congress just passed will let your internet provider and cell phone carrier do just that.

Our rights to privacy online are nothing compared to the "rights" of businesses to make money off of us.
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