Depending on how long you’ve owned your Android smartphone or tablet, you may remember a time before the Amazon App Store existed. When it was launched things were a bit sparse, but it’s grown over time and we’ve seen a ton of sales in the process. Well, we’re getting another one today, and it is offering up over $110 worth of Android Apps and Games for free.
Unless you live under a rock, you know that today is a pretty bid day in the world of wearables – for Apple fans anyway. While Android Wear struck first last year, we’ve yet to see anyone put a stranglehold on things, although Motorola got close initially with the Moto 360. We know a sequel to that watch is in the works, and it may be coming sooner than we thing as a new Moto 360 price cut has seriously sliced the price on Moto’s first smartwatch.
We had gotten wind that Huawei had something special in the works, and we knew it would be a low-priced handset of some sort. Well, we didn’t expect the Huawei SnapTo, which has just shown up unceremoniously on Amazon. The Huawei SnapTo price is listed at only $180, and we’re going to tell you how much bang you’re getting for your buck.
Google unveiled the Nexus Player back in October, and while it’s a major improvement over previous versions of Google/Android TV, it hasn’t necessarily sold like hotcakes. It’s also been available solely through the Play Store until today. If you want to pick up the Nexus Player, and prefer to buy it from another source, it’s now available through Amazon, Newegg and Best Buy.