Tag Archive: Free


Deal: Get a free Live Case when buying a Pixel 2

Available until February 14 at 11:59 PM PT.

We’re big fans of the Google Pixel 2 here at Android Central, and if you’re looking to get an awesome last-minute Valentine’s gift, it’s sure to knock the socks off of your sweetheart. If you buy one now from the Google Store, you can get a custom Live Case for no added cost!

Live Case on the Google Pixel.

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Order a Samsung Gear Sport smartwatch and get a Swarovski strap for free

Need some inspiration on what to buy your loved one this Valentine’s Day? Here’s what Samsung has to offer for the occasion. The company has been offering $ 50 off its Gear Sport smartwatch since last year, but in order to make the purchase sweeter for the festival of love, the Korean tech giant is now […]

5 new Android games you can try for free

With new apps and games constantly being added to the Google Play Store, those who are always on the lookout for something new to play will never be disappointed. Got an Android phone or tablet yourself and you’re looking for some quick entertainment? Below you’ll find a list of new Android games that are free […]

The Best Free Games for PlayStation 4

Free is always the better deal!

Sometimes we get bored of the games in our current library and need to spice things up a bit. So what happens if you’re on a tight budget or waiting for pay day? You check out the free section of the PlayStation Store of course!

For the sake of giving you something new and interesting, I won’t be adding games like Warframe or War Thunder to the line-up. Those games are  [Read More…]

Spotify Free vs. Spotify Premium vs. Spotify Premium for Family

Nothing in life is free, and this is especially true of music.

Spotify’s free tier tries to cut most of these strings while you’re on a computer, allowing you to play your music in the order you want with fewer ads. That said, those strings are still dangling, and they tangle and strangle free users on mobile devices.

Spotify Premium can be worth every penny on Android, but how many pennies you shell out depends on which  [Read More…]

T-Mobile offers free data and calls in South Korea during the 2018 Olympics

Starting February 7 and going through March 20.

The 2018 Winter Games are just around the corner, and while I’ll personally be watching from the couch in my living room, there are a lot of folks that’ll make the trek to South Korea to watch in person. An international data plan is typically required to stay connected whenever traveling aboard, but T-Mobile is giving its customers free unlimited data and calling during the entire competition.

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Get a free smartphone when you switch to Cricket Wireless

Cricket is offering up a sweet little deal to help deal with the holiday blues in which you can grab yourself a free smartphone when switching to the carrier. When you switch to Cricket, get 2 lines of unlimited data for $ 80/month with 2 free smartphones, like the new Alcatel VERSO (regularly $ 29.99). There is a […]

Google is giving away a free pen loop to Pixelbook owners

It’s a pretty simple solution, but it’s better than nothing.

In addition to the Pixelbook itself, Google also released the Pixelbook Pen alongside it. The Pixelbook Pen is a $ 100 stylus that allows you to doodle on the Pixelbook and easily call upon the Google Assistant, and while its price might be tough to swallow, it’s a really fun accessory if you’ve got the cash to cover it.

However, as great as the Pixelbook Pen is,  [Read More…]

Sprint baits switchers with one year of free service, here’s what you can get

Unhappy with your carrier? Sprint this week announced it is bringing back a major promotion aimed at switchers. For a limited time, Sprint will offer a full year of free service for those willing to switch from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or other postpaid carriers. This includes unlimited talk, text, & data. The good news is […]

ProtonVPN launches on Android as a truly free VPN solution

A free VPN service that’s enjoyable (and safe) to use.

Thanks to the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability that reared its ugly head in October of last year, VPN services have become more valuable than ever before. A quick search on the Google Play Store will reveal a heap of VPN apps to choose from, and while there are legit options, there are also ones that spam you with ads, sell your data, and even install malware.

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