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Newly-Listed ‘App Of The Day’ Application Offers You A Paid App Every Day For Free

February 26, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

Applications are the essential part of our mobile experience, there are tons of apps available in the Google Play Store these days, you can find an app for almost anything (well, not literally everything, but… yeah). Anyhow, “App of the Day” is one of the world’s best app discovery services out there, and Appturbo (the company behind App of the Day app) just rolled out a new version of their Android application which is available in the Google Play Store as we speak. Let’s see what’s what.

This service / app sends out a new Android app your way every day, and every app you get is 100% free, no ads and paid features are unlocked. “App of the Day works only with the best app developers. For example, our exclusive partnership with sports app developer Runtastic allows us to offer our community a pro version of a Runtastic app every month,” said Guillaume Sztejnberg, the founder of Appturbo. This new app brings forth some new features, adds a social dimension to the service if you will. You can win prizes if you share tips with friends on social networks, in other words, promote the service itself.

The app is translated to 14 languages, and now accounts for over 36 million users. The app is launching globally and will be available in the U.S., Europe, South America, China and India, among other markets. “Following numerous requests from users, we’ve decided to expand our service to the world. We are very excited to offer more special offers  which we negotiate every day for our community,” added Mr. Sztejnberg. As previously stated, this app is developed by Appturbo company, which is a Paris-based startup founded back in 2011.

That’s it folks, if you’re interested in checking out this app, visit the source link down below that will take you directly to the Google Play Store listing of this application. There are also a couple of screenshots in the gallery down below, in case you’d like to check those out before you actually download the app and try it yourself. If you decide to install it, let us know how you like it.