If you’ve ever struggled with trying to find a good deal on nearby restaurants but haven’t had any luck, then we have an app for you. Feed Me is an application by Jack Underwood (of Underwood Apps LTD) that is dedicated to helping people find coupons at restaurants near them. It’s community driven and made for your area.
If for some insane reason you’ve already maxed out your 20,000 song limit on Google Play, we’ve got some good news: Google has increased the music storage limit to 50,000 songs! By more than doubling the free song storage capacity, Google has ensured the majority of music lovers out there that they will have a place to store all the songs they will probably never listen to. For the true music aficionados out there, this should allow you to add an N-Z section to your alphabetized digital collection.
We usually don’t notice when Google has free reading material available from the Play Store, mostly only viewable media or paid apps. Yet, Google has recently done a wonderful, and brilliant thing in offering the second Hunger Games book, Catching Fire, for free on the Play Store — along with a discount on the the first and third book in the series.
Like I addressed when Google gave away Kaskade’s album, I live by and love music yet Country is one style that I simply don’t have a fondness for. Therefore, I don’t know much about Mr. Aldean, but what I do know is important: you can grab his latest album for free thanks to Google Play Music.
Now if you knew anything about my music choices, you’d know that I listen to pretty much anything sans Country music ( I just could never get the hang of it), but there’s a special place in my eardrums for EDM music. I love starting my day with a bass-pumping setlist or listening to some chill brostep when I’m writing. Google has thus effectively made my day with their latest “Free Album of the Week.”