Less than four years after its launch, Google Play, which is the app store for Android devices, has recorded a number of downloads reached 25 billion times. It was a tremendous success.

Quoted from technology site CNET, Wednesday, September 26, 2012, Google Play managed to score the downloads in 1435 days or about 3 years and 11 months. While Google Play toughest rival, Apple's App Store, managed to break the figure of 25 billion downloads a bit faster, which is 1334 days, or 3 years and eight months.

"We look forward to the next 25 billion figure," said Jamie Rosenberg, Google's Director of Digital Content, as quoted from the company's official blog. It also said that currently in the Android Market has been there 675 thousand application. Three months ago, the number of user application in the "store" which was formerly called the Android Market reached 600 thousand apps, with 20 billion times the downloads.

To mark this achievement, up to five days ahead I will be offering discounts for application released popular developers such as Gameloft, Electronic Arts, Rovio, runtastic, Full Fat and the other, a 25-cent.

In addition, Google also provides special prices for albums, films, books, and magazines, each of which consists of 25 titles. Unfortunately Google does not explain in detail what applications or content will be included in the program. Android users, are asked to check in the Google Play in the next few hours to figure this out.

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