PAGF lists paid Android apps gone free for a limited time on Play Store.
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Paid Apps Gone Free - PAGF (Beta) APK Description
Beware of Fake Apps Using Our Name: "Paid Apps Gone Free"
Some scummy developers are shamelessly stealing content from our app and using our app name "Paid Apps Gone Free" to deceive users.
These apps are filled with third party libraries and SDKs and we cannot guarantee safety and security of these apps. Beware of such apps and use your own discretion.
You can also flag and report these apps for stealing our brand and content as they are clearly breaking multiple play store policies, including impersonation and spoofing of our app.
*** This app is currently in Beta. *** *** This app works best when Google Chrome is installed on your phone. *** *** Reset default apps settings if links do not open directly in play store. *** *** This app is not a typical app store. *** *** I cannot make any paid apps free, so no requests please. *** *** Some deals may not be available in your country or can expire by the time you access them. *** *** If you have any further queries, please read the help section inside the app. ***
"Paid Apps Gone Free (PAGF)" daily posts a list of paid Android apps that have gone free for a limited time.
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The app itself is completely Ad-Free and there are no in-app purchases or any third party SDKs. However my website does have some ads. Since my website is loaded in a Chrome Custom Tab or a browser of your choice, you may see some ads in the browser (not in the app itself).
That said; there are no pop-up and full-screen ads on the website, ads that anchor at bottom or ads between the content (they are at top and bottom of the content). I have taken utmost care to keep them minimal, non-invasive and unobtrusive. This website doesn't spoof ads as real content and you won't be tricked (like some other websites are doing). However, if you still have genuine problems with ads, let me know. I am open to suggestions.