Pay What You Want: Ultimate Android Developers Bundle

Tech Deals has dropped their latest Pay What You Want Bundle, and this one is going fast.

The Ultimate Android Development Bundle features 6 courses designed for people who want to create their own Android apps or games, but they don’t know where to begin.

Bought individually, you would have to shell out $861 to snag all of these courses, but today you can start learning Android Development for as little as $1.

Of course, if you only pay $1, you won’t get the full bundle. You’ll just get a single course. Since the Android Mobile Apps: Beginner to Published on Google Play normally costs $99 all by itself, that’s still a pretty stellar deal.

However, if you pay more than the current average, you’ll get all 6 courses.

At the time of writing, the average is hovering around $9, but the nature of these kinds of bundles means that this price will rise over time as more and more people beat the average and drive it upward.

That means if you want to maximize your savings, you’ll probably want to hop on this bundle sooner rather than later!

To get an update on the current average price, click the button below. Even if it’s gotten a bit too pricey for you, you can still snag that single course for $1.

Check the current Average

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Posted on April 18, 2017, in android, Android Authority and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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