These are normally paid iPhone and iPad applications that have been made accessible free of charge for a restricted time frame by their creators. It is not known who long the offer will be available so app fans should get quickly on the App Store. These promotional offers could end in an hour or in seven days. When users tap on a link and see a cost alongside an application rather than the word “get,” it means the free offer expired. So if users download the app they should expect to be charged.
The applications gone free include Temple Run, Oz, Toca Train, AllSync, Briefcase Pro, Video Zoom, My Talking Pet, Expense-Tracker+, Epic War TD Pro, ClipBook, Where Is My Pizza, X Invasion 2: Extreme Combat, YellingMom, Busy and numerous others.
Out of the whole list of apps here’s two that users should really check out.
Calculator HD Pro has a double line display that upgrades live as you write, so you can stay informed regarding both the input and result simultaneously. Swipe right for experimental functions, swipe down for a history tape. With 4 flawless themes, this is The best mini-computer for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod.
Also you can join Alabama Smith as he looks for the time-twisting Amulet of Ages in an Adventure game! Find answers to intricate riddles to uncover the location of a lost, mysterious relic that enables its bearer travel in time. Then, venture into the role of portentous Anastasia as she races to save Alabama Smith from a catastrophe!
But in order to decide for yourself which app suits you best here are the top ten apps of the day, free for iPhone:
1. Facebook Messenger, Facebook, Inc.
2. Facebook, Facebook, Inc.
3. Instagram, Instagram, Inc.
4. YouTube, Google, Inc.
5. Snapchat, Snapchat, Inc.
6. Pandora Radio, Pandora Media, Inc.
7. Trivia Crack, Etermax
8. Dubsmash, Mobile Motion GmbH
9. WhatsApp Messenger, WhatsApp Inc.
10. Google Maps, Google, Inc.
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