Save some money; here are seven more paid iOS apps you can get for free
Hungry Squid, normally $2.99, is now free for the iPhone and iPad. This is a game about squids trying to find an escape from a hexagon maze. There are 90 levels in 6 chapters, and the app comes with a free iBook that has a storyline that follows the game. The soundtrack is also available for free. How would you like to save a fiver? Pocket Lists, usually $4.99, is now free. Create a to-do list or a shopping list. You can even make your holiday shopping list and track it on your iPhone. Another note-taking app is Thoughts 2. The app allows you to take notes without using the keyboard. Instead, you use a cursor and a "text-grabber". This app is normally $1.99, and is now free. Both note-taking apps are for the iPhone only.
Having trouble finding an alarm clock that will wake you up in the morning? The Alarm Clock-One Touch Pro app turns your iPhone into a nightstand alarm clock. The alarm is easy to set, and you can wake up to your favorite music. Available for the iPhone, this app is now free for a limited time, after which it returns to its $2.99 pricing. Another useful app for the iPhone is Active Voice. Speak into your phone, and your spoken words can be converted into text. You can even translate what you are saying into your choice among 32 different languages. It will also recognize 34 spoken languages. Free now, the app is normally $1.99. And lastly is The Stupid Test 5. Regularly 99 cents, for a limited time this is now a freebie for the iPhone. There are over 200 questions in three game categories. See just how stupid you really are!
These seven apps are now free, for a limited time only. Download and install them now before the time period expires, and you are asked to pony up some currency for them.
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