We've got a ton of paid iOS apps free for a limited time; savings exceed $60

We've got a ton of paid iOS apps free for a limited time; savings exceed $60
Developers are in a giving mood this holiday season, and we have over $60 in paid iOS apps that are free for a limited time. Nothing like getting that app you've been wanting, for free. Let's start this current list with SimpleKey. Normally priced at 99 cents, this app gives you a smaller QWERTY keyboard that can be used with one-hand on certain iPhone models. The QWERTY can be placed on the left or right side of the screen depending on which hand you write with. On the Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus, the app has portrait and landscape support. On the Apple iPhone 5 and Apple iPhone 5s, there is landscape support only.

Next up is Attraction for iOS. With this game, you have to keep your online icon smaller than the width of the screen, or else the game ends. Made for the iPhone and iPad, you normally would be shelling out 99 cents for this strategy game. The next freebie is List, normally 99 cents for the iPhone and the iPad. This is an app used to write lists. You can tap on an item to show that a task is completed, and shaking the phone will clear everything off a list that you have already accomplished.

DDLN Cam is usually $1.99 for the iPhone and iPad. This is a camera app that has a plethora of fabulous editing features. Besides a number of cool filters, the camera will also take mirror shots. When you're done editing your masterpiece, you can have it sent to friends and family using social media. WakeApp Weather is a smart weather/alarm clock app made for the iPhone and iPad. This app, normally priced at $1.99, uses current weather to determine if you should wake up from your sleep. For example, let's say you set your alarm so that you can go running the next morning. If it is raining, the app will dermine that the weather is not ideal for your activity, and skip the alarm so that you can stay asleep. On days when you need to head to work, your alarm will go off earlier than expected if the weather conditions are leading to slow travel outside.This way, you can leave early and make it to work on time.

Musyc Pro is usually $3.99. With this unusual app, you create music by having different shapes bounce off lines and other geometric forms. It is quite fascinating to use, and since it is free for the time being, don't waste this opportunity to download the app. PhotoCut is normally 99 cents. Made for the iPhone and iPod, this app helps you change the background on a photo by using up to 10 layer images. A picture of you standing in a decaying urban street can be turned into one of you basking in the sunshine on a tropical island. You can share your handiwork on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

And lastly, we have The Wolf Among Us, normally $4.99. This app is compatible with the Apple iPhone 4s and higher, and the Apple iPad 2 or higher. Devices using the app must be powered by iOS 6 or higher. This is a game that is based on the Fables comic book series. Your choices determine what happens with the subsequent game play.

All eight apps are free for a limited time only, so your best bet is to make sure that you immediately download and install the apps that you want before it is too late.


source: SimpleKey, AttractionforiOS, List, DDLNCam, WakeAppWeather, MusycPro, PhotoCut,TheWolfAmongUs via BGR

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9 Comments

1. HTCOE

Posts: 650; Member since: Nov 20, 2011

none of them seem worth it in my opinion, even when free...they can remain zombies

2. AnTuTu

Posts: 1620; Member since: Oct 14, 2012

Hahaha true. The word ton means 9 now :p

3. Mxyzptlk unregistered

So don't buy or download them?

6. laughmi

Posts: 283; Member since: Oct 28, 2014

Almost all apps free on AppStore are waste even from Apple themselves. Fact for those who want to portray themselves rich (False mentality created by Apple) many of the apps which are free on Android are paid on Apple but I am yet to see vice-versa. Eg- I downloaded and enjoyed epic awarded game Zombie Highway on my S3 for free but while downloading for iPad mini found that they are priced at $1. Be informed that this game on Android is App Free. Coupled with the fact that Apple rips the developers too ($100) even if they want to use for their personal purpose. Also is patenting icons light and angles and phone angles justified? Now 10 times think how good your commonsense is when you buy an Apple product. After this Apple's Fanboys would jump over me but I care a rat's ass about them.

7. AlikMalix unregistered

Um dude, Zombie Highway is Free in the app store... I even double checked screenshots to make sure it's the same... You see, App Store (probably just like Google Play) sometimes offers promotions with free apps (like the article above) sometimes they demote an app for free and keep it that way but offer IAP instead - per your example Zombie Highway on both platforms offers FREE but with IAP... At least App Store shows "GET" now and "Offers in app purchases" description so you know what you're getting before trying. Developers are paying $99 because of the extra support they are provided and tools that are much better and simpler to use (as I read). Plus you get what you pay for - developers get much much much better revenue from same app in the App Store than they get from Google Play Store... Your choice. Lets also weigh in the resale value of my phone after 2-3 years of use from which if you're lucky to live in a country that offers subsidized 2 year contract agreements: you end up paying $200 for a new iPhone, use it for 2 years and sell it for $500 or more, but a new iPhone for $200 rinse and repeat. I do not portray myself as rich - just a smartphone owner who's extreemly satisfied with my experience. Now, does your Android phone offer you face-to-face support for free whether it's software or hardware related? What about instant updates? What about bloat-free OS? How about controlling all the permissions of any app? What about features you all hold on to that stack up against an iPhone - but all on one phone, and still get instant updates, and no bloat? What if I want a phone with an S-pen but no Verizon logo or verizon bloatware? I get it you like Android, but trust me - it doesn't cost you less to use and android than it does to use an iPhone... try a different argument..

8. jay2095

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 22, 2014

Ok I'm an iPhone 6 and iPad air user...with that being said, dude why is it that you ALWAYS have to be in every single Apple related article and as soon as you see someone say the slightest negative thing about your precious Apple you quickly jump into the sign and write a paragraph essay? Seriously it makes us regular Apple fans look like true iSheep. Why can't you just accept that some people prefer android over iOS?? I mean I've had both and I obviously prefer iOS but damn you don't see me white knighting Apple with every thing that they do. Oh and I laughed when you said "I do not portray myself as rich - just a smartphone owner who's extreemly satisfied with my experience." well guess what? Some people are EXTREMELY satisfied with android too, also he wasnt looking for an "argument" he was just sharing his thought. Seriously get your head out of Tim Cook's a** and get a life. Not all of us wanna hear how much you hate android.

9. AlikMalix unregistered

I gave a lot of thought to your comment: so here it goes! 1. I primarily read Apple articles because Apple products interest me the most. I tried Android (and will again) but so far it wasn't as ____ (many reasons) as iOS. 2. If someone posts "slightly negative" I do not respond if it's true, I'd even agree and like the post, and sometimes add my own criticism about any apple product I dont like (you must have missed those). BUT, if I will correct someone if "slightly negative" or outright troll post is made that was not true, or just one side of the matter. That was the case above. 3. I do not call people names, or to my best avoid anecdotal evidence to support my opinion or fact. 4. There are about 3 people that are Pro-Apple that post on PA regularly and about 50 that are Anti-Apple. Sometimes I like to bring a little heat to balance it out a bit, but all for the sake of a good debate. 5. I post here hoping to find an opposite "debator", and sometimes get lucky, but very rarely. I post long paragraphs because I enjoy typing them. Looks like I'm annoying you, unlike 50 Anti-Apple trolls. I've been meaning to leave this site - this time is as good as any... It wasn't because of your post, just that it's really annoying to filter through the HATE that's on PA just to find a good debating/supporting post... 6. Thanks for the observation, Jay2095... Had no idea I made "you look like a true iSheep"

4. Neo_Huang

Posts: 1067; Member since: Dec 06, 2013

Is "The Wold Among Us" any good?

5. Ziggy

Posts: 79; Member since: Oct 03, 2014

Pretty good but you can either play them on a console for a more inmersive experience of torrent it on your pc and still play for free.

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