Popular Paid iPhone and iPad Apps On Sale For Free Right Now
Christmas day has passed but the holiday season is far from over.
With that in mind, here are some iPhone and iPad apps that are being offered by their developers for free for the time being:
As its name suggests, this normally $0.99 app teaches users how to create 3D animation.
Kingdom Tales 2
The game centers on the adventures of Finn as he searches for Princess Dahla. The popular time management game normally costs $4.99.
People who want to buff up will find this fitness app useful. Gyster Pro, which usually costs 99 cents, provides customized workout routines and presets the equipment in the user's gym.
This app gives the users another way to remember and protect their passwords and usernames. PassMaster, which normally sells for $4.99, is like a digital vault where users can keep these vital pieces of information and Auto-Locks them in case the device is stolen or lost.
Print n Share Pro
Files and emails can be kept secured using private storage for each user that uses the iPhone. Switching to a different user and transferring files from the Cloud to the computer is relatively easy. The Print n Share Pro is normally worth $4.99.
The $2.99 app is perfect for people with a creative stroke or even those without but wants to learn how to sketch. Sketchworthy allows the user to make and keep their sketches, doodles, notes and more in order. The user can also keep photos, web pages, maps or anything they capture and turn them into sketchable pages.
Many developers offer their paid iOS and Android apps for free during holidays and other special events. The free apps can be gone anytime soon as the developers did not specify an exact time period for the offers. Download as many right away and decide later which ones to keep or to let go.
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