Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 10/29/2016

October 29, 2016 by macjeff

Finding Gnomes , Onion Force , Blown Away: Secret of the Wind and more


Finding Gnomes ( $0.99 → FREE )

An old friend has sent you a letter out of nowhere begging for help. In order to find your friend, you’ll have to hunt down a bunch of magical garden gnomes and return them to a witch. Make your way around the hand-drawn environments searching for clues and solving puzzles in order to save the day.


Onion Force ( $1.99 → FREE )

Onion Force combines the best elements of the tower defense and action genres to provide you with a rather unique experience. Before each battle you’re able to pick between three playable heroes, each with their own unique abilities. As your enemies descend upon the battlefield, tap to attack. The coins you collect can be used to erect one of eight different tower types to help defend your king. The game includes stylish cartoon graphics, 30 levels, and three difficulty settings.

Blown Away: Secret of the Wind ( $1.99 → FREE )

Everything in Hendrik’s life has been blown away by the wind including his home. Help him recover the pieces and put his life back together by teleporting all around the environments. Hendrik shoes hold the power to teleport, but they need time to recharge, so you’ll have to time your taps properly. The game includes four worlds, 120 levels, and upgrades.

Camping With Grandpa ( $2.99 → FREE )

Camping With Grandpa is loaded with activities for your little ones to enjoy. Once they set out on their adventure they’ll get to read a compass, take a hike, identify animal tracks, and help animals get fed. Grandpa will guide them along the way, so you can just hand off your iDevice and let your child enjoy. The app includes seven educational mini-games, six interactive activities, and loads of fascinating videos about survival, camping, and wildlife.

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Social Speaker, 8Stem, Clown Spotting and other apps to check out this weekend

October 29, 2016 by macjeff

It’s been a long week here at iDB, what with Apple’s big Mac event and all. So we’re ready to kick back and relax this weekend with some new apps and games. The latest edition of our Apps of the Week roundup includes an app that enables Siri to read you tweets, and an image editor that adds clowns to your photos. And as always, we’ve selected a few new games for you to check out!

Social Speaker

Ever wish Siri could read you your Twitter feed? Now she can. Social Speaker allows you to listen to tweets in the car or anywhere else you need to be hands-free. Simply open the app and select your Timeline, mentions or a specific list and say “Hey Siri. Read my Social Speaker messages.” Siri will read your most recent tweets and ask if you’d like to reply. Saying yes saves the tweets in the app so you can reply later. It’s a bit limited—it appears Siri can only read up to 10 tweets at a time—but definitely a cool concept. Social Speaker is available for $1.99.


This is an interesting app for folks who have dreams of becoming a music producer/DJ or who just like to play around with creation software. 8Stem allows you to pull a song apart and play with it—take out the drums, bass line, vocals and swap out with different sounds—or even your own voice. There are tons of effects and filters to play with and the interface is fairly straight forward. There’s even a social aspect to it that allows you to share songs and comment on others. Unfortunately you can’t just upload your own music—you have to choose from their tracks—but they say new content will be added frequently. 8Stem is available for free.

Clown Spotting

It’s Halloween weekend, so let’s get weird! Clown Spotting is a photo app that allows you to add a variety of clown images to any selfie or picture, and then share with your friends! The app includes 10+ comical and silly clowns, and then there is an IAP for scary and creepy clowns. And that’s about it. There’s not a whole lot to this app—oh yeah it does feature sticker support for iOS 10. Clown Spotting is available for free.


From the award-winning developers of Smash Hit and Does not Commute! comes PinOut! Described as “pinball reinvented,” PinOut has you race against time in a continuous journey through a mysterious canyon of pulsating lights and throbbing retro beats. There is no upfront cost or ads, but an optional IAP upgrade is available that enables the ability to continue from checkpoints. PinOut! is available for free.

The Forgotten Room

Looking for a good holiday-themed game? Check out The Forgotten Room. In it you play as paranormal investigator John “Buster of Ghosts” Murr as he explores yet another mysteriously creepy house. This time he’s on the case of Evelyn Bright, a 10 year old girl that went missing whilst playing hide and seek with her father. Will John solve the mystery of the missing girl and discover what really happened in the forgotten room? You have to play to find out! This game is available for $1.99.

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 10/28/2016

October 28, 2016 by macjeff

Mos Speedrun 2 , DayCost Pro - Personal Finance, Money Manager, Income, Expense & Budget , Artkive - Save Kids' Art and more


Trauma Ted ( $0.99 → FREE )

You see, poor Ted suffers from a severe chronic migraine, so he needs you to guide him to his beloved meds before he succumbs to the unrelenting pain. You'll have to help Ted clear gaps, climb walls, and basically do whatever it takes to reach those meds. The game includes 80 puzzling levels, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.


Mos Speedrun 2 ( $1.99 → FREE )

Mos has learned some new tricks, like wall jumping and rope swinging, and you’ll have to utilize them in order to make it through the 30 challenging levels. Collect coins, go on the hunt for hidden gold skulls, and move as quickly as possible in order to climb the leaderboards. The game also includes a wide variety of costumes to unlock.

DayCost Pro - Personal Finance, Money Manager, Income, Expense & Budget ( $2.99 → FREE )

It takes mere seconds to record a transaction in DayCost. Just swipe down on the screen, pick a category, enter an amount, and swipe up to record. You’re also able to attach a payment type, photo, and note to your transactions. DayCost allows you to create a budget and view graphical reports to keep your finances in check. It also includes passcode protection, iCloud support, and the ability to create custom categories.

Artkive - Save Kids' Art ( $4.99 → FREE )

Artkive makes it easy to chronologically store, share, and print your child’s artwork or schoolwork. You’ll never again feel guilty about throwing anything out to reduce clutter. Simply capture, title, and describe the piece of art or schoolwork. If you have multiple children, you’re able to create separate profiles for each one. You’re able to sort the content by family member, date, or tag. Artkive also allows you to turn any piece of artwork into gifts like pillows, phone cases, coasters, and blankets.

Animal Puzzle Kids Activity Pre-school Shape Games for Toddlers, Boys and Girls with Skills Free ( $1.99 → FREE )

Today only: Unlock the full game free of charge! Simply tap the “Unlock” button on the main screen, and enter the provided passcode to confirm your action. All current and future puzzles will be available to you and your child free of charge. After choosing a scene, cork board cutouts will begin to appear. Your child must drag and drop the pieces into place to fill each cutout. Once complete, the scene will become animated and they can tap on different items and characters to see what happens. The game includes 11 scenes to enjoy, and a new baby play time mode.

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Skype for iPhone gains Siri messaging integration, other new features coming soon

October 27, 2016 by macjeff

Microsoft today refreshed Skype for iPhone and iPod touch and Skype for iPad with the ability to send messages to your Skype contacts using Siri. Just say something along the lines “Send message to John on Skype saying what’s up?” and Siri will do the right thing.

Earlier, the app integrated with iOS 10’s CallKit to make VoIP Skype calls behave like traditional phone calls with Lock screen, Phone, Favorites and Contacts integration.

And earlier this week, Microsoft announced a number of other changes that will be coming to Skype for iOS in the coming weeks.

Before today, asking Siri to send a message to Skype contact yielded an error message saying ”I wish I could, but Skype hasn’t set that up with me yet,” as shown below. In addition, Microsoft has fixed a bug that prevented you from viewing your recent Skype messages and Favorites on the Apple Watch.

Microsoft also highlighted some interesting changes coming to Skype apps soon.

For starters, when the person who initiates a call hangs up, the call will carry on smoothly no matter who leaves or joins the conversation. “This means that the discussion won’t be interrupted if someone has to greet an unexpected visitor at the door, or even if dinner is ready,” said the team.

Another change will rename Call Phones tab to just Calls. The tab will let you initiate types—free Skype-to-Skype audio or video calls, as well as calls to mobile or landline numbers that require you to use Skype Credit.

Purchasing Skype Credit will become a lot simpler too from within the app.

Skype for iOS will also gain a new way to listen to voicemail and you’ll be able to control voicemail settings in the Skype account portal. However, custom voicemail greetings, email notifications and SMS transcription will no longer be available because Skype is moving to video voicemails.

Here’s what you’ll soon see if your Skype call isn’t answered.

“You can also leave a simple chat message if you prefer, all integrated natively into your chat with the person or group you tried to call,” wrote the team.

The aforesaid changes will rolling out to Skype for iOS users over the course of the next several weeks, Microsoft has said.

Grab Skype for iPhone and Skype for iPad free from the App Store.

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Apple’s free app of the week: Sonic CD

October 27, 2016 by macjeff

Apple on Thursday updated its App of the Week promotion with the game Sonic CD. This means that for the next 7 days, you’ll be able to download the classic Sega hit for both iPhone and iPad for free—a solid savings of $3.

In this iteration of the popular franchise, Sonic travels to the distant shores of Never Lake and discovers it has been taken over by his arch-nemesis Dr. Eggman. You must help Sonic stop him and restore order to Little Planet.

From the App Store Editors’ Notes:

We love rediscovering head hog history with this enhanced edition of one of Sonic’s greatest adventures. This game sizzles with all the sprawling levels and blazing speed you remember from the ’90s, but this classic platformer is better than ever on the App Store. With crisp widescreen graphics, tight controls, and awesome extra content, it’s just a blast.

And here’s a clip of the game in action:


Sonic CD is available in the App Store for free.

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