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Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

June 13, 2016 by macjeff

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App Store.

The post Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time appeared first on Digital Trends.

Source link: http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/daily-app-deals-ios-06-13-2016/

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/12/2016

June 12, 2016 by macjeff

Breathe Pro: Breathing Training for Stress Relief and Stress Resistance Improvement , Tesla Wars HD , Tesla Wars and more

iPhone:

Breathe Pro: Breathing Training for Stress Relief and Stress Resistance Improvement ( $4.99 → FREE )

Breathe Pro includes a four-week breathing course that will help reduce stress. All it takes is one and a half minutes a day to calm yourself. During each exercise you’ll receive visual cues that will ensure you’re breathing correctly. Keep your finger over your iDevice’s LED flash and camera in order to allow Breathe Pro to measure and analyze your stress resistance.

Tesla Wars ( $0.99 → FREE )

Only one of Tesla’s powerful towers remain standing. You must protect it at all costs from the invading faceless swarm. Your enemies are equipped with various types of weapons and attributes, and they will approach the tower from all possible angles. Zap them where they stand by touching and holding your finger on them. You are able to spend your prize money between waves to upgrade your tower and purchase new weapons. The game contains hundreds of waves of enemies to wipe out, 17 upgrades and attacks to unlock, and achievements and leader boards via Game Center.

Universal:

DoitQUICKLY: Deadline Reminder with Alarm ( $0.99 → FREE )

DoitQuickly helps you focus on only what’s important. You’re able to add short but important reminders, which are represented as cards. The typography and way the cards are displayed are meant to invoke a feeling of motivation. You’ll see a real-time countdown timer on each one that helps you easily understand what needs to be done right now. The app also allows you to manage your life via a Today widget, and search using Spotlight.

Shape Gurus - teach shapes for my preschooler ( $2.99 → FREE )

Shape Gurus will teach your child how to match, sort, and classify objects by shape and color. All they have to do is follow along with the interactive story. Shape Gurus includes 27 interactive puzzles to solve with four shapes and nine colors, and pronunciations for 36 colored shapes.

RecipeReadr - Your Recipes Read Aloud To You While You Cook ( $0.99 → FREE )

RecipeReadr allows you to import recipes from the web or by using your iDevice’s camera. After the text has been properly recognized, you can have RecipeReadr start reading each step with just a tap. Your recipes will be synced automatically across all of your iDevices.

Tesla Wars HD ( $0.99 → FREE )

Only one of Tesla’s powerful towers remain standing. You must protect it at all costs from the invading faceless swarm. Your enemies are equipped with various types of weapons and attributes, and they will approach the tower from all possible angles. Zap them where they stand by touching and holding your finger on them. You are able to spend your prize money between waves to upgrade your tower and purchase new weapons. The game contains hundreds of waves of enemies to wipe out, 17 upgrades and attacks to unlock, and achievements and leader boards via Game Center.

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/11/2016

June 11, 2016 by macjeff

Crater - a Numerical Puzzle Game that Impacts Your Mind , Runtastic Heart Rate Monitor, Heart Beat & Pulse Tracker PRO , Formulas - Photo Lab Effects and Custom Frames and more

iPhone:

Runtastic Heart Rate Monitor, Heart Beat & Pulse Tracker PRO ( $1.99 → FREE )

When measuring your heart rate, just place your index finger over your iDevice's LED flash and camera. The app will display your current BPM in real-time during the test. When the test is complete, you'll have the chance to record when you measured your heart rate, how you felt, and attach any other details. Results can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, or email. The app also includes a daily reminder option, and history that can be filtered.

Universal:

Crater - a Numerical Puzzle Game that Impacts Your Mind ( $0.99 → FREE )

Numbered tiles indicate how deep the crater goes. Simply tap on a tile to begin, and swipe over the numbered tiles to fill them in. Lower numbers indicate a lower point. All you have to do is get all of the numbers up to 10. Just don’t accidentally corner yourself, otherwise you’ll have to start all over. The game includes a total of 64 levels with multiple themes.

Formulas - Photo Lab Effects and Custom Frames ( $1.99 → FREE )

Formulas is loaded with dozens of custom, multilayered effects that are unique in their own way. Each effect was built from the ground up by a different talented artist in order to ensure compatibility with a wide range of photos. Effects can be favorited for quick access later on, and you’re able to learn more about each artist with a tap. Formulas also allows you to adjust the intensity of each effect, and apply three dozen different frames.

Flick Champions HD ( $1.99 → FREE )

You're able to participate in eight different sports using intuitive tap and flick controls. Challenge AI-controlled opponents or take on a friend locally on the same device. The game includes eight sports with tournament and exhibition modes for each, three difficulty settings, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Heavy Blade ( $1.99 → FREE )

Heavy Blade allows you to go dungeon crawling from a first-person perspective. Armed with only your trusty sword and magic abilities, you must hack and slash every ghastly creature that stands in your way. The loot that drops from your enemies can be used to upgrade your character and weapons. The game includes a total of 30 dungeons to explore.

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Bumpers, Winnie, BitCam and other apps to check out this weekend

June 11, 2016 by macjeff

It’s going to be a long weekend for Apple fans, as we anxiously await the company’s big WWDC keynote on Monday. But never fear, we’ve picked out some great apps and games to help you pass the time. These include a new audio recording and sharing app, an old school camera app, and of course two great new games.

Bumpers

Bumpers is sort of like a cross between Instagram and podcasts. The app allows you to easily record and edit audio, and then share it with the world. The editing tools are super easy to use and there are various sound effects to choose from. And even if you don’t want to record anything, you can still listen to other people’s thoughts and conversations, and even follow your favorite users. I feel like we’ve seen a few of these apps pop up, but this could be the one that takes the category. Bumpers is available for free.

Winnie

Winnie helps parents and caretakers navigate the world with their children, giving them the information they need to find great activities and destinations for families. With data on over 100,000 locations, the app helps you find hidden gems and new places to visit like parks, playgrounds and libraries. You can also search for family-friendly restaurants, locate the closest place to nurse a child or change a diaper, and you can even post stories about places you visit to help others. Winnie is available for free.

BitCam

BitCam puts an old-school twist on taking photos and selfies. As the name suggests, the app allows you to take low resolution photos packed full of pixels and nostalgia. But what sets BitCam apart from other so-called photo apps is the minimalistic interface. The Iconfactory, the team behind the popular Twitterrific Twitter client, has done a great job with the UI, as it looks like something straight out of the 90’s. There’s a color option unlockable via an in-app purchase, otherwise the app is available for free.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Kick’n’Run

Ronaldo is one of those people you either love, or hate because he is so rich and good looking. But with Euro 2016 now in full swing, I thought it was appropriate to include a soccer (or football) game in this week’s roundup. At first sight, this may seem like another terrible free-to-play celebrity cash grab, but it’s actually pretty fun. It’s a free-running title, that reminds me of a cross between Temple Run and Flick Soccer. If you’re a fan of Ronaldo or his sport, it’s worth checking out. This game is available for free.

Build Away! – Idle City Builder

Build Away! is a very promising-looking builder with great graphics, intuitive interface, and simple game controls. Players are tasked with building “the most awesome city of all time,” which includes the construction of cafes, homes, banks, airports, theme parks and zoos. Like other titles in this genre, you can do things like invite friends over to help grow and customize your town and automate actions so you can earn continuously while you’re away. No online connection required! This game is available for free.

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Clear the Grid by Spelling the Best Words in AlphaPit

June 10, 2016 by macjeff

AlphaPit (Free) by Shane McCafferty is a new word game with a twist. If you love word games but are tired of the usual fare, then AlphaPit is one you should consider. It’s from the same developer as Word Forward, which was a popular game from two years ago.

Since I’m a writer, one of my favorite puzzle genres are word games. But this should surprise no one, right? Even though I don’t think of myself as the best when it comes to the genre, though, I still have a lot of fun playing these games because they make me think, and we all need some mental stimulation to keep our minds sharp (otherwise, it’s just a waste). I’ve gone through dozens of word games in the past several years, but from what I’ve noticed, a lot of them seem the same, just with different skins or a few changes in rules. So when I saw the news of AlphaPit hit my inbox a while back, I was intrigued by what the game was bringing to the table. It’s not just another Scrabble or Boggle type of word game, and it’s much more challenging.

In terms of visuals, AlphaPit looks sharp for a word game. Players are greeted with a minimalistic aesthetic that works well. While the graphics look flat like most games nowadays, there’s a bit more depth to it due to the ability to change the letter tiles, which can appear to be depressed the further it is from the original state. The pinstripe gray background helps make the colored letter tiles stand out nicely, which also “pop” out with the shadows and slight 3-D appearance. It’s easy to tell when letters are selected due to the colored outlines, and the typeface used in the game is easy-to-read. The animations are smooth and fluid despite the subtlety, and things are made interesting with a techno EDM soundtrack. It’s refreshing to see this, especially in the word game category.

Like typical puzzle games, AlphaPit features levels that one must solve before moving on to the next. At the moment, the initial free game download includes 200 puzzles, which is a ton of content for nothing. And since it takes some serious wordsmith skill and time to solve, it’s not surprising that AlphaPit will keep you busy for a long time. One of things that caught me off-guard with AlphaPit is the fact that while it’s a free game, there are no in-app purchases. You can replenish your supply of power-up items to solve puzzles by watching ads, but there is no way to get rid of the ads (they only show up voluntarily) or even buy more power-ups through in-app purchases. It’s nice to see this, though, so it requires skill and patience to complete the game.

So what exactly is AlphaPit, and what makes it stand out from other word games on the market? The App Store description talks about depth and loneliness, and that’s true, though you shouldn’t get all philosophical about it (unless you want to). The objective of each puzzle is to clear out the board of letter tiles by spelling out words that consist of at least three letters. However, when you spell out words, the tiles have to be connected to each other (horizontally, vertically, diagonally, and even backwards). All tiles must be removed from the board for the puzzle to be complete. While it sounds simple enough, things get pretty tricky and you’ll have to use your noggin’ to get rid of all tiles.

To spell out a word, just tap-and-drag along the letters you want to use. If the word is accepted, the tiles vanish — otherwise, they’ll remain on the board or tell you if you’re under the three-letter requirement. If you’re unable to spell out words with the current tiles, there are a few things you can do.

The first thing is to tap (forward) or hold down (reverse) a letter, as this allows you to cycle through the previous or next three letters in the alphabet, depending on how far the tile is sticking out.

Secondly, the game also gives you two tiles in your “hand,” which are shown in the bottom left corner. These tiles can be swapped out with any tile that is currently on the board, which can be handy when you just can’t think of any words to spell out.

The last option you have are the three power-ups that are available at your disposal. The power-ups are: Undo, Shuffle, and Bomb. The Undo one is pretty self-explanatory, as it lets you undo your previous move. Shuffle is great when you can’t make any more words in the current setup, so it will shuffle the letters around, but the tiles remain in the same spots. Bomb lets you eliminate any individual tile, which is great when you just have one or two lonely tiles remaining on the board.

In regards to the power-up items, everyone will start out with three of each with the initial download. However, if you run out and need more, you can obtain three more by watching a video ad. As I mentioned earlier, there are no in-app purchases in the game, so if you need more power-ups, you’ll have to endure the ads. At least people can’t cheat by buying a ton of power-ups and not actually solving the puzzles, so there’s a plus.

My favorite part of AlphaPit, though, is the fact that you can play the game at your own pace. There are no points to score or time limits to worry about, so you can just focus on finding words to spell or figuring out new words with the tools you have. Just sit back, relax, and spell.

I’ve gone through a ton of word games since I’ve picked up my first iPhone, but AlphaPit is a real gem. The rule of having to use every tile on the board opens up a ton of possibilities that you may not have thought of, and being able to swap out letters keeps things fresh. Plus, the game looks good with minimalistic aesthetics, the music is soothing to listen to if you enjoy EDM, and controls are simple enough to understand. And tons of levels and no in-app purchases is the icing on the cake.

I highly recommend checking out AlphaPit if you’re a word game fan. You can get AlpahPit on the App Store as a universal download for free.

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