What’s better than having a weekend to relax and spend time with your beloved iPhone or iPad – or, perhaps, your shiny new Apple Watch. Well, we can think of one better, and that is having paid apps that have become free for a limited time that you can download to your iOS device and have better fun with it. Today, we bring to you 6 great apps that will cost you bucks otherwise, but have gone free for a limited time. Go through the list and get downloading!

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Amazon has just updated its iOS app which now adds support for the Apple Watch. This new update gives users the ability to search, buy or save products to their wish list right from Cupertino’s new wearable.

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It’s almost Apple Watch time and a number of our favorite apps have been updated to support the impending wearable. Philips Hue, a smart, energy-efficient lighting system that can be controlled directly from iOS, has just brought Apple Watch into the equation with its latest update, letting you easily adjust or turn out the lights without even needing to pick up your iPhone or iPad.

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The insanely famous djay 2 app for iPhone and iPad has gone absolutely free, and you can grab it right away without paying a dime. More details and download links can be found here.

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Apple’s iOS devices and indeed its Macs have tended to fare relatively well in the world of security, not finding themselves on the wrong end of too many major incidents. A new security flaw, outed at the RSA security conference in San Francisco, may prove troublesome for users of iPhones and iPads though, mainly because it has the potential to cause those devices to go into a constant boot-loop.

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EA SPORTS has just dropped a UFC title for iOS and Android, featuring official fighters and events from the all-action sport. It’s free to download, and you can find key details and download links right here.

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We’ve seen plenty of iOS 9 concepts surface in the past few months from fans and designers alike, with some of them being pretty ambitious. This new concept however, does not tinker much with the existing building blocks of iOS 8, and instead, is looking to add a new Quick Access feature on the lock screen.

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iOS 8.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3 jailbreak exploits used in Pangu, TaiG, PP jailbreak tools for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch have been patched by Apple with the release of latest firmware. More details can be found right here past the jump.

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It’s just a matter of days before the Apple Watch should start arriving at the doors of buyers around the globe and app developers are getting their updates out already for the big day. We have already seen plenty of new apps and updates to existing ones over the last few weeks but things have really started to pick up over the last two or three days.

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The YouTube app is, for most iOS users, a staple part of the digital diet, and where it used to be a native utility, it’s now an optional download from the iTunes App Store. The removal of the YouTube app from the stock repertoire has been favorable from the perspective of the user, since it has allowed the much-improved app to flourish under Google’s third-party control, but now, it seems that the old, pre-iOS 6 app will lose support from next month.

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Microsoft has just updated its PowerPoint app for iOS, adding support for Apple’s first ever wearable device – the Apple Watch. This new update adds the ability to control all your PowerPoint based presentations right from your wrist.

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Stefan Esser, who goes by the name of i0n1c, has managed to jailbreak iOS 8.4. He posted a video proof of it, showing his iPhone 6 Plus running jailbroken iOS 8.4 beta 1.

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Here’s how you can fix iOS 8.3 Bluetooth issues on your iPhone or iPad. More details and fixes can be found here.

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Here’s a tutorial on how to downgrade iOS 8.3 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to a older version like iOS 8.2.

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Microsoft has released its first ever Apple Watch app, but it’s probably not the one you may have expected. You can catch more details on this news right here.

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We told you a few weeks ago how WWE 2K was set to be released in spring and today that has happened, with the wrestling game is available to download for both iOS on the App Store and Android on Google Play. You’ll need to hand over $7.99 in order to play it, but there’s plenty to get your teeth into once you have.

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MovieBox 3.3.1 download for iOS 8.3 – without jailbreak – is now available. More details on the new release can be found here.

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With the launch of the Apple Watch, the Cupertino giant is not only marketing its wearable as its most “personal product yet”, but is also playing on the fact that the gorgeous creation is an “incredibly precise timepiece”, and that it offers “entirely new ways to stay in touch” as well as introducing “a smarter way to look at fitness”. It’s highly likely that the marketing spiel will ultimately appeal to a lot of consumers and make the difference between whether they purchase the device or not, but what about the extended capabilities of the Apple Watch that can be unlocked through the use of third-party apps? We take a look at a couple that can be used to turn Apple’s new product into a powerful TV remote.

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When Apple initially announced the Apple Watch, it didn’t really come as any great surprise. After all, it seems that a company like Apple simply cannot design and implement a new product range without some kind of leak making its way into the public domain. After the initial excitement surrounding the technical specifications and what the device would actually be natively capable of, the attention has now turned to what third-party developers will do with their software to get the most out of Apple’s “most personal product yet.” The Wdgts app, which has been readily available for Apple’s other iOS devices for quite some time, immediately seems like it could offer the perfect functionality for the small screen of the Apple Watch. Thankfully, its developers thought exactly the same and have released a 1.0.4 update to offer support for the Apple Watch.

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It’s that time of the week again when Apple’s iTunes team carefully peruse over a purposefully curated selection of quality apps and choose one to be featured as the “iTunes App of the Week.” iOS device owners have been treated to some fabulous discounts on some truly remarkable apps and games over the last few months, but this week is the turn of Pursuit of Light by Zhipeng Wang, an action adventure game set entirely in a mysterious world that has been created through the dreams of the main protagonist in the game.

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