If you’re looking to stock up on apps for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device, then our latest list of paid apps gone free has you well covered. There is well over $20 worth of savings to be had right here, so fire up your App Store app and join us after the fold.

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The fact that, some time ago, Facebook decided to separate the Messenger segment of its service into a standalone mobile app wasn’t too much of an issue when it initially went down. After all, users could still easily continue to communicate using the official app, and the Facebook Messenger app was a convenient service dedicated to IM only. However, as users have noticed over the past couple of months, Facebook for iOS and Android is now a message-free zone, which, aside from being inconvenient, seems a tad unnecessary. Luckily, there’s a way to circumvent the limitation, and whether you’re rocking Facebook Messenger for Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android platform, you’ll find a fairly simple workaround below.

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The App Store is loaded with apps and games, and while there are plenty of gems, actually weedling them out can often be a trying task. Still, that’s what we’re here for, and not only do we have a selection of half a dozen great apps, but they’ve also ditched their regular prices and just gone absolutely free. So if you want to stock up on a few freebies, check out the list below.

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BitTorrent has something of a bad reputation amongst most people, and probably for a good reason. Used by millions as a way of getting their hands on various types of media and apps without having to pay for it.

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Developers of paid apps drop the prices on an almost daily basis, and even though it’s fairly difficult to keep hold of each and every one, we’re always on the lookout for some of the better deals knocking around. Here, we run through another four paid apps dropped to the wondrous zero-dollar price tag, and if your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is looking a little bereft of apps and games, here’s your perfect opportunity to reload.

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Microsoft is no stranger to releasing all sorts of wonderful apps and games for Apple’s mobile platform. And today is no different, with the software giant releasing a brand new app for iPhone users.

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We’re back with another list of apps gone free for those in ownership of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Just in time for the weekend ahead, we have a nice, varied selection including one or two great games, so be sure to join us after the break for the low-down.

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If you’re into your RPGs, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Square Enix has just released Dragon Quest IV for gamers on iOS and Android. As you’d expect from Square-Enix, of Final Fantasy fame, it’s a very thorough and immersive title, and below, you can check the details as well as download links.

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Forrest Gump, which stars Hollywood legend Tom Hanks, is one of those movies that almost everybody has seen. But while we collectively appreciate the heart-warming storyline, it doesn’t strike us as the kind of flick that should be turned into a mobile game. Sure, most new movies are now arriving with a supplementary title – usually by Gameloft – to enhance the overall experience and sense of excitement, but Forrest Gump? Really?

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We always like to tell you about great apps, especially when they’re on sale for a limited time. Apple has recently made a slew of productivity apps available at a reduced rate as part of its Productivity sale. More information, including which apps, along with their old and new prices can be found right here.

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We’re featuring more apps for iPhone and iPad users today that have shed their price tags and have gone absolutely free for a limited time. Run past the jump to see what is on offer.

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The best sketching / drawing apps for iPhone and iPad, have just gone free for the first time ever at the iTunes App Store, and if you’re the kind to use your digital device for the purpose of channeling creativity, then be sure to check out the details and download link provided below.

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There seems to be a real glut of paid-for apps going free of late, and that’s no bad thing as far as we’re concerned. Here we have a range of new titles to add to that list, and some are great examples of titles that are normally a bargain even at their usual price. Make them free, and they really are apps that you should be trying out.

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Once again we’re back with another stack of apps gone free for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. Below you’ll find the full list, with original prices and download links, so be sure to join us after the fold!

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Given how many apps and games exist over at the iTunes App Store, locating the good ones shouldn’t be too hard. But at times, it can be a little tricky, and finding the decent, paid apps gone free even more so. Here, though, we like to bring you some of the best deals on a daily basis, and here, you can get your fill once more.

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If you find Apple’s default method of unlocking your iOS device a little cumbersome and overused then one of the latest tweaks to land in Cydia could provide some comfort. BlowToUnlock is a new tweak for jailbroken iOS devices that allows the hardware to be unlocked and accessed when a “blow” of air is detected on the device’s microphone aperture. In short, you can hold the device up to your mouth, blow into it and expect to get immediate access to the device without going through the traditional Slide to Unlock process.

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Free apps are brilliant. Free apps that used to be paid apps are arguably more brilliant, if that’s even possible. Because of that fact we don’t want you to miss out on any bargains so, without further ado, here’s a handful of apps that you might want to check out before the price goes back up!

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Self-destructible photo messages are nothing new. After all, Snapchat set the ball rolling and then the likes of Facebook and Instagram jumped on for good measure. If you need your photos to go bye-bye automatically, then you’re not exactly short of options right now.

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It’s a brand new day and we just got off our hunt finding paid apps for iPhone and iPad that have shed their price tags temporarily (read: gone free) on the App Store. And today, we have 7 great apps that are available for free, and are worth $14 in total. Let’s dive in and see what’s on offer.

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It’s been a while since we’ve featured a Cydia export here, and with Apple’s iOS 8 software now in its fourth beta with the fifth and apparently final installment due in the next week or so, it’s clear that tweak developers are focusing their attentions on porting some of its features through to iOS 7. As detailed at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, iOS 8 will be quite a significant bump over the existing software, adding a number of new apps, quirks and features to the fold, and although the Control Center only manifested itself back in September, it’s already in line for a freshen up. Thanks to a newly-released tweak, you can get that iOS 8 look right now, and below, we’ll show you how to avail this updated aesthetic.

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