It’s time for Apple’s Free App of the Week again! The iOS App Store is full of apps to keep us occupied, but why make all that effort when Apple has taken it upon itself to throw some gems at us for free every week. Today’s title – game in fact, usually retails for $1.99 on the App Store, but can be grabbed for free till next Thursday.

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Roger app allows you to control your Amazon Echo and Alexa remotely from your iPhone or Android from anywhere in the world for free.

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Google’s Gboard keyboard app for iOS does not feature a built-in dark theme mode. If your iPhone or iPad is jailbroken, you can add one to it using this free tweak.

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Facebook-owned Instagram app also has a hidden inbox meant for direct messages from users you don’t follow. Here’s how to find it.

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Jarvis is a new chat bot for Facebook Messenger which lets you easily set reminders on both the web and mobile app version of Messenger. Here’s how it works.

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It’s that time of the week yet again. Apple is throwing a quirky little puzzler at us iPhone and iPad users as part of its Free App of the Week initiative, and it is one that is bound to keep most of us occupied. Usually retailing for $0.99, it can now be grabbed for absolutely free till next Thursday.

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WhoApp for iOS is a new app which enables users to get detailed info on unknown Caller ID for free on iPhone. Once downloaded and configured, WhoApp works by taking calls that a user does not recognize and then producing as much data as it can about the caller. WhoApp will tell the user where the call is coming from, geographically, and even display a Google Maps or Street View image that shows the exact building the call originated from. The caller’s name and picture will also be displayed, if available.

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The goodies just keep on coming out of this year’s Google I/O conference. Developers and technology aficionados will get to spend the rest of the week meeting Google engineers and dropping in on a variety of workshops designed to introduce the future of technology. However, the opening keynote is generally the place where the magic happens, and yet again it hasn’t disappointed with the introduction of Google Allo and Google Duo, two new apps coming to iOS and Android this summer.

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With Kairos, you can schedule iMessage and SMS texts in the stock iOS Messages app on iPhone or iPad by allowing a long press on the Send button to present a new menu in which you can set when you want the message to be sent.

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When we told you about i0n1c’s System and Security Info app last week, we wondered whether the iPhone app would be around for long and, predictably enough, it has now been removed from the App Store by Apple.

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Google has outed a new teamwork and collaboration app for Android, iOS and the Web called Spaces, and it’s available to anyone who has a Google account.

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Virtual reality fans who also happen to carry iPhones are in for a treat, after Google released an updated version of its YouTube app that supports the company’s virtual reality viewer, Cardboard.

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