The App Store is full of great apps, but even though we’re happy to pony up the cash for some of the very best experiences, it’s always nicer when they’re free. As usual, we’ve got a nice assortment of apps and games ready for you to download for your iOS device, so fire up the App Store app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and join us after the break.

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Everybody likes a freebie, and on a daily basis, we strive to bring you the very best app deals for your iOS-running devices. Today, as ever, we’re back with another cluster of paid apps and games gone completely free, and below, you’ll find the download links.

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Google has just released Photo Sphere Camera app for iPhone, allowing users to capture panoramic, 360 degree snaps and share them with others. With Maps support permitting users to geo-tag their photos, others can then search for images of any destination around the globe just by placing a pin on the Big G’s virtual map. More details, as ever, can be seen after the jump.

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If you have an iPhone, iPod touch or an iPad, then you more than likely browse the iTunes App Store few times a day in search of good apps to download. One thing that you might come across quite frequently, is that mostly, the apps featured by Apple or listed in new and noteworthy are generally paid, setting you back a buck or two. Well, since these paid apps keep going free from time to time, you can count on us to hunt down the best deals for you for all iOS devices in our daily feature like this one.

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You’d have to have been living in a cave earlier this year to miss the whole Flappy Bird saga. Becoming hugely popular on the App Store and Play Store almost overnight, Flappy Bird raked in huge sums of money for its creator Dong Nguyen on an apparently daily basis. Unfortunately that wasn’t enough to keep him happy though, and his newfound fame – or should that be infamy – caused him to pull the game and almost disappear.

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It’s time for one of our regular features, where we find the best deals in iPhone, iPod touch and iPad apps across the iTunes App Store that are otherwise paid but have gone free for a limited time. Our collection this weekend is focused more towards games and entertainment titles, coupled with a few educational ones. Head past the break to see what you can score without spending a dime today for your iOS device.

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Apple’s $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics and Beats Music wasn’t in vain at all. Earlier this week, the Cupertino tech giant started exposing first-time customers to Beats Music when they stepped into the App Store for the first time, and now, the company has included Beats Music app to the “Apps Made by Apple” list in the iTunes App Store, in order to guarantee not only just higher number of downloads for the app, but also cement its ownership of the company and its platform.

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Having a smartphone who’s battery won’t last a day is the kind of thing that drives most of us mad. If you’re carrying around a large Android phone that’s got a battery larger than most notebooks inside it, then you’re probably fine but if you’re using an iPhone, we’re willing to bet that you’re charging that bad boy at least once a day. Sometimes twice.

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Have you noticed how some of the best stuff over at the iTunes App Store appears to be almost invariably paid? Not saying that good stuff doesn’t exist for free, but generally, chances are high that the well-polished, feature rich app that caught your heart will end up setting you back by a buck or two. The good thing, however, is the fact that you don’t have to always pay for the good stuff. In the App Store, apps keep going free from time to time – be it courtesy of the developers or other third parties – and should you be lucky enough to find those deals, you might end up saving a few hard-earned dollars. The even better news is, we keep hunting such apps gone free deals for you, and here are our finds for today.

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There are many ways to evaluate a Wi-Fi network. You can either go for the hands-on visual approach by looking at the Wi-Fi signal bars, or just run a regular speed test and see the general performance of a network. But a regular speed test doesn’t tell the complete story as it’s usually done on server side to check Internet speed, not local wireless network’s speed. This is where a handy app for iPhone and Android comes in.

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As ever, we’re back with another list of five great apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Not only are they worth downloading at their usual price, but for a very limited time, they’re absolutely free, so pop on your downloading hat, fire up the App Store app, and join us after the break!

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Further to our tutorial earlier this week, which outlined the steps on how you could continue sending Facebook messages on mobile without having to download the specific app created by the social company for this very purpose, a few of you got back to us via the comments and tips with another method for those on iOS and Android. Below, once again, you can learn how to send Facebook messages using nothing but the official app, and unlike the previous solution, no jailbreak is required on iOS.

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Every day, we bring you the very best App Store deals, helping you to stock up on great iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps without the small matter of cost. Sure, Apple’s iOS hub is packed to the rafters with free content, but it’s often ‘lite’ versions of the main thing, pending purchase for the full-on experience. The list of five apps you’ll find below are usually paid, and with this small selection racking up a usual cost of around $40, there are some major savings to be had here.

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Facebook has once again updated its official iOS app, taking it to version 13.1. Recent update history on its mobile apps has shown us that Facebook prefers to play it safe when outlining the changes and revisions that make up the updates that are pushed out to its Facebook, Messenger and Instagram apps.

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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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