Constantly picking up great apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can quickly become an expensive gig, particularly if, like us, you’re always looking to stock up on the latest content. But to try and ease the stress on those purse-strings, we strive to find some of the best paid apps gone free for your treasured mobile gadgets, and so today, we’re back with a lengthy list of freebies for those of you on iOS.

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Calculator Pro Elite ($3.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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A fully-featured scientific calculator with dual-line display.

Download it on iTunes here.

Air Scanner ($4.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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This app harnesses the technologies found within your iPhone to turn it into a makeshift overhead projector. You can beam documents, drawings and other such content straight to a Web browser, and if you’re the kind to give presentations, then this app is worth checking out.

Download it on iTunes here.

Riptide GP2 ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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If the idea of racing jet skis is something that appeals to you, but you don’t want to risk death by doing it in real life, then this epic, white-knuckle ride of a game has you covered.

Download it on iTunes here.

SKEW ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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This app allows you to adjust, crop and correct your photos, helping you to create that perfect Kodak Moment.

Download it on iTunes here.

MyPocket Secure Password Manager ($1.99 -FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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MyPocket not only allows you to securely keep passwords safe and yet accessible, but will also digitize your sensitive, important documents like passport, drivers’ license and other such literature for reference whenever you may need it.

Download it on iTunes here.

aNote ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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aNote extension lets you take full-page screenshots in Safari, so if you’re looking to, for example, share a story with your friends, you won’t need to take several screenshots in a row.

Download it on iTunes here.

To Do List for Nozbe ($4.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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This is a fully-loaded to-do app that goes beyond the basic list-making features of apps like Clear. It seems to cover all bases, and so irrespective of the size of your project or task, To Do List for Nozbe is definitely worth a look.

Download it on iTunes here.

To Do List for Nozbe ($14.99 – FREE / iPad)

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As above, but for iPad.

Download it on iTunes here.

Lapse HD/R ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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Lapse HD/R brings time-lapse, HDR video capture in full 1080p, something that isn’t currently available natively.

Download it on iTunes here.

Notebooks for iPad ($8.99 – FREE / iPad)

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This all-in-one note-taker for iPad provides everything one could require of such a utility, and with a clean, minimal interface yet robust feature set, is our ideal notebook app.

Download it on iTunes here.

Finger Olympic ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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Use your digits to compete in a number of Olympic events, from the 100m sprint, to the long jump, to the javelin.

Download it on iTunes here.

Reverser Cam ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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This app lets you record backwards videos, which is not only a novel idea, but produces some hilarious results.

Download it on iTunes here.

King of Opera ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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In this unique multiplayer, you assume the role of a tenor, but rather than singing your heart out, your job is to knock other tenors off the stage.

Download it on iTunes here.

So, there you go. Save yourself a tidy sum, have some fun this weekend with titles like Riptide and Finger Olympic, but if you want to be productive, there are plenty of ideal apps there as well.

Note: These apps are available for free for a limited time only. Download them as soon as possible as these deals usually don’t last for more than 24-hours after posting.

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