iOS Freebies: Today’s Paid iPhone, iPad Apps For Zero Bucks [Download Links]
We know how much you guys like a freebie, and so today, we’ve yet another round-up of some of the best iOS apps to have shaken off their usual price tags. If you want to take full advantage of these great apps whilst they’re absolutely free of charge, then be sure to check out the list below.
There’s an underlying theme of camera-centric apps today, and given how many there are in general, it’s not a surprise that their respective developers are jostling for your attention. But while many of the App Store’s thousands of point-and-shoot utilities could be categorized as also-rans, those mentioned here below are real gems.
Orient ($9.99 – Free / iPhone and iPad)
Somewhat self-explanatory, this app, which usually would cost $9.99, will help you to take that perfect shot by automatically straightening out your shots. No matter what angle you hold it at, your Kodak Moment won’t be compromised, and given the sizeable saving on offer, it’s definitely worth checking out.
While photo apps are aplenty, Smile Catcher proves that one can still offer something of a niche. As the name implies, this app will attempt to snap your subjects while they’re smiling by detecting faces and automatically capturing that all-important smile.
This app is for those who simply love to go to concerts. Not only does it serve as a great way to discover who’s playing where, but it also offers a convenient system by which you can go ahead and book your tickets.
The app goes free on Tuesday 13th May for a short period of time, so go ahead and grab it while it’s hot!
This app offers a robust selection of features tailored to enrich the functionality of the wannabe photographer. From standard lenses and filters to more professional features like lossless TIFF support and manual exposure compensation, it’s jam-packed, and for a freebie, may just offer everything you could need from a camera app.
Games come in all shapes and sizes, and Dudeski for iOS takes fun to a whole new level with its 8-bit style graphics and obstacle gameplay. Available for a price tag of $1.99, and gone free for one day only, it’s a title you don’t want to miss out on if you want a casual time killer on your device.
So there you have it, folks. Today’s official run-down of the best free apps. Don’t forget to pick them up as soon as possible from the App Store before they return to their RRPs, and if you do find something you enjoy here, be sure to leave a comment below.