Paid iOS And Mac Apps Gone Free: Download Now And Save $78 Instantly

The weekend is great for many reasons, and one of them – particularly if you’re a user of Apple products in this case – is that developers tend to relax their prices. We’ve hand-picked a collection of iOS and Mac apps that, despite ordinarily costing money, are currently free of charge, and so if you own an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac, join us after the fold to dive into the savings.

iOS Mac apps free


Shoggoth Rising ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)


This neat arcade title is both ghoulish and addictive. Optimized for both iPhone and iPad, it’ll keep you entertained during those moments of extreme boredom.

Expense-Tracker+ ($19.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

Expense Tracker

If you’re looking to keep tabs on your finances and outgoings, this app serves as the perfect tool for the job. It’s beautifully simple, with its clean, crisp interface, and with a five-star rating, is not to be balked at.

Motocross Elite ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

Motocross Elite

A fun little 2D motocross title featuring some cute, funky graphics.

Bike Assault ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

Bike Assault

Another title to be filed under the "endless runner" genre so popular nowadays, your goal is to meander through traffic and avoid obstacles for as long as possible.


App for Vine – Menu Bar App ($0.99 – FREE / Mac)

App for Vine

If you’re a fan of the short-clip social network, then this self-explanatory app will tide you over nicely on OS X. It brings a Vine app icon to the menu bar, allowing you to quickly check on your favorite vids, and is free for the duration of the weekend.

mColorDesigner ($38.99 – FREE / Mac)


This palette generator is great for creative folk, and with a usual price of nearly $40, is the best deal featured in our list today.

Chatlet ($4.99 – FREE / Mac)


This app brings a Facebook Messenger app right to the menu bar of OS X, meaning you can converse freely with your friends with minimal effort.

xClipboard ($9.99 – FREE / Mac)


xClipboard is an extension on the native clipboard, keeping a record of everything you’ve copied and presenting it in an easy-to-digest fashion.

And that concludes our list for today, join us again tomorrow for more of the same!

All of the above listed apps are available directly to download from the App Store and Mac App Store.

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

Be sure to check out our iPhone Apps Gallery and iPad Apps Gallery to explore more apps for your iPhone and iPad.

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