The weekend is here, and many devs are offering their paid iOS and Mac apps for free over at the App Store and Mac App Store, respectively. We have handpicked the best ones out of the lot and they are all immediately available for download, but for a limited period of time. For the complete rundown, head past the break.
Galileo Offline Maps Pro ($3.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)
This brilliant app, as can be guessed by the name, has the ability to save maps for offline viewing, making it perfect for situations if you’re out and about without a data connection. With no limit on the number of country maps that can be saved, users can also perform offline searches as well.
REBELSAUCE ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone)
This app gives your photos a bit of life and character and is accompanied by a bunch of really tasteful filters. While the app is pretty handy for the basic editing features that most image editors offer, it’s the classic film like filters that have made this offering one of the best out there.
Calculator Pro Elite ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)
A really well designed and feature rich calculator app, if the one already bundled with your iPhone is not really cutting it for you.
Video Zoom ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)
A handy video editor, Video Zoom can help you add some fancy zoom, pan, and crop effects to your existing videos, or if you want, you can capture a video directly from the app itself.
Writebox ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)
A no-nonsense distraction-free text editor and writing app, Writebox will help you focus on your writing and allows for integrating with Dropbox and Google Drive for opening and editing text files.
Disk Diag ($5.99 – FREE / Mac)
With over 1 million downloads so far, Disk Diag is one of the best tools to help clean up your Mac’s hard drive from all those pesky unwanted junk and temporary files.
Folder Designer ($1.99 – FREE / Mac)
If you want to give the folders on your Mac a distinct and personal look, this app is well-equipped with a range of features wrapped in an easy to use interface.
Battery Nurse ($1.99 – FREE / Mac)
A simple app which allows users to check up on their Mac’s current charge level, battery capacity, charging trend and much more.
All of the above mentioned apps are available to download directly 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.