You Can Grab These $18 Worth Of iOS Apps For Free Today, All 6 Of Them!

It’s a new day, and a new hunt for free apps by our dedicated team around the iTunes App Store for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. While there’s no shortage of inherently free titles for the iOS platform, nothing beats the ability of getting otherwise-paid apps for free, and that’s what we’re after on a daily basis. Our findings today include a number of great apps that you can get your hands on completely free if you hurry, so without further ado, here are today’s best paid apps gone free for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

Dapp the App Creator ($9.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)


This one is a gem for those who want to play around with creating their own iOS apps, since Dapp will let you create complete Xcode projects on your iPhone or iPad – including code, images, videos and Xcode storyboards. Considering that this is a universal app that otherwise costs big bucks, don’t miss out on this offer while it lasts.

Download it on iTunes here.

MiniatureCam – TiltShift Generator ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone)


One of the best photography apps out there, MiniatureCam lets you create amazing tilt shift effects out of your normal photos. The app works best with cityscapes, and supports videos with background music, too.

Download it on iTunes here.

Splitter Pro ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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Another feature-rich photo editor that lets you split your iPhone camera into multiple lenses, each with its own customizations. You can clone objects, swap faces, add levitation and much more – limited by only your imagination.

Download it on iTunes here.

Ghost Radar ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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A truly “universal” entertainment app, Ghost Radar basically aims at letting you identify paranormal activity around you using the various sensors in your iOS device. While this app targets things that go bump in the night, the developer warns that it’s basically an entertainment app, and as such, the accuracy of results isn’t guaranteed. For free, we ain’t complaining, either.

Download it on iTunes here.

Week Calendar ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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A calendar app that puts in control of your entire week’s schedule by putting all the appointments and events into one screen, topped off by a plethora of useful features. That pretty much sums up Week Calendar.

Download it on iTunes here.

Wake Alarm ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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The developer claims that it’s the most elegant alarm app for iOS that you’ll ever find, and we believe that. Wake Alarm features a number of unique features such as slap to snooze and flip over to turn off, allowing you to wake up your way with this alarm.

Download it on iTunes here.

That concludes our list for today. Be sure to visit tomorrow for the latest findings.

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