Celebrate the App Store’s 5th Birthday with Free Apps from Apple
Without much fanfare, Apple has quietly announced a promotion that discounts ten popular apps down to $0.00, likely through the App Store’s birthday on July 10, 2013. In addition, some other developers are getting in on the action by discounting their apps down to zero as well.
We have included a full list with links for your perusal. Check out the selection of free apps below:
App Store Productivity
- Barefoot World Atlas (iPhone / iPad) – Interactive 3D globe that allows the user to explore the regions and countries of the world.
- Day One Journal (iPhone / iPad) – A journal for your mobile device, sleek design. Syncs using iCloud or Dropbox.
- How to Cook Everything (iPhone / iPad) – A great resource for someone that learning how to cook.
- Over (iPhone / iPad) – You can add gorgeous text and artwork to photos and share them on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr & Instagram.
- Traktor DJ (iPhone / iPad) – Excellent DJ software for the iPad.
App Store Games
- Badland (iPhone / iPad) – Sidescrolling action adventure platformer, design kind of reminds me of the Oddworld games
- Infinity Blade 2 (iPhone / iPad) – Very much like the original Infinity Blade, but with added RPG elements. You need 1.1GB free, btw.
- Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (iPhone / iPad) – Indie adventure video game, reminds me of the 8-bit era.
- Tiny Wings (iPhone / iPad) – Combines the concept of Temple Run and the art of Braid for a relaxing, fun romp through the hills.
- Where’s My Water? (iPhone / iPad) – Created by Disney, this one is good for the kids. Lots of physics-based puzzles. Beware of in-app purchases.
Outside the Main Promotion:
- The Idiot Test 3 (iPhone) – Similar to the Moron Test, somewhat overly aggressive with the social sharing.
- Glow Puzzle (iPhone / iPad) – Puzzle game, requires logic.
- Wake n Shake Alarm Clock (iPhone) – Beautifully designed, somewhat sadistic alarm clock to help you wake up in the morning by requiring you to shake your phone.
- Knots 3D (iPhone / iPad) – Can teach you how to tie specific types of knots.
- Big Bad Soduku Book (iPhone / iPad) – Free Soduku puzzles, what’s not to like?
- Map My Ride+ (iPhone) – Great if you ride a bike and want to track a particular route.