Today’s batch of limited-time-only free apps includes a slew of games, a slick digital baby book, a ringtone maker, and much more. There are 17 total apps for your downloading enjoyment!
Archives for May 2011
Apple is known for its super slick application icons, but sometimes you just need a change. And you don’t want to dole out $30 for Candybar. While there’s nothing in System Preferences that makes it drag-and-drop simple to change an app’s icon, there’s still a way to do it, and it’s pretty painless.
Did you know? AppleGazette’s daily Free Apps lists are not comprehensive. Instead, we highlight the cream of the crop so you don’t have to search for them. We’re most interested in quality in app design and value in what’s offered to users. (I swear, if I see one more Angry Birds clone, I may require […]
Our current policy at AppleGazette is to never report anything that’s not “hard fact,” but I’m making a one-time exception for this. Because it looks like something big is going down at all the Apple Stores around the world, and that this Sunday is going to be a very special day there that you’ll want […]
Today’s batch of free apps “for a limited time” includes a heap of popular games, several music apps, some art apps, a high-quality medical reference app, and more. Get ’em now while they’re free!
Time Geeks from Ivanovich Games is a fun Waldo-type game with a style and sensibility all its own. It boasts a keen eye toward pop culture, with cheeky references to everything from Dune to Lost.
A few months back, Apple unveiled its subscription service for content distribution on the iPad. The model first used by The Daily news app is now available to all app content makers, such as magazines, newspapers, and even video and music. Anything that’s published can be delivered automatically to your iPad without the need for […]
Looking for a calendar/task manager for your Mac that’s both intuitive and attractive? iProcrastinate is a solid choice that just happens to be free. Developer Craig Otis came up with this smart app that’s available for both iPhone and Mac (an iPad version is coming soon), and syncs wirelessly between them. Let’s take a look […]
You know how it is. You’ve picked up a new CD and you want to play it on your portable music player. But instead of an Apple music player, you own something else, like a Sony Digital Walkman, Zune, or Sansa Fuze. AndÂ doggone iTunes will only rip CD tracks into Apple’s proprietary “.AAC” file format […]
Watching TV on your iPad seems like such a no-brainer, it’s kind of astonishing that it’s not more prevalent. I mean, just the futuristic feel of holding a TV show in your hands makes it anÂ irresistibleÂ idea. But there is hope. Aside from the iTunes Store, where you can buy or rent individual TV show episodes, […]