4 Paid iOS Apps Gone Free


paid ios apps gone free

There’s quite a bunch of apps that have dropped their prices this week, but if you don’t feel like spending a single cent, here are our four choices of paid iOS apps gone free.

They are a mix of productivity tools and fun apps.

OfficeSuite Pro – PDF + office documents

paid ios apps gone free
There is more to the iPad than a gaming machine. Some people actually use it for work (even if only occasionally), and if you’re one of them, you’ll want to take advantage of this app.

OfficeSuite Pro is a powerful tool that allows you to create, edit, and store various document types easily. It has the plus that you can use any cloud for storage.

With an original price tag of $9.99, this is one deal you can’t miss.

Get OfficeSuite Pro.

Lumin


paid ios apps gone free

“Lumin is an electronic magnifying glass for your iPhone or iPod. Not only does it magnify items, it can also keep a running history of images and can save or share these images with your friends via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Locked images can be magnified 10 times, or even more with ideal lighting, and can also be automatically mirrored to your Dropbox account.”

It’s perfect for those who do not have good eyesight, but also helps you read fine print. Literally.

Get Lumin.

iLovecraft

paid ios apps gone free

For HP Lovecraft fans, this is a must-have book. Even though it was “only” $2.99 originally, so the savings may not seem much to some, the book is supposed to be dark and full of terrors and will test your sanity. If you’re already insane, well, go ahead and read the stories anyway. The book includes:

– The Statement of Randolph Carter
– The Cats of Ulthar
– The Beast in the Cave
– The Terrible Old Man
– Dagon

Get iLovecraft.

Little Builders – Truck, Crane & Digger for Kids

paid ios apps gone free

I always want to find free apps for kids, as I believe in the educational powers of tablets/phones – regulated use, of course. This app introduces children to the world of construction. From trucks and cranes to houses and paint – the scenarios are based on real-life and can be used as teaching points. There’s also the bonus that the app adds a bit of fun here and there to elicit laughs and giggles from kids.

Get Little Builders.

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Noemi

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