Another week has gone by so quickly, and you’ve probably busted your butt every single day. 😉
What are you going to do with all your free time this weekend? Your friends and family might ask you to go out and enjoy the weather, but why do that when you can get new apps, play games, and read on your iOS device? (Though there is the argument you can do that in the park, too)
To make it easier for you to have something to do – inside or outside – here are five paid iOS gone free this week.
Paid iOS apps gone free
Bookworms who don’t want to always pay for books (but not break laws) will love this app. Totally free, without in-app purchases.
- The application provides access to millions of free books in various languages.
- User-friendly navigation and the “smart” online catalogue search, simple and intuitively comprehensible interface make the book search easy with just a few taps.
- You are able to upload books to a cloud services, pack them into archives or save on device.
- Our application is a guide in the world of books.
- Wide range of supported formats (fb2, epub, mobi, azw, prc, chm, fbz, rtf, txt(all encodings), djvu, pdf, xps, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, pages, numbers, key, cbr, cbz, cb7, cbt)
- Powerful file manager with cloud services support, archiving and editing features
Writers and bloggers will find this a great plain text app, without worrying about formatting – which is necessary a lot of times. When you need to write something down, plain and simple, Write is the app to use. Also no in-app purchases.
Features everything you’d expect from a plain text editor plus:
– Current line is auto-focused like a typewriter–even the first and last line–without sacrificing the ability to scroll. On the iPad, the focal point is keyboard location-aware. Split keyboard users rejoice!
– Swipe to move the cursor. Swipe vertically in the margins to move the cursor up/down.
– Use any available font on your device. What to write in Papyrus? By all means!
– Send to Email, Twitter, Facebook, and Omnifocus.
– Supports Dropbox.
– Trash History includes Dropbox.
Got insomnia? You’re not the only one. It seems everyone and their mom has the problem, so apps to help you sleep are everywhere. Here’s one that’s been raved about and has gone free for now. While it has in-app purchases, you’ll have quite a bit to sample before you decide to spend or not.
SleepStream 2 Includes:
• 5 hours of audio
• 200+ stunning background sounds
• Guided relaxation voice session
• Pre-sleep meditation voice session
• Instant energy voice session
• Hours of calming music
• 51 brainwave programs
• 10 brainwave categories: sleep, relaxation, energy, focus, meditation, hypnosis, learning, mood, motivation & creativity
• Breathtaking visualizations
Of course, there’s a children’s app in this list. You know how I believe in the power of the iPad as an educational tool when supervised. This app is a new take on the classic Little Red Riding Hood. Good for kids age 2 and up.
– 12 richly illustrated interactive scenes
– Fully animated – no narration or text
– Great music
– Kids make the story happen
– Discover fun interactive surprises
– Child friendly adaptation
If you’re missing the good old times when Angry Birds was fun, and you didn’t buy the space version, here’s your chance to play it for free.