Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, July 18, 2016

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I hope you all had a good weekend. Let’s start the week on nice note, too, so here are this week’s paid iOS apps gone free.

(As usual, remember they’re free now but they won’t be free forever, so download while you can.)

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Train Conductor 2: USA

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Each train needs to be connected to a particular train track, which is shown by the track number on top of the train. With the swipe of a finger connect the train to the right track, and stop any trains that are going to collide by tapping on them.

=== Train Conductor WORLD is OUT NOW! ===
Adventure across new terrain and connect the wonders of the European continent. Your trains will be barreling across the canals of Amsterdam, zooming around the Arc De Triomphe in Paris and navigating the perilous peak of the Matterhorn. Download it on the App Store today.

Block vs Block

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We modify the world most attractive puzzle game on PC / NES / FC / PS. iOS “Block vs Block” allows you play against a computer or humans (iPad only).

– 16 different shapes
– 4 different special items
– VS mode

Very attractive graphics, very easy to control, very strong computer player.

Preview video:

Carp – 21 Day No Complaint Challenge

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Carp was developed to help break this habit and to permanently reduce the amount of complaining that we do in our daily lives. As a result you’ll find your life improving in a number of ways, not limited to the following.
— men and women will find you sexier
— babies will smile at you
— animals will respect your personal space
— your barista will spell your name correctly
— you’ll get less Paxil ads in your FB feed

Unlike the science used in those examples, actual science has proven the following: your word choice directly impacts your thoughts. Your thoughts directly affect your actions and emotions.

Stated simply – complaining causes us to be less happy.

Download Carp and start your 21 Day Challenge. On Day 1, share your mission with friends and family and have them hold you accountable. If you complain, they should call you out.

Every time you complain, you reset your Carp Clock back to Day 1. By doing this, you’ll start to build and maintain a continuous focus on your words. Eventually, you’ll find yourself refraining from negative speak.

Weblock – AdBlock for apps and websites

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Weblock allows you to block online content. It can block ads (banners and popups in other apps and websites), stats and user tracking, scripts or images. It also allows you to block specific websites, like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, social widgets from websites or get rid of annoying Tapatalk popups. You can even define your own content filters. Using Weblock you can block basically any network resource!

Weblock has a constantly growing and updated list of predefined filters for you to choose from. It also enables you to create your own filters. Unlike other content filtering products, Weblock DOES NOT act as a proxy server or subscription based VPN for all your traffic, so your connection stays direct, fast and private! Content filtering takes place right on your device.

Write Document – Word Processor for Microsoft Office

Write Document

A Simple Scanner, DOCUMENT Maker, Document Writer, Document MANAGEMENT , Voice Record App FOR iPhone AND iPad.

  • Professional Look
  • Really attractive
  • Simple, Smooth, Lightweight and super easy to use interface for iPhone and iPad screen sizes
  • All conversion is done locally on the iPhone , iPod and iPad. Your documents never leave it and it does not require internet connection and the confidentiality of your data is never compromised.


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Kokou Adzo

Kokou Adzo is a stalwart in the tech journalism community, has been chronicling the ever-evolving world of Apple products and innovations for over a decade. As a Senior Author at Apple Gazette, Kokou combines a deep passion for technology with an innate ability to translate complex tech jargon into relatable insights for everyday users.

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