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Paid iOS Apps Free Today, April 25, 2016

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Let’s start the week once again on a negative-free note with (temporarily) free iOS apps. This week’s list contains a mix of productivity apps and apps for leisure.

Also check out 6 iPad Apps That You’ll Actually Use Regularly

Here are your paid iOS apps gone free for today. Enjoy!

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

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Data Widget

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The first iOS data widget, a single swipe is all!

It takes a creative design named double progress, which brings time and data in one simple diagram. You can see all at a glance .

Compatible with all carrier networks!

Real-time monitoring,history.

Green App: no consumption data, no GPS, no ads

Apple Watch support.

Calendars 5 – Event and Task Manager with Google Calendar Sync

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Calendars 5 is complete re-imagining of what the best mobile calendar experience should be.

Calendars 5 is smart, excels in both tasks and events and runs on any iOS device you might have. It’s the calendar app you have been looking for.

Three things you’ll love about Calendars 5:

  1. Natural Language Input. Just enter “Meet John at Starbucks on Sunday” and Calendars 5 will create the event for you.
  2. Task Manager. Easy to use task manager that has everything you need to organize, track and complete your to-dos.
  3. First-class iPad calendar. The first smart calendar for the iPad. Its large screen is great for managing your daily schedule and enables richer interaction with your calendar.

Photo Flashback: Photos Taken on This Day, with Watch app and Today Widget

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A simple app that shows all the photos on your iPhone, iPad and your iCloud Photo Library that were taken on this day throughout the years.

– Notifications for when you have Flashback photos
– Notification Center Today widget
– Apple Watch app, Glance and custom Notification
– Favorite or delete a photo from within the app
– Include or exclude this year’s photos
– Share a photo using the build-in system share sheet
– Your privacy is important, especially regarding your photos. All of the functionality of the app is done locally on your device, even notifications. When downloading a photo from iCloud, the app asks iOS to do it. Sharing is done only when the user chooses to do it.

Paranormal Agency: The Ghosts of Wayne Mansion HD (Full)

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Put your supernatural powers to the test in this spine-chilling sequel to the popular seek-and-find adventure Paranormal Agency!
An old mansion on the outskirts of a peaceful village is reported to be haunted by evil spirits. Some folks say they’ve heard screams and moans. Others have spotted shadowy figures on the grounds. The townspeople are freaked out, and now the mayor has invited you, an experienced ghost hunter, to investigate the strange and somewhat suspicious events at Wayne Manor. Search every corner of the spooky estate, pick up useful items and solve tricky puzzles to determine if this is someone’s wicked hoax … or a real ghost story!

  • Nearly 100 absorbing scenes to explore
  • 12 puzzling mini-games to master
  • 20 desirable achievements to earn
  • Two gameplay modes: casual and expert
  • Game Center Support
  • New iPad Retina Display Support

Paint My Wings

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Paint My Wings is a fun and easy way for your kids to paint beautiful butterflies! Simply choose a color and start drawing on one wing to make the identical pattern appear on the opposite side.

Three different butterflies talks and tells you what colors are chosen – and laughs when you tickle it! When you’ve finished painting, take a snapshot of the butterfly to save a picture of it on your device!

Kokou Adzo

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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