Mon. Sep 25th, 2023

As we kick off a brand new week, we’d like to help you get your smartphones rolling with a slew of apps that just might make your life better, whether it’s a new game or a productivity tool. There are certainly interesting apps that are free! That’s why we have our list of free apps of the week for iOS and Android below.

Appearing twice a week, we ensure that you have no idea what to download from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Instead, we’ve searched both app stores so we can compile a list of paid apps we think you’d be interested in. However, there’s a catch: these normally paid apps are now available for free, albeit only for a while. Discover more below!

Needless to say, you will come across apps that will interest you, but not in terms of price. This is exactly why we work hard to browse the Apple App Store and Google Play Store twice a week, looking for paid apps that are currently available for free. These are all limited-time offers, as it is not clear when developers of said apps will discontinue these offers.

There is nothing worse than a free app, except an app that is paid, useless or contains malware. That’s why we want to responsibly offer apps that have a rating of 3.5 stars or higher. This is very different from our top 5 apps of the week, as the Top 5 apps are normally pre-rated.

Tip: If you come across an interesting app listed here but don’t need it right now, we highly recommend installing it before uninstalling it. When you do this, the app will be saved to your library so you can install it later without having to pay for it, even after the promotion ends.

Android apps are available for free for a limited time

Android apps for productivity and lifestyle

  • Equalizer for professional music players ($1.99): An offline and ad-free music player? Sounds like a good app for your phone, where it supports a whole range of audio formats and has an equalizer to get the most out of your portable music enjoyment.
  • Reminder Pro ($2.99): An app that acts as your second brain and displays reminders so you don’t forget all your important tasks!
  • Pay attention to recognition ($4.49): Do you want to learn new songs quickly? This note detecting and audio speed changing app will help you with that as it converts music into alternative sheet music.
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Android games

  • Cartoon craft ($1.99): The age-old rivalry between orcs and humans continues, with this cute little RTS taking place on your smartphone.
  • Word cage PRO ($1.49): Put the brain to work in this unique word search game with three different modes to choose from, so you have a different experience every time.
  • Pentamon: Monster RPG ($0.99): You should know the drill by now with these games: form a team of monsters, battle to earn experience points, and level up for better skills. Rinse and repeat.
  • Crazy Owls puzzle ($0.99): A variation on the “match three” game, where you do your best to complete each level by matching the same type of owls. You know what they say, birds of a feather…
  • Fall of the Empire ($0.99): A tower defense game set in the timeline of World War II, in which you must do your part to turn the tide against the machinations of the Millennial Reich.

iOS apps are available for free for a limited time

iOS apps for productivity and lifestyle

  • Code drawer ($0.99): Since the pandemic, the world is flooded with QR codes, and this app allows you to generate, manage and share QR codes.
  • Colorify – Photo colorizer ($0.99): Some photos just need some color in them, especially black and white photos. Why not use this handy app to do this?
  • Taplet ($0.49): Do you fancy a mobile web browser with an auto-paste keyboard and text recognition capabilities? This app also supports the Apple Pencil and Touch, allowing you to extract text from any photo and website.
  • Basketball Simple Stats Goalkeeper ($2.99): If your child is very active in basketball and you want to keep track of his/her stats, this app is an ideal place to start. Time to ditch pen and paper!
  • Law Enforcement Guide ($5.99): This is the Georgia edition of the Law Enforcement Guide, where you get access to all of Georgia’s criminal law, criminal procedure, domestic relations and traffic laws.
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iOS games

  • Cartoon craft ($1.99): Humans and orcs continue to duke it out in this utterly adorable small screen RTS.
  • Shock Clock Arcade ($1.99): Jump from one clock to another by tapping the screen. Let’s see how far you can go before your reflexes and sense of timing fail you.
  • Happy truck ($1.99): Your job is quite simple: all you have to do is transport the products you are transporting to their intended destination, all while minimizing the number of items that fall out.
  • Raindrop catcher ($2.99): How fast are your reflexes? Move the bucket as quickly as possible to fill it with falling raindrops!
  • Small shapes ($0.99): This is a game for the little ones, where you can learn shapes and colors by simply matching them.

That’s all for now until this weekend! If you’ve come across something interesting that you’d like to share with us, please leave a comment below!

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