These attractive apps are currently on sale in the iOS App Store

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Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, though, developers put paid apps on sale or offer them for free for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up while you have the chance. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App Store.

These apps normally cost money and this sale lasts for a limited time only. If you go to the App Store and it says the app costs money, that means the deal has expired and you will be charged. 

Card R

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Business cards may seem a bit antiquated, but this app pulls them into the 21st century. Easily log all your business contacts with this handy dandy tool that lets you save contacts and stay in the loop.

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Gifx

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You need this app because there simply are never too many GIF makers. Create your masterpiece from either photos or videos, and search for your favorite ones, too.

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Werds

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A picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes, you need a few extra to drive the point home. Do just that with this temporarily free app that is the fastest, easiest, and best way to add text, quotes, and phrases to your photos.

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Coyn

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Nothing says adulthood like a firm grasp on your finances, and you’ll feel more grown up than ever with Coyn — the simple, secure, and stylish way to manage your cash balance.

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Search Ace

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This app will let you quickly access your favorite sites, because no one has time to type more than minimally necessary.

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Box And Birdie

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This logic game is a new twist on a classic — push scattered boxes to their marked spots, but be warned — you can only move one at a time.

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Jigsaw Wonder Kittens Puzzle

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What’s better than a jigsaw puzzle for your phone? A kitten jigsaw puzzle for your phone.

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Filllter

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Take your live photos to the next level with Filllter, the app that features 18 high quality filters, allows you to set a live photo as your screensaver, and also supports video export in high quality.

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World Travelpedia

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World traveler? You need this app in your life. With over 300 countries, 3,000 cities, and 150,000 tourist destinations, you’re sure to be in good hands on your next vacation.

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EasyLang Pro

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A number of EasyLang Pro apps are free today, all with the hopes of helping you learn new languages, fast.

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