Best app deals of the day! 10 paid iPhone apps on sale for a limited time

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Marc-André Julien
Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale 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. 

IntelliVPN

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Encrypt your Internet data with IntelliVPN, the optimal solution for ensuring security, privacy, and anonymity online.

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Mosaic

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This app is as simple as it is effective. Take notes like never before with flexible page structure, built-in lists, and easy entry management.

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Paratrooper

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Save your life and that of others as you parachute down from the skies — lean your device from side to side to adjust your troopers’ fall and seek a perfect score.

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ThinkInvisible

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This unique trivia game allows you to discover how your imagination works with a series of optical illusions.

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Persistence

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Learn the meaning of perseverance with the Persistence app, the simple and easy goal and habit tracker.

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Calca

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This powerful symbolic calculator will give you answers as you type, solving equations and simplifying complex expressions all in one.

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WOD X-Fit

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If you’re an X-Fit enthusiast, you need this app in your life. Get workouts of the day, learn new vocabulary, and watch videos to perfect your form.

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Mango

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Seamlessly manage your health with Mango, the calorie counter and physical routine tracker. Get in shape, improve your eating habits, or just keep tabs on what you’re doing.

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Spark

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This app hopes to spark a new idea or two, consisting of two decks of inspirational prompts to inspire you to action.

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Know Fast

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Exercise your brain with Know Fast, the app that sends you a short daily video that promises to expand your thought, knowledge, and skills.

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