Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

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

SMS ++

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This innovative app lets you send your SMS messages using nothing but your voice. Send messages more quickly and easily by speaking rather than typing.

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Richmoji

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Richmoji lets you take your emoji game to the next level. With four different keyboards, including the standard Unicode database, over 1,000 Kaomoji, over 500 Emoji ART symbols, and other funny pics, you’ll be speaking with more than words.

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GifBrowser

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Celebrate your love of GIFs with GifBrowser, a smart app that manages, plays, and allows you to share GIFs on and from your phone. Import GIFs from local albums, a browser, or even your computer.

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Sleep Bug Pro

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As one of the best-rated white noise machines available, this app promises to help you fall asleep fast. With 24 scenes, 83 different sound effects, and more than 300 different sounds, you’ll likely be able to find an ambiance that suits your needs.

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Confer

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This highly rated education app makes it easier for teachers to collect and use student data in the classroom. Transform your classroom note-taking with this temporarily free Confer app.

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Video Downloader for Vine

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For all those vines you want to watch over and over again, get Video Downloader for Vine. This app lets you download the coolest videos from Vine with no limits for you to be able to watch them, save to your Camera Roll, and share to social networks.

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