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.
Rototo: Space Survival
Sometimes, you just need a retro arcade game to get through the day. With Rototo, you can rotate your shield to protect yourself from incoming hostiles. Compete with your friends to achieve the highest score in this simple, beautiful game.
Pomodoro Time Pro
Need to better manage your time? Use your iPhone to be more productive with Pomodoro Time. It’s a powerful personal productivity tool that lets you create tasks, configure breaks, and track your progress throughout the day, week, or a custom period. It’ll sync across all your Apple devices for the ultimate in productivity.
Sago Mini Babies
Keep your kids entertained for hours with Sago Mini Babies, an app that is as educational as it is entertaining. Boys and girls alike can care for their adorable characters, and the app claims to help children practice empathy and nurturing behavior.
Annotate your map with DrawOnMap, the easiest way to customize and share your cartography skills. With 25 icons, nine colors, and three different sizes, you can truly make any map your own.
The winner of the IGF 2014 Student Showcase, you’ll have tons of fun choosing your train and spotting all the differences as quickly as you can, driving from train station to train station. See which of your friends has the fastest reaction time, as you keep track of high scores in this exciting game.
Have your iPhone help you lose weight with Thinner, the app that will show you in real time how your calorie intake and expenditure helps you achieve your diet goals. Connect it with your Apple Watch for a truly comprehensive experience.
Creating playlists shouldn’t be hard, and it won’t be with Ripple Player. Just select a single song as an origin, and this app will do the rest. It’s like Pandora for your iPhone playlist, and with a random yet coherent set of songs, you’ll always be kept musically satisfied.
Share your files easily with iUSB, an app that lets you share all kinds of files efficiently via Wi-Fi. Share over the Internet or a cable, and sync everything you need across your iOS devices.
If you ever want to torture yourself by comparing your weather with that of others, now you can with Weather Compare. Add as many locales as you want and see them sorted in a beautiful way by different conditions.
We won’t tell you that learning Chinese is easy, but it’s at least easier with Character Flashcards. The app focuses on the 5,000 most frequently used Chinese characters, and features audio files from native speakers to help with your pronunciation. Quiz yourself as you go and learn Chinese with your iPhone.
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