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

Everyone likes Apple’s 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 iOS app deals available from the iOS App Store.

These apps normally cost money and this sale lasts for a limited time. 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. 

Single Origin

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With step-by-step instructions, you’ll be guided to making perfect coffee every time. Within the recipe, once you enter the volume of coffee you’d like to brew, the instructions update to show you the appropriate amount of water to achieve an exact coffee-to-water ratio. In addition, timers are included in every brew method’s instructions to help you get the perfect bloom and pour.

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iOS

System Util

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System Util monitors memory use, network connection status, data use, running background processes, CPU use, and available disk space. With its simple graphs, all information is super easy to understand. It also maintains battery charge. Its internet speed test feature is at your disposal for an accurate speed test of your network.

Available on:

iOS

Fliptastic Pro

Loved by more than 950,000 users, Fliptastic lets you create awesome slideshows that you can share on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, or via email. Turn your amazing photos into engaging flips with photo filters, transitions, and music, all in one app — Fliptastic.

Available on:

iOS

Footpath

Footpath lets you map routes in seconds. Whether you prefer the simplicity of running or riding without a phone, forgot to record a GPS track, or want to plan out your next hike or race, Footpath allows you to map out your routes quicker and easier than ever before, all without GPS.

Available on:

iOS

Orsus

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Orsus is a fast-paced and challenging arcade game, which will take you into the realm of high speeds, elementary particles, and yet to be discovered fundamental interactions. Check your reaction time while trying to set the new world record. Got some free time? Want to challenge your friend? Good luck!

Available on:

iOS

BuyFind

BuyFind promises to be the secure search engine. It’s built for maximum privacy and designed for online shoppers. Taking the power of a search engine and combining it with the flexibility of a shopping app such as Amazon or eBay, BuyFind is the premier option for regaining your security and privacy while you shop online.

Available on:

iOS

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These 30 apps are absolutely essential for Mac lovers

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Spice up your Instagram videos by adding your top tunes to the soundtrack

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How to convert and play FLAC music files on your iPhone or iPad

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Mobile

(Update: deal expired) The Essential Phone is on sale for a bargain price of $224

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End of the Voyage: Amazon stops selling its $200 Kindle

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Tinder wants to help you make friends at school this year with Tinder U

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