[iOS] Get over 20 paid apps for free (August 20, 2012)! [Limited time offer]

There are many apps in the Apple App Store that drop their prices to free everyday. Finding only the best to download is the hard part. I searched through the many freebies and picked out the best apps for you to download. Hand picked and free for a limited time, what could be better!

Featured Freebie

The featured freebie is “The Best” app from today’s pick. If you had one app to download, this would be it!

6 Pack Promise, by Sports Performance Factory LLC, is an interactive ab workout app. Celebrity and pro athlete/trainer Jeff Cavalierre will guide you through the same workouts pro athletes use to get in game shape. There over 100 different ab exercises, with 4 varying levels of difficulty from Basic to Xtreme. There are video demonstrations forevery ab workout and over 56 days of meal plans to pair with the exercises.

iPhone, iPad, and iPod

Note: although some might be compatible with the iPad, not all will be optimized for it

  1. Droplist (Normally $1.99) *
  2. Secret Sender (Normally $1.99)
  3. Sleep Time – Alarm Clock and Sleep Cycle Analysis (Normally $0.99) *
  4. Knockball (Normally $0.99)
  5. Secret Chamber – Hide my Secret Photo & Video folder Lock (Normally $0.99)
  6. Document Manager Pro (Normally $2.99)
  7. Steel Runner (Normally $1.99) *
  8. Bluetooth-U+ (Normally $0.99)
  9. Flash Reader (Normally $1.99) *
  10. Pocket Calculator (Normally $0.99)
  11. Grocery List – Marche (Normally $0.99) *
  12. Photo Slice (Normally $0.99) *
  13. Bluetooth Chat (Normally $0.99)
  14. Gold Crown™ Video Poker (Normally $1.99) *
  15. Instasync (Normally $0.99) *
  16. FastPix (Normally $1.99)
  17. Followers on Pinterest (Normally $1.99) *

iPad Only

  1. MusicTandem (Normally $1.99) *
  2. Photo Slice HD (Normally $0.99) *
  3. Gold Crown™ Video Poker HD (Normally $1.99) *
  4. FastPix (Normally $1.99)

*Honorable Mention: Highly recommended apps that did not make it to be the featured app of the day.

Hurry and download these free apps before they go back to paid. Take note at the time of this post all of the above promotions are live. However, please note some or all of the above apps may only be available for free for a limited time. I have no information regarding when these promotions will end. So jump on these while you can and always double check to make sure you are not paying for a freebie app before downloading. dotTech and its writers are not responsible for accidental purchases due to price changes. Enjoy!

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  1. Brett
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    @fermier:
    Interesting viewpoint. I personally troll the App Store every single night for deals and while I sometimes end up downloading something similar to the “demo version” you are describing, most apps are quite the opposite. They are newbie developers who are trying to get noticed and want to get their app some publicity. I have accumulated nearly 300 legitimate “free for a day” apps on my iPhone over the last year. None of them are demo versions. Some of them have in-app purchases, but only for things that I don’t need (i.e. extras). And yes, some have annoying banners, but I have learned to live with that, given how useful the app is. I actually end up supporting the developer and removing ads with an in-app purchase if their app is awesome.

    To be honest, I personally like the odds of scouring the App Store and ending up with around one useful free app a day.

  2. fermier

    My experience: Perhaps one in 20 is really free. The others are just the demo versions, or have banner advertisements, or require “in-app purchases.” The developers proclaim “free!” in order gain the publicity of being listed. Too, since more than four of five (82%) iTunes apps are for young children, and of that number nearly half (47%) for toddlers, there is a lot of monkey business. The child, wanting – needing! – to gain more levels or powers, is pleased to push the “buy” button; what does it know or care? The parent of course discovers later, but if even a few of them don’t complain the developer still comes out ahead.

  3. Brett
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    @JB:

    @JB: Both apps were verified as free when the article was posted. Unfortunately, we have no control over when app developers decide to return their apps to normal price. Hopefully you can grab them next time! Keep checking back to see if they go free again.