Today's Apps Gone Free: Prioritask, iMoodJournal, Little Things And More

Organize your daily tasks by priority with Kevin Fox's Prioritask. We also have an app that allows you to document your moods throughout the day, and a colorful seek and find game for your iPad. **We’re currently experiencing server issues that are causing some app ratings not to display properly. We’re hoping to fix this as soon as possible. Sorry for the inconvenience.**

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iPhone:

Meon ($0.99 → Free, 17.7 MB): This puzzle game requires you to light up Meons by moving a light source and utilizing color-changing and reflection tools. The game includes 120 levels, two modes, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Meon is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 946 ratings.

Cake Slayer ($0.99 → Free, 15.9 MB): Frantically slice all kinds of colorful cakes in this arcade game. Cake is launched into the air, and you must slice it into pieces Fruit Ninja-style before it leaves the screen to score points. Slice multiple cakes with a single swipe to create combos and earn bonus points. Just don't hit the dangerous poison bottles! The game includes three modes, power-ups, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Cake Slayer is available for free today only (06/04). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 115 ratings.

Expired (gone back to paid already):

ConvertMe - Currency and Units Conversion Calculator ($1.99 → Free, 4.1 MB): A currency and unit converter that includes 15 conversion categories, 150 currencies, over 330 units of conversion, a built-in calculator, cut and paste support, the ability to add favorites for each category, and two color schemes.

ConvertMe - Currency and Units Conversion Calculator is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 217 ratings.

Prioritask ($2.99 → Free, 653.6 KB): This easy to use productivity app allows you to organize your daily tasks by priority. Tasks are organized into three priority categories: high, medium, and low. Just create a task, title it, and then drag it into the appropriate priority category. That's all it takes. You can create sublists by swiping left to right on a task. The number of tasks in a sublist is shown in the checkmark box. The app also includes customizable priority colors, and custom icon badges.

Prioritask is available for free today only (06/04). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 47 ratings.

SalaryBook - Time sheet - Pay and Time Tracker ($3.99 → Free, 10.5 MB):
An app designed for freelancers, consultants, and professionals who charge for services on an hourly basis and need to keep track of working hours and earnings. The app allows you to define your working days and hours, and automatically calculates how much you have earned. It also includes the ability to add notes, add non-billable time, Dropbox integration, salary and worked time reports, and passcode protection.

SalaryBook - Time sheet - Pay and Time Tracker is available for free today only (06/04). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 173 ratings.

Little Things® ($2.99 → Free, 29.3 MB): An outstanding seek and find game designed exclusively for your iPad. Search through colorful collages built from thousands of little things to find all of the listed items. The app includes randomized items lists, 99 jigsaw pieces to earn, 10 badges to collect, and achievements via Game Center.

Little Things® is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 5216 ratings.

Peakour™ for iPhone/iPod ($0.99 → Free, 128.1 MB): Place bits of junk all over each level to help PeaG reach his target in this unique puzzle game. PeaG runs on his own, but you must drag and drop junk into place so he has a path to follow. Try to collect all of the bottle caps in each level to earn a perfect rating and unlock new content. The game includes four worlds, 100 puzzling levels, a level creator, and achievements to earn.

Peakour™ for iPhone/iPod is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 34 ratings.

Peakour™ HD for iPad ($0.99 → Free, 99.2 MB): Place bits of junk all over each level to help PeaG reach his target in this unique puzzle game. PeaG runs on his own, but you must drag and drop junk into place so he has a path to follow. Try to collect all of the bottle caps in each level to earn a perfect rating and unlock new content. The game includes four worlds, 100 puzzling levels, a level creator, and achievements to earn.

Peakour™ HD for iPad is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 30 ratings.

iMoodJournal — mood journal/diary helping you recognize patterns and triggers of your mental states ($0.99 → Free, 6.6 MB): Discover the causes of your emotional ups and downs with this lifestyle app. Capture your mood multiple times throughout the day, and add hashtags to describe how you feel or what you've done. You can also attach self portrait photos to see how your mood affects your appearance. After enough data has been collected, iMoodJournal will provide you with a summary chart so you can recognize patterns. The app also includes the ability to set reminders, and the ability to share your mood via Facebook.

iMoodJournal — mood journal/diary helping you recognize patterns and triggers of your mental states is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 546 ratings.

That concludes today's issue of Apps Gone Free.  If you like staying on top of these daily deals, don't forget to check out our free AppsGoneFree app. It provides all the deals each day, and even an archive of past deals that are still active.

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