Today's Apps Gone Free: Monster Soup, Road Bike Pro Cycling Computer, Even Monsters Get Sick And More

The critters of the soup system are under attack and you're the only one that can save them in the Kieffer Brothers' unique matching game, Monster Soup. We also have an app for tracking your cycling performance, and a highly interactive storybook.

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iPhone:

Faraday ($0.99 → Free, 1.3 MB): A productivity app that will help you prepare for your entire day in seconds. The app's interface is meant to be simple and clean in order to help you stay on task. Just swipe right to left to block out a 30 minute section of your day. You can then add text to the blocked out section if you want, and you can customize it with one of 12 colors by swiping right to left again.

Faraday is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 7 ratings.

Expired (gone back to paid already):

Monster Soup ($1.99 → Free, 14.2 MB): Help the critters of the soup system defeat the evil Plubert in this unique matching game. The goal is to connect monsters of the same color by dragging your finger over them. You can only connect monsters if you have a clear path, however, so you will need to think strategically. Matching five or more monsters will provide you with a temporary power-up, allowing you to score big points and keep the screen clear of ice. The game includes five types of power-ups, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Monster Soup is available for free today only (07/22). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 300 ratings.

Road Bike Pro Cycling Computer powered by runtastic ($5.99 → Free, 17.9 MB): Track your cycling performance with this health and fitness app by runtastic. It's able to track all of your most critical performance metrics like calories, distance, time, speed, altitude, and pace. It also provides you with real-time map data, voice feedback, and even the local weather. The app includes history, automatic pause detection, and the ability to share your results via your favorite social networks.

Road Bike Pro Cycling Computer powered by runtastic is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 2453 ratings.

Romantic music 2 Exclusive Collections J.uz ($0.99 → Free, 261.1 MB): A collection of romantic music composed by Jakhongir.Uz. The app includes a total of 30 tracks that will help you set the mood. A different romantic image appears in the background every time a new track begins. The app also includes a sleep timer and alarm clock.

Romantic music 2 Exclusive Collections J.uz is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 58 ratings.

AcroPlayer (+Remote Voice Clock) ($1.99 → Free, 51.4 MB): This utility app is a music player, alarm clock, and remote voice clock all in one. It allows you to create playlists from non-DRM music in your library, or you can transfer music to the app via your computer's browser. The music player portion includes adjustable playback speed, AB repeat, and scrubbing. The app also includes a bedside alarm clock with a sleep timer, and a voice clock that can be activated via remote control or by tapping and holding on the screen.

AcroPlayer (+Remote Voice Clock) is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 15 ratings.

ProCam ($0.99 → Free, 5.3 MB): A camera app that's meant to look and feel like a real pocket camera. You're able to quickly access the app's seven different shooting modes by spinning the wheel on the right side of the screen. You can further customize your shot with different aspect ratios, alignment grids, resolutions, flash types, and more. The app also includes easy to access digital zoom, geo-tagging, white balance lock, and volume snap.

ProCam is available for free today only (07/22). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 2004 ratings.

Even Monsters Get Sick ($0.99 → Free, 116.0 MB): A highly interactive storybook that tells the tale of a boy and his new pet monster. It features six different mini-games that are intertwined with and progress the story. The app also includes two reading modes, professional narration, full-color illustrations and interactive animations, and a custom soundtrack. There also aren't any ads, in-app purchases, or external links to worry about, so your child can enjoy the story all on their own.

Even Monsters Get Sick is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 99 ratings.

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