Help a cute little blob recover his stolen pants in Flexile Studio’s fantastic platform game, Wimp: Who Stole My Pants? We also have a no-nonsense camera app, and a journaling app that records your life for you.

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iPhone:

Scout Camera ($0.99 → Free, 2.8 MB): This no-nonsense camera app allows you to focus on taking great photos. You’re able to apply 12 different filters and four crop ratios to your live camera feed. You can also control focus and exposure independently, and attach geolocation information. Photos can also include EXIF information, and they can be shared via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or email.

Scout Camera is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 9 ratings.

Evi ($0.99 → Free, 4.0 MB): Say hello to Evi, your new personal assistant. Just speak to Evi and she will return results in a flash. You can ask her a whole bunch of different questions, like where to get a slice of pizza or what the weather will be like today, or you can command her to perform tasks, like dial your parents or create a text message. The app also allows you to enter text instead of speaking, and includes a built-in browser.

Evi is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3-star rating with a total of 2902 ratings.

Dayplus (Journal – Diary) ($0.99 → Free, 6.0 MB): An app that journals your life for you. It automatically collects and combines places, photos, songs, notes, tweets, and Facebook posts into your personal timeline. This way you’ll always know what happened during each day of your life. The app also includes the ability to share a summary of your day, search, stats, password protection, and the ability to manually edit anything that was added to your timeline.

Dayplus (Journal – Diary) is available for free today only (11/03). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.

Universal:

Video Time Machine ($2.99 → Free, 3.4 MB): This slick little app taps into YouTube Time Machine’s database of over 10,000 new and old TV, music, advertisement, movie trailer, video game, and sports videos, and allows you to watch them whenever you please as long as you have an internet connection. Just spin the dials on the right side of the screen to choose a year and category, and a video will pop right up. Videos can be played over Wi-Fi or 3G, and they can even be sent over to your Apple TV via AirPlay.

Video Time Machine is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 229 ratings.

Tiny Toy Chest ($0.99 → Free, 23.5 MB): A physics-based puzzle game that requires you to get all of your toys back into the toy chest as fast as possible. You’re only allowed to drag and drop toys from the top portion of the screen, so you’ll have to manipulate the environment below in order to successfully get them into the toy chest. The game includes 30 levels, and a playroom mode that allows you to build structures out of the toys.

Tiny Toy Chest is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 146 ratings.

Wimp: Who Stole My Pants? ($0.99 → Free, 43.7 MB): Help a cute little blob named Wimp recover his stolen pants in this fantastic puzzle-platformer. Make your way through each level by jumping over obstacles, sticking to walls, and bursting through teleporters. Grab all three rolls of toilet paper in each level to earn a perfect rating. The game includes 50 levels, gorgeous environments, fun physics-based gameplay, iCloud support, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Wimp: Who Stole My Pants? is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 98 ratings.

eDrops Classic ($0.99 → Free, 26.1 MB): A music app that allows you to use gravity to compose orchestral compositions. Drag and drop black circles onto the board in order to redirect the falling white circle. When the white circle hits one of your black circles, it will generate the sound you have chosen. Keep placing black circles and modifiers all over the screen to create powerful orchestral compositions.

eDrops Classic is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 20 ratings.

Little Fox Music Box – Kids songs – Sing along ($2.99 → Free, 174.0 MB): An absolutely gorgeous interactive sing-along songbook. The app includes three popular children’s songs: London Bridge, Evening Song, and Old Mac Donald. Each song features its own interactive and animated scene, and lyrics to follow along with. The app also includes a karaoke mode, a music studio mode where you can create your own tunes, and more than 100 interactive elements and sounds.

Little Fox Music Box – Kids songs – Sing along is available for free today only (11/03). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 829 ratings.

Alone in the Gloom ($0.99 → Free, 16.5 MB): An entertaining puzzle game that will help you improve your visual memory. The goal of the game is to make your way through the darkness to the exit without running into any of the walls. Try to gather all of the stars on your way to the exit to earn a perfect rating. The game includes five chapters, 75 levels, two control schemes, and leaderobards via Game Center.

Alone in the Gloom is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 136 ratings.

Snugly ABC Flip Flap – Children’s Book ($0.99 → Free, 13.8 MB): This educational mix and match app will help expand your child’s vocabulary. Just slide the three different pieces to create new adorable character combinations. A narrator will also speak each associated word. The app includes a random mode, and a total of 17,000 combinations.

Snugly ABC Flip Flap – Children’s Book is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 6 ratings.

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