Clip, store, and share images and GIFs from websites with Pickle. We also have an app that allows you to manage your PDF files while on the go, and an interactive storybook starring the adorable Millie.

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iPhone:

Pickle – Smart Clipper (WEB IMAGE, GIF & SCREENSHOT) ($0.99 → Free, 9.0 MB): Clip images and GIFs from any website with this beautifully designed productivity app.

To clip an image or GIF from a website, you’ll first need to launch Pickle. You can then head to Safari and copy the image, GIF, or URL, which will automatically place it into Pickle. If you choose to copy a URL, Pickle will automatically pull every single image and GIFs from the website. You can then arrange your captured content within lists by selecting one and swiping right to left. Swipe left to right over an image or GIF to share or delete it. Pickle includes 10 list colors to choose from, the ability to edit and rearrange lists, and Dropbox support.

Pickle – Smart Clipper (WEB IMAGE, GIF & SCREENSHOT) is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 13 ratings.

Runtastic Mountain Bike PRO GPS Cycling Computer & Tracker ($4.99 → Free, 25.0 MB): Keep track of your mountain bike rides with this health and fitness app.

It’s able to record your trip duration, distance, altitude, and calories burned. If you’re going for a ride in an area with poor cellular coverage, you can choose to download map data ahead of time for offline viewing. The app also includes weather data, Pebble support, voice feedback, automatic pause detection, the ability to take pictures on your route, and the ability to share your journey via Facebook, Twitter, or email.

Runtastic Mountain Bike PRO GPS Cycling Computer & Tracker is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 909 ratings.

Universal:

Narrato Journal ($2.99 → Free, 5.4 MB): A personal journal you’ll actually use.

Narrato helps keep things simple by allowing you to tap into the services you already use. You’re able to automatically populate your LifeStream with photos from your library, Twitter, Instagram, and Foursquare. Then bring that content into your journal, or just use it for inspiration. Each entry can include more than a few words, as you can also attach moods, locations, and steps to add more context. The app also includes passcode protection, reminders, local weather, cloud sync and backup, and the ability to create multiple journals.

Narrato Journal is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 33 ratings.

PDF Master Pro – Fill Forms, Annotate PDF with Professional Reader ($4.99 → Free, 18.6 MB): Manage your PDF files while on the go with this productivity app.

You’re able to import PDF files from Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box, or you can transfer them via iTunes File Sharing. You’re then able to highlight text, fill forms, add text, add stamps, and even draw right on top of your files. PDF files can be shared via email, printed, opened in other apps, or sent right back to the cloud. The app also includes document sorting, password protection, tabbed reading, search, and bookmarks.

PDF Master Pro – Fill Forms, Annotate PDF with Professional Reader is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 333 ratings.

Xtreme Wheels ($1.99 → Free, 77.4 MB): Take a wild ride on a powerful trial bike in this arcade game.

Speed down ramps, across cargo containers, and over makeshift platforms in order to reach the finish line as quickly as possible. You’ll have to try to avoid hazards like gaps, barrels, and explosives to avoid wasting precious time. You’re able to control your rider’s speed via on-screen buttons, and his angle by tilt or touch. The game includes 20 courses, and leaderboards via Game Center.

Xtreme Wheels is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 339 ratings.

Tribal Quest – Master of Elements ($0.99 → Free, 49.4 MB): Go on a Tribal Quest and discover yourself in this distance game.

Race through the dynamic arena by leaping over and rolling under dangerous obstacles. Grab power-ups to aid you in your quest, and collect totems to boost your score. The game includes more than 90 stages, 18 challenges, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Tribal Quest – Master of Elements is available for free today only (10/14). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 393 ratings.

Millie & The Lost Key – Millie Was Here, Book 2 ($1.99 → Free, 398.4 MB): An interactive book that has your child following Millie, the adorable but mischievous dog, on an adventure through a dense jungle in search of the lost key to endless bacon.

The app includes interactivity on every page, so your child should never tire of Millie. It also includes three reading modes, virtual stickers to discover and collect, original music, and professional narration.

Millie & The Lost Key – Millie Was Here, Book 2 is available for free today only (10/14). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 269 ratings.

Millie’s Crazy Dinosaur Adventure – Millie Was Here, Book 3 ($1.99 → Free, 185.8 MB): Millie’s third exciting journey takes her back in time in this interactive storybook app.

Your child gets to join Millie as she heads to a birthday party for a stuffed cat, which turns into an adventure back in time. As your child follows along with the narration, they get to interact with various objects, solve puzzles, look for stickers, play mini-games, and even make plot choices at key moments. The app also includes text highlighting, a bedtime mode, and original music.

Millie’s Crazy Dinosaur Adventure – Millie Was Here, Book 3 is available for free today only (10/14). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 8 ratings.

InstaMail Photos and Videos – Multiple Attachments Manager ($0.99 → Free, 8.3 MB): Share photos and videos via email and other means without any limits with this helpful utility app.

You’re able to select as many photos and videos as you want from your library. Then choose how you want to share them and off they go! You’re also able to adjust the quality and output type of your images if you’d like to reduce their file size. The app also includes six themes to choose from, and an optional in-app purchase that allows you to utilize social networks as your import source.

InstaMail Photos and Videos – Multiple Attachments Manager is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 493 ratings.

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