Take control of your PDF files with Darsoft’s powerful business app, PDF PROvider. We also have a mysterious math game for your kids, and an app that will help you avoid parking tickets.

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iPhone:

Durak ($2.99 → Free, 39.3 MB): If you’ve never played Durak before, now’s the time to try.

I don’t have enough space here to explain how this unique card game works, but let’s just say it requires good offensive and defensive strategies and a little luck. The game includes a full tutorial anyway, so what are you waiting for? It also includes a single player mode, local and online multiplayer, three difficulty settings, customizable cards, and online chat.

Durak is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 941 ratings.

Parkbud – Parking & Travel Guide ($1.99 → Free, 33.9 MB): Never again forget to add money to your parking meter with this handy utility app.

Set the timer and then choose when you want to be notified that your parking meter is about to expire. When it’s time to fill your meter, the app’s main screen will display all of the necessary information in an easy to read format. The app also includes a built-in flashlight and compass, local search and directions, and the ability to attach photos and notes.

Parkbud – Parking & Travel Guide is available for free today only (11/15). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 145 ratings.

Universal:

Wee Kids Shapes ($1.99 → Free, 37.3 MB): A brightly colored collection of geometry-based activities.

Your child can work on their shape recognition, memory, and construction skills through seven fun activities. Each activity is loaded with colorful objects and wacky sounds, helping keep your child engaged.

Wee Kids Shapes is available for free today only (11/15). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.

Clay Hunt ($0.99 → Free, 12.3 MB): Blast clay targets out of the sky on your down time with this simulation game.

Grab your shotgun and head out to the target range. You’re able to aim with one finger and tap to shoot with the other. Keep in mind, however, that the moment you touch the screen a clay target will take to the sky, so make sure you’re prepared. You’re able to practice your shotgun handling skills in in the tutorial mode, and then work your way through the three classic mode levels. An arcade mode is available as well, allowing you to utilize power-ups and weapon upgrades. The game also includes three shotguns, iCloud support, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Clay Hunt is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 990 ratings.

Tap Times Tables – Multiplication Fun with Math Numbers and Arithmetic ($2.99 → Free, 35.4 MB): An educational game that will help your young child work on their multiplication skills.

Your child is presented with a math problem, and they must tap on the correct answer to move on to the next. The game includes a mastery mode that allows your child to focus on mastering specific times tables, a calculator mode, support for multiple users, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Tap Times Tables – Multiplication Fun with Math Numbers and Arithmetic is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 92 ratings.

Now Then – Time Tracker and Timesheet Assistant ($1.99 → Free, 3.2 MB): Record and analyze your time spend on various tasks with this helpful productivity app.

You’re able to add as many different tasks as you want to track and activate them whenever necessary. When adding an activity you’re able to title it, determine its position in the hierarchy, give it a short name, and choose a color. Then when you need to track your time spent, just tap the play button. You’re able to edit and comment on each task’s recorded event. You’re also able to view your time spent on tasks in chart form and any upcoming tasks. The app includes iCloud support, data filters, and the ability to generate and share reports.

Now Then – Time Tracker and Timesheet Assistant is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 8 ratings.

Little Fox Music Box – Kids songs – Sing along ($2.99 → Free, 273.9 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 (11/15). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1136 ratings.

Hi Music: True or False ($0.99 → Free, 5.1 MB): Find out how well you know your music with this game of true or false.

Each round presents you with a series of true or false questions, and you have 20 seconds to answer correctly. Questions can be anything from music theory to gossip. If you guess incorrectly you’ll lose a life, but you will get to see the correct answer and move on to the next question. The game includes hundreds of questions, and optional hints.

Hi Music: True or False is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.

Legendary Wars HD ($0.99 → Free, 209.0 MB): Take command of your heroes and build up massive armies to destroy the undead forces of the Netherworld in this genre-mashing strategy game.

It includes six lands with over 70 levels each, the ability to upgrade your heroes in a variety of ways, multiple modes, and leaderboards and achievements via Game Center.

Legendary Wars HD is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 4025 ratings.

Bindle – PDF Maker from Photos, Images, Pictures ($0.99 → Free, 11.8 MB): Craft photo albums and books and share them as PDFs with this business app.

You must first decide if you want your photos displayed in a square or vertical format. You can then add photos from your library, download them from social sharing sites, or snap new ones in-app. Photos can include three different types of captions, and they can be cropped to focus on different areas. When you’re finished, convert your work into a PDF and share it via Dropbox, iBooks, Evernote, or email.

Bindle – PDF Maker from Photos, Images, Pictures is available for free today only (11/15). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 43 ratings.

iPad:

PDF PROvider ($6.99 → Free, 38.7 MB): Show those PDFs who’s boss with this powerful business app.

You’re able to view, convert, merge, edit, and manage all of your PDFs while on the go with ease. You can also turn almost anything into a PDF with a single tap, including photos, clipboard text, web pages, maps, contacts, and Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. Attach notes, highlight text, insert stamps, and draw right on top of your PDFs before sharing them via email or Dropbox. The app also includes the ability to manage files with folders, and import files via iTunes File Sharing, Box.net, Dropbox, and Mobile Safari.

PDF PROvider is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1168 ratings.

Mystery Math Museum ($2.99 → Free, 371.7 MB): Your child must help a friendly ghost rescue the dragonflies hidden in Mystery Math Museum in this educational game.

To help the ghost get from room to room, your child will need to collect numbers and build equations to solve problems. Along the way they’ll earn talking portraits to add to their gallery. The portraits have different stories to tell through colorful characters. The game includes eight themed museums, support for multiple user accounts, bonus challenges and unique rewards, and customizable skills.

Mystery Math Museum is available for free today only (11/15). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 11 ratings.

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