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Today’s Apps Gone Free: Overview Calendar, Circle Stop, Splot and More

Get an overview of all of the events in your life, stop on the circles, and save Birdlings from the hungry Blobs with today’s collection of apps and games.

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Work.JOT – Timesheet & Task List Management ($4.99 → Free, 6.2 MB): Track projects and your time spent on them with Work.JOT. It’s the perfect app for independent contractors.

Work.JOT helps you manage every facet of your job because it’s really two apps in one: task manager and time tracker. It allows you to create tasks, set due dates, and even add subtasks. You’re also able to create client and project lists, and track the time spent on them. A dynamic dashboard allows you to get an overview of all of your latest stats. When a job is complete, you’re able to generate and share timesheet reports via email.

Work.JOT – Timesheet & Task List Management is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 10 ratings.


Circle Stop ($1.99 → Free, 35.7 MB): Stop on the circles in Circle Stop. It may not look intimidating at first glance, but this one-button arcade game will truly test your reflexes.

As the spinner goes round and round, tap anywhere on the screen to hit your targets. Not all targets are created equal, however. Some offer multiple hit spots while others will go spinning along with you, so you’ll have your work cut out for you to avoid three strikes. The app offers five themes to choose from, and leaderboards via Game Center to challenge your friends.

Circle Stop is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 187 ratings.

Zero+ ($0.99 → Free, 1.6 MB): Swipe to slide numbered tiles in order to make them all zeroes in Zero. Fans of logic-based puzzle games will thoroughly enjoy this one.

The basic gameplay mechanics in Zero are simple enough. You must slide positive and negative numbered tiles around the board in order to achieve zero. The first few levels consist of just ones and twos, but things get crazy pretty quickly when large numbers and new kinds of modifier tiles enter the mix. Also, keep in mind that tiles won’t stop sliding unless they run into something. The game includes a total of 120 levels.

Zero+ is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 32 ratings.

Forvo Pronunciation ($2.99 → Free, 20.2 MB): Improve your pronunciation with Forvo. It’s for language learners, voice artists, linguists, and those with curios minds.

Forvo allows you to search for pronunciations of words in more than 300 languages. You’re able to listen to pronunciations as often as you like, and save words to help reinforce them. Forvo includes more than four million pronunciations with the ability to compare accents for the same word in the same language. It also includes both female and male voices.

Forvo Pronunciation is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3-star rating with a total of 276 ratings.

Splot ($0.99 → Free, 84.8 MB): Help a little alien save Birdlings from hungry Blobs in Splot. Fans of platformers will enjoy this one.

Splot is a little alien who has crash-landed on a strange planet. The local population of endangered Birdlings is under attack from hungry Blobs. Race against the Blobs and Blob Kings by tapping on either side of the screen to jump and collect the Birdlings. You’re also able to level up and boost your abilities through power-ups. The game includes seven worlds to explore and 56 levels.

Splot is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 25 ratings.

Overview Calendar ($1.99 → Free, 26.7 MB): Get an overview of all of the events in your life with Overview Calendar. It’s great for anyone who is tired of getting lost in a mess of calendar details.

Overview Calendar provides a whole new perspective on the events in your life. The calendar is presented as an infinitely scrollable timeline instead of one big grid. You can swipe up and down to glide right over it. Tap on an event to bring it into full view, where you can attach a location, note, and color. Your events can also be shared on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. List views are available for single days and entire weeks.

Overview Calendar is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 282 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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  • It must have at least a three-star average rating at the time it goes free.
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