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Today’s Apps Gone Free: The Dog Ate It, Letters from Nowhere 2, Tabata and More

Become a better student, travel to Nowhere, and get fit with today’s collection of apps and games.

All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless of stated free duration. Price changes are solely under the control of the developers.

iPhone:

Tabata! Daily 4-Minute Workouts ($1.99 → Free, 13.0 MB): All it takes is four minutes a day to stay fit with this fitness app. It’s ideal for those who want to shed a few pounds without committing a lot of time to it.

Tabata! doesn’t take itself too seriously, but you will get a serious workout. You’re provided with a different set of exercises each day. Your chosen exercises are laid out in list form, and you can review them to ensure you know how to properly perform them before staring the workout. Then follow along with the instructor as you perform each exercise for 20 seconds with 10 second breaks. None of the exercises require equipment, so you can perform them anytime, anywhere. The app also includes the ability to adjust the amount of sets for exercises, and all kinds of achievements to earn.

Tabata! Daily 4-Minute Workouts is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 132 ratings.

Letters from Nowhere® 2 (Full) ($4.99 → Free, 140.9 MB): Travel to Nowhere and try to lift a family curse in this hidden objects adventure game. It’s ideal for adventure game fans who enjoy going on the hunt for clues.

Having discovered that her husband is a descendant of a cursed family doomed to death, Audrey must confront the evil that haunts him and stop a series of grisly murders. You must help her by searching for objects and clues in 50 scenes and 11 adventurous settings. You’re also able to utilize four search powers in case you get stuck. The game includes 11 mini-games, two bonus modes, and achievements via Game Center.

Letters from Nowhere® 2 (Full) is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 158 ratings.

Student Planner – The Dog Ate It – School Homework Tracker ($1.99 → Free, 3.6 MB): Get organized and plan your school day with The Dog Ate It. It’s designed for the modern student.

The Dog Ate It will help you become a better student this year. For each class on your schedule you’re able to track the start time, books needed, credits, and grades. By enabling grade tracking, you’re able to see what grade is needed on each assignment to achieve your desired results for the class. The full calendar provides a weekly or monthly view of what’s coming up. The app also includes passcode protection, unlimited color schemes, the ability to share assignments, and the ability to badge the icon with the number of incomplete assignments.

Student Planner – The Dog Ate It – School Homework Tracker is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.

Universal:

Flewn ($2.99 → Free, 230.1 MB): Go on a surreal journey with this artfully crafted storybook. It’s a tale that can be enjoyed by the entire family.

Flewn is simply breathtaking. It follows an old whale who is walking on stilts through a desert in search of a lost ocean. The story is told through beautifully illustrated and animated scenes complemented by rhyming couplets. You’re also able to experience the story from the perspective of a flying frog who needs to eat bugs to keep her energy level up.

Flewn is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 61 ratings.

iPad:

Letters from Nowhere® 2 HD (Full) ($6.99 → Free, 181.7 MB): Travel to Nowhere and try to lift a family curse in this hidden objects adventure game. It’s ideal for adventure game fans who enjoy going on the hunt for clues.

Having discovered that her husband is a descendant of a cursed family doomed to death, Audrey must confront the evil that haunts him and stop a series of grisly murders. You must help her by searching for objects and clues in 50 scenes and 11 adventurous settings. You’re also able to utilize four search powers in case you get stuck. The game includes 11 mini-games, two bonus modes, and achievements via Game Center.

Letters from Nowhere® 2 HD (Full) is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 920 ratings.

Audio Notebook: All-Day Sound Recorder, Widescreen Notepad, and Color Coded Note Organizer ($4.99 → Free, 4.7 MB): This note taking app will help you stay on top of all of your classes and meetings with only your iPad. It’s ideal for students and business professionals who have trouble keeping up with discussions while taking notes.

Audio Notebook is able to capture a whole day’s worth of audio while you take thorough notes. When creating a new note, you’re able to title and color code it. Then tap record and start typing. The app features a large, legible font and automatic spellcheck, making it supremely easy to blast out notes. You’re also able to take notes in portrait or landscape orientation. When playing back audio, you’re able to seek and choose various speeds. The app includes unlimited audio recording, customizable categories, the ability to filter notes, and the ability to share notes and recordings via email.

Audio Notebook: All-Day Sound Recorder, Widescreen Notepad, and Color Coded Note Organizer is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 89 ratings.

Dream-X ($3.99 → Free, 23.2 MB): Map your mind with this powerful productivity app. It’s the perfect app for helping you visualize your thoughts.

No matter how big or small the idea, Dream-X will help you realize it in visual form. You’re able to choose from two different themes and then get right to your mind mapping. Start off with a single idea and then branch out from there. You’re able to create new branches by selecting the idea you want them to branch off from and then tapping and holding on a spot on the screen. Each branched off idea can be color coded, include photo and message, include a task or subtask, and sport an icon. You’re able to freely rearrange your ideas just by dragging them around the canvas. You’re also able to export your mind maps and share them via email. The app includes tutorial videos and samples to help you get started.

Dream-X is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 48 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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