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Today’s Apps Gone Free: Primo Do, Gloomlogue, Magic Sorter and More

Manage all of life’s tasks, give your photos a gloomy look, and help your child develop cognitive and fine motor skills 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.

Universal:

Genius AdBlocker ($0.99 → Free, 11.5 MB): Get rid of annoying ads and trackers with Genius AdBlocker. It’s for everyone.

Tired of wasting data, speed, and battery life on unwanted content? Then install and enable Genius AdBlocker today. The process is really simple. Just launch the Settings app, tap on Safari, tap on Content Blockers, and then enable Genius AdBlocker. You’ll then be able to browse the web fast and freely. Genius AdBlocker can be customized in order to block not only ads but also tracking scripts, social widgets, images, and scripts. It also includes the ability to whitelist sites.

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

The Lost Ship ($0.99 → Free, 65.6 MB): Embark on your very own treasure hunt in The Lost Ship. It’s for fans of classic point and click adventure games.

Uncle Henry has always enjoyed the thrill of treasure hunting, and that excitement was instilled in you at an early age. Race against time to help Uncle Henry discover a long lost pirate ship that was allegedly blown on to an island shore in the Caribbean waters. To do so you must pick the correct paths, solve puzzles, and search through old structures with just a tap. A built-in hint system will assist you when you’re stuck, and a dynamic map will ensure you won’t simply go running around in circles.

The Lost Ship is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 231 ratings.

Gloomlogue ($0.99 → Free, 5.9 MB): Add a little gloom to your photos with this powerful effects app. It’s for anyone who wants to give their photos a more moody, film-inspired look.

It requires very little effort to transform your photos into illustrated gloom paintings. Just choose a photo from your library or take a new one from within the app. Then drag the gloom slider to adjust the intensity of the effect. After that, you can take your photos to a whole new level by applying filters, text, borders, and distortions. Your creations can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, AirDrop, or email.

Gloomlogue is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 2341 ratings.

Zero+ ($0.99 → Free, 2.4 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 44 ratings.

Primo Do ($1.99 → Free, 16.0 MB): Manage all of life’s tasks with Primo Do. It’ll help create some extra time for yourself.

The app can be as basic or as advanced as you want it to be thanks to its myriad of features. Tasks can include a due date, list, notes, priority, recurrence, reminders, and an unlimited number of tags. You can also organize tasks into folders, and view them in list or calendar form. The app also includes 20 themes to choose from, passcode protection, custom icon badging, and search.

Primo Do is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 56 ratings.

Magic Sorter: learning games for toddlers, babies ($2.99 → Free, 198.8 MB): A collection of 10 educational games meant to help your child develop cognitive and fine motor skills. It’s ideal for children ages one through three.

The 10 included games and activities will teach your child about colors, shapes, sizes, counting, and matching. The vibrant animations and upbeat music will keep them engaged for hours, and the uncluttered interface makes it easy for them to enjoy the app entirely on their own.

Magic Sorter: learning games for toddlers, babies is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 37 ratings.

Merry Cubes HD – 3d cube fruit puzzles to develop fine motor skills ($0.99 → Free, 117.1 MB): A puzzle game designed to help young children develop fine motor skills. It’s ideal for parents with children ages two through seven.

Merry Cubes HD provides a vibrant environment for your child to learn and play in. All they have to do is swipe across the cubes to reveal different sides and rotate two fingers to spin their faces. Once a fruity character has been reconstructed, they will begin to dance and are marked off the list at the bottom of the screen. The game includes six characters, two difficulty levels, and upbeat background music.

Merry Cubes HD – 3d cube fruit puzzles to develop fine motor skills is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 12 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.

Developers:

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  • It must have at least a three-star average rating at the time it goes free.
  • The app must not have been free numerous times (3+) over the last six months.
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