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Today's Best Apps: Unsplurge And Dungeon

Today's Best Apps: Unsplurge And Dungeon

April 12, 2013
The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday.


Unsplurge by Lau Brothers LLC (Free, 7.1 MB): Similar to what has been done for fitness, this finance app motivates you to save money by tracking a lack of splurging in the pursuit of goals rather than spontaneous purchases. As a constructive example, you could resist going out to eat multiple times per week and cook at home, then use the saved money to pay off the outstanding credit card debt. Another option would be to earn a bigger gift for yourself. For example, hold off frequently buying clothing you're tempted on and put aside the money for one or two awesome outfits and a spectacular vacation. So, how does it work? Each time you really desire something but resist, add that item and amount to the list, which happily moves you closer to that bigger and better goal. Not only is it positive to see increasing finances, but there's a community of other "unsplurgers" to give you a virtual pat on the back and examples. The app does require registration of a free account.


Dungeon by Escapisms (Free, 47.6 MB): Enjoy exercising your brain with this retro-style action-puzzler. Now trapped in a dangerous underground prison, your only option of escape is to utilize the weaknesses of the many traps and obstacles. Progressing through each area as quickly as possible will earn you a three-star rating. The game features top-down 2-D graphics, more than 60 levels, four degrees of difficulty, D-pad or tap on location to move control, star rating system, and Game Center achievements. The "ridiculous" difficulty level pack is an additional in-app purchase.

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