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Today’s Apps Gone Free: Bitless, ReachFast, Snap Clap And More

Challenge your reflexes and your patience in Nicholas Rapp’s cruel platformer, Bitless. We also have an app that allows you to reach your contacts in a snap, and a camera app that allows you to snap with a clap.

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ReachFast - Contacts and Facetime for IOS7 ($1.99 → Free, 5.7 MB): Reach any of your contacts in a snap with this productivity app.

It automatically pulls in all of the information from your Contacts app, so you won't have to manually add them to get started. Then just tap on any contact to call them, double tap to FaceTime them, and swipe left to right to message them. You're also able to create favorites, search for contacts by name, and view recent contacts. The app includes a handful of sorting options, the ability to add new contacts, and the ability to dial out. ReachFast - Contacts and Facetime for IOS7 is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 73 ratings.

AbleConverter ($1.99 → Free, 12.2 MB): Convert almost anything and store your results in the cloud with this productivity app.

AbleConverter is actually two apps in one: unit converter and note taker. You’re able to quickly convert units of almost any kind, including currency, and then save your results as notes. The notes can be synced with your Evernote account as well, allowing them to be freely transferred between numerous devices. The app also includes copy and paste support, passcode protection, favorites, conversion history, and real time currency exchange rates for 34 countries. AbleConverter is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 10 ratings.

Piano Notes Fun - Sight Reading Tutor ($1.99 → Free, 14.7 MB): Practice reading notes anytime, anywhere with this digital piano app.

You can just mash away at the keys at your own pace to see their note and pitch names, or you can challenge yourself with the note quiz game. The app includes a customizable interface that allows you to view color-coded keys and pitch names. It also includes three help modes, a variety of quiz customization options, range selection, and much more. Piano Notes Fun - Sight Reading Tutor is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 14 ratings.


Blocks! ($1.99 → Free, 5.4 MB): If you can dream it up, you can build it with this entertainment app.

It allows you to build block-based structures in an interactive 3-D environment. Choose from 49 block shapes and an endless array of colors, and then just tap where you want them to go. You’re able to have four separate blocks available at all times. When you’re finished building you can save or share your structure, or you can knock it down and start all over. The app also includes the ability to save and load boards, AirPrint support, undo and redo, and a grid view. Blocks! is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3-star rating with a total of 303 ratings.

Bitless ($0.99 → Free, 33.2 MB): This platformer requires precision and patience.

You get to play as a little yellow cyclops block who is trying to evade the Bitless. You’re little block will scoot ahead on its own, but it’s up to you to tap to hop over gaps and obstacles. If you ram into a wall, your block will simply turn around and head the other way. You must use this to your advantage to complete all 50 levels. Oh, and there’s wall jumping. Lots of wall jumping! The game also includes four worlds, three bosses to conquer, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center. Bitless is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 120 ratings.

Snap Clap ($0.99 → Free, 9.6 MB): This camera app allows you to snap with a clap.

It utilizes your iDevice's microphone to pick up that distinct sound your hands make when smashed together, so don't even consider trying to knock or snap your fingers. It just won't work. You're able to set a timer delay so the camera doesn't actually catch your hands clapping. The app also includes a grid option, editing tools, and the ability to share your photos via Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or email. Snap Clap is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 228 ratings.

GarageBand ($4.99 → Free, 582.2 MB): Make your own kind of music with Apple’s GarageBand.

You’re able to choose from a variety of keyboard, drum, and guitar options. Just tap or strum with as few or as many fingers as you like to play each instrument. Record your sessions and arrange them across a timeline to create layers of sound. You’re also able to record vocals and put them over the top of your final track. The app includes more than 250 loops to choose from, the ability to import music from your library, 64-bit support, and the ability to share your creations via Facebook, SoundCloud, YouTube, AirDrop, or email. Additional instruments and sounds are available through in-app purchase. GarageBand is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 15447 ratings.

Sandbox Web Browser ($2.99 → Free, 2.6 MB): A Web browser that allows you to restrict users to a predefined list of allowed websites.

It's perfect for the classroom, kiosks, places of business, and your home. After installing the app, launch your iDevice's Settings app and scroll down until you find Sandbox. This menu will allow you to customize everything from allowed websites and bookmarks to the message that appears for restricted pages. You can also lock the configuration settings with a passcode to prevent changes. Sandbox Web Browser is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 23 ratings.


RabbleBrowser ($2.99 → Free, 17.6 MB): A collaborative Web browser that allows teachers, colleagues, and students to share websites or files with the group.

One person acts as the leader while all other devices on the network with RabbleBrowser installed can follow along. The app features integrated multi-user chat and private chat, so everyone can join in the conversation. It also includes bookmarks, Dropbox integration, AirPrint support, and the ability to share content via Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or email. RabbleBrowser is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 26 ratings.

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