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Today’s Apps Gone Free: Lub Vs Dub, Kid Tripp, Dayli And More

Today’s Apps Gone Free: Lub Vs Dub, Kid Tripp, Dayli And More

April 18, 2014

Grab a friend and enjoy Lub vs Dub, a two-player game with a lot of heart. We also have a brutally difficult platformer, and an app that allows you to see how you’ve changed.

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iPhone:

DailyCost – Simple & Elegant Personal Finance ($1.99 → Free, 7.5 MB): Track your expenses throughout the day with this easy to use and easy on the eyes finance app.

Just pull down on the receipt tape to add an expense. You can then define an amount and pick a category. The amount you entered is accompanied by the category icon on the receipt tape for quick reference. You can also swipe left and right to tear the tape and see your totals from other days. The app includes the ability to reorganize categories, loads of currencies to choose from, passcode protection, and 13 wallpaper options. DailyCost – Simple & Elegant Personal Finance is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 776 ratings.

Dayli - Everyday photo journal and time-lapse creator ($0.99 → Free, 1.7 MB): See how you’ve changed each and every day of the year with Dayli.

Start off by taking your very first photo. You’re able to create guidelines to help ensure you are in the same position in subsequent photos. Then come back each and every day to continue cataloguing your life. Reminders can be set to make sure you take your photo at the same time each day. Once you’ve built up a nice collection, you’re able to create a time-lapse video that can be played back at three different speeds. The app also includes the ability to import and export photos, and the ability to create multiple profiles for other people, creatures, or objects. Dayli - Everyday photo journal and time-lapse creator is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 39 ratings.

Universal:

Jazzy 123 - Learn to Count with Music ($1.99 → Free, 51.5 MB): Learn to count with music with Jazzy 123.

Your child will get to learn all about different musical instruments while working on their counting skills. They’re able to count up to 10 using different musical instruments. They’re also able to play two different games that will put what they’ve learned to the test. A camera mode allows them to take a photo with the musical kittens and share it via Twitter or email. Jazzy 123 - Learn to Count with Music is available for free today only (04/18). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 26 ratings.

Monki Animal Builder ($0.99 → Free, 40.1 MB): Your child can get really creative with this entertainment app.

They’re able to choose a character by cracking one of the six eggs. They’re then able to paint the body of their creatures and start adding parts by pulling them out of packages. Each part is animated, bringing their little creature to life. The app includes more than 30 body parts, over 60 animations, 15 accessories, and 90 audio tracks. Monki Animal Builder is available for free today only (04/18). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 11 ratings.

Lub vs Dub ($0.99 → Free, 18.7 MB): A two-player game with a lot of heart.

Grab a friend and take your places on each side of the screen. Then start running across the central ECG line to collect hearts and race by your opponent. You and your opponent are both able to leap over obstacles and flip to the other side of the line via your own personal controls. You’re also able to gather power-ups to boost ahead of or hinder your opponent. A single-player mode is available so you can work on your technique. The game also includes achievements and leaderboards via Game Center. Lub vs Dub is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 259 ratings.

Kid Tripp ($0.99 → Free, 6.4 MB): A brutally difficult yet wholly rewarding retro-inspired platformer.

Run and jump your way through 8-bit-style environments as quickly and efficiently as possible. Kid Tripp will run on his own, so it's up to you to time his jumps and sprints to avoid the many obstacles. Kid Tripp is also armed with stones, which can be chucked at his enemies with a tap. The game includes four beautifully crafted worlds, 20 levels, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center. Kid Tripp is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 303 ratings.

Fliptastic: Slideshow Maker for Instagram ($0.99 → Free, 59.8 MB): Craft one happy memory from many others with this slideshow maker designed for Instagram.

You’re able to choose up to 100 different photos, which can be pulled from Instagram, your photo library, and your camera roll. You can then edit each photo separately with different filters and captions. Photos can be rearranged as well by tapping and dragging them into place. Finish your slideshow off by adding cool animated transitions and some background music. You’re able to share your final creations via Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram. There’s also a convenient Instagram optimization button, which automatically cuts your slideshow down to the 15 second limit. Fliptastic: Slideshow Maker for Instagram is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 41 ratings.

Spelling Monster ($1.99 → Free, 46.5 MB): Your child gets to practice spelling words through interactive mini-games in Spelling Monster.

You must first choose a shared word list or create your own. You’re able to add as few or as many words as you want as long as they are all 13 letters or less. Your child can then make their way around the colorful world playing different types of mini-games based on the word list you created. The app also includes the ability to share created lists, multiple difficulty settings, upper and lowercase options, and stat tracking. Spelling Monster is available for free today only (04/18). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 13 ratings.

iPad:

100 Cameras in 1 HD ($2.99 → Free, 40.4 MB): The most fun you’ll ever have with a camera app on your iPad.

You’re able to import any photo from your library or take a new one from within the app. You’re then able to apply 100 different effects by swiping left and right or by choosing from a list. Your favorites can be saved for quick access later on. You can apply one of six different frames before sharing your creations via Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, or Instagram. The app also includes achievements and leaderboards via Game Center. 100 Cameras in 1 HD is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1055 ratings.

Imagination Box – colors, shapes, numbers and letters ($2.99 → Free, 128.0 MB): Crack open the Imagination Box and allow your child’s creative side to flourish.

They’re able to pick from 12 different background styles and colors, or they can import a photo from your iPad’s library and use it as a background. They’re able to place 62 different pieces of play dough, including shapes, numbers, and letters, anywhere on the screen just by dragging and dropping them into place. Each piece can be rotated, resized, flipped, and colored however your child wishes. They’re also able to draw freely on the canvas with 10 colorful markers. When your child is done creating, save their masterpiece to your iPad’s library. Imagination Box – colors, shapes, numbers and letters is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 10 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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Mentioned apps

Free
DailyCost – Simple & Elegant Personal Finance
DailyCost – Simple & Elegant Personal Finance
Guopeng Liang
Free
Dayli - Everyday photo journal and time-lapse creator
Dayli - Everyday photo journal and time-lapse creator
Adam Swinden
Free
Jazzy 123 - Learn to Count with Music
Jazzy 123 - Learn to Count with Music
The Melody Book
Free
Monki Animal Builder
Monki Animal Builder
Monkimun SL
Free
Lub vs Dub
Lub vs Dub
Jon McKellan
Free
Kid Tripp
Kid Tripp
Michael Burns
Free
Fliptastic: Slideshow Maker for Instagram
Fliptastic: Slideshow Maker for Instagram
Ting Tze Chuen
Free
Spelling Monster
Spelling Monster
Desire Life Software
Free
100 Cameras in 1 HD
100 Cameras in 1 HD
Stuck In Customs
Free
Imagination Box – colors, shapes, numbers and letters
Imagination Box – colors, shapes, numbers and letters
Sebastian Bachorzewski

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