The goal is to get every last ice block back to “zero-level,” but that’s a lot more difficult than it sounds since pushing raised blacks down will cause adjacent blocks to rise up. It’s a tricky game of cause and effect. Frozen Equilibrium includes 100 levels, a duel mode, and the ability to undo moves.
Frozen Equilibrium is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 162 ratings.
You’re able to guide Milo around the map simply by placing your finger on the ground. Milo will follow it wherever it goes. You must then flick, drag, tap, and pinch your way through puzzles and around dangerous enemies to rescue poor Cody the dog. Along your journey you’ll come across power-ups to give Milo a little boost, and you can collect beetles and pearls that can be spent to upgrade Milo’s abilities. Milo’s first adventure includes around two full hours of gameplay, with more to come in the future.
Milo & Me is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.
It allows you to view true north coordinates, magnetic north coordinates, and the general direction you are heading all on the same screen. If you tap the middle of the screen, you’re able to jump to the compass view. You’re able to switch between the seven different themes by swiping left or right. The app also includes a built-in flashlight.
C++ (Compass++) Digital PRO – Get a great looking compass! is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 13 ratings.
The app allows you to download entire country maps and store them offline so you can access them anytime, anywhere. If you don’t want to download an entire country, simply tap on the map to select a state or province and then zoom in. You’ll be given the option to download only parts of the map. Once you have your destination, you’re able to search for points of interest and bookmark locations to access over and over again. MAPS.ME includes 345 countries and islands, millions of points of interest, the ability to share your location, an auto-follow mode, and the ability to export and import bookmarks.
MAPS.ME — offline maps is available for free today only (08/17). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 82 ratings.
It features a streamlined interface that allows you to get right to it. Just tap on a muscle group and choose an exercise. The app will show you what muscles the exercise focuses on and how to perform it. You’re able to log the weights used, repetitions, date, and notes for each exercise. You can also create custom workout plans and track your progress. The app includes hundreds of exercises, a built-in timer, iCloud support, and the ability to export and save logs. Tons of workout plans are also available via in-app purchase in case you don’t feel like creating your own.
Fitness Point Pro – Workout Exercise Journal & Personal Trainer + Body Tracker is available for free today only (08/17). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 490 ratings.
Swipe across the 3-D globe to make it spin, and tap on a country to select it. A timeline at the bottom of the screen allows you to move through history and see how the world has changed. The app also provides you with related images, events, and articles pulled from Wikipedia.
World History Atlas HD with 3D is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3-star rating with a total of 24 ratings.
Start off by importing a main subject photo from your library, Facebook, Flickr, or the web, or you can take a new one from within the app. You’re able to crop it down and rotate it if necessary. You can then import or take multiple photos to act as textures or filters. Each new layer can be painted on instead of applying it to the entire piece. The app supports unlimited layers, so your only limit is your imagination. The app also includes undo and redo, and the ability to share your creations via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, email, or AirDrop.
Photo Fuze is available for free today only (08/17). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.
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