It successfully combines a slick gesture-driven calendar with weather data. Just tap on an event to view its details and see what the weather will be like. Weather for all of your events can be viewed up to 14 days out. Pull down on the menu bar to get a peek at the calendar, and swipe left and right to change the month. The app also includes natural language event creation, a night mode, imperial and metric support, notifications, and all kinds of calendar customization options.
Horizon Calendar is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 181 ratings.
War of Eclipse is unabashedly retro. Its pixel art graphics are sharp and its gameplay brutally difficult. You’re able to choose from seven powerful battleships, each of which can be customized in a variety of ways. Blast away all kinds of alien invaders by perfectly timing your shots. The game includes 35 enemy types to take on, random equipment drops, and seven different endings to discover.
War of Eclipse is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 472 ratings.
When creating a task you’re able to title it, add an alert, and assign a color. To add a sub-task, just drag and drop it to the end of another task’s row. Tasks can also be rearranged, completed, and deleted via gestures. If you sign up for a free Getodo account, you can sync tasks and manage them from your computer.
Getodo – Easy to-do and task list is available for free today only (03/10). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 141 ratings.
Do you hate vertical photos and videos? We do too, which is why we love Horizon. No matter which way you hold your iDevice, it will capture what you’re seeing horizontally. Horizon auto-levels your live feed by utilizing your iDevice’s gyroscope, so all you have to do is point and shoot. It’s able to record video in regular or slow motion and capture photos. It also now includes a handful of filters to utilize, various aspect ratios, and lossless zoom.
Horizon – Horizontal Video Photo Recorder with 2K Resolution, Slow Motion, Filters, Sharing, Tilt to Zoom is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 246 ratings.
You’re able to browse through the knots by category or search for something specific. Each knot includes a difficulty rating, a description, and step-by-step instructions accompanied by 3-D animations. You’re able to share knots via Facebook or Twitter, and leave a comment and a rating. The app also includes the ability to favorite knots and adjust the animation speed.
How to Tie Knots 3D is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 2031 ratings.
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