All included exercises can be performed anywhere, at anytime since Quick Fit doesn’t require any equipment. The seven minute workout requires you to perform a total of 12 exercises for 30 seconds. You are allowed a 10 second break in between each exercise. Each exercise is accompanied by a video, and you’re able to listen for audio cues so you can focus on the task at hand. You’re also able to track your body weight and workouts to see how far you’ve come.
Quick Fit – 7 Minute Workout, High Intensity Interval Training, Full Body, Yoga, and Abs is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 252 ratings.
It’s time to stop searching for that perfect PDF manager because you’ve finally found it. PDF Box allows you to import PDFs from other apps using the “Open In…” function, transfer them from your computer, or download them from Dropbox. Once inside, you’re able to organize your PDFs within separate boxes. While viewing PDFs you’re able to draw freely over the top, apply stamps and attach stickies, and highlight, strikethrough, and underline text. PDF Box also includes the ability to search text, create bookmarks, and even save annotations for later use.
PDF Box 2.0 is available for free today only (09/03). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 78 ratings.
Its simple gesture-based UI allows you to quickly set and interact with your alarms. All you have to do is spin the dial to set and swipe down to customize. You’re able to personalize your alarms with 12 exclusive sounds, and set recurring alarms for any day of the week. When it’s time to get up, you can have the app require you to slap or shake to snooze, flip to disable, or swipe to snooze or disable. The app also includes progressive alarm sounds that gradually get louder, the ability to set your alarm with your voice, landscape orientation support, and three levels of shake difficulty.
Wake Alarm Clock is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 868 ratings.
RPSwipe feels familiar yet totally unique. The idea of the game is to swipe in any direction in order to make the blue tiles overtake the red ones. That’s the only way you can score. Basic rock, paper, scissors rules apply, but there are a couple of twists. Tiles have “Tile Power” attached to them, which makes overtaking tiles a little more difficult since blue tiles must have equal or higher power to overtake red. You can combine blue tiles of the same type in order to increase their power. The game includes a full tutorial, so don’t worry if this all doesn’t quite make sense to you. It also includes single and local multiplayer modes.
RPSwipe is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 10 ratings.
Match a Number’s objective may be simple, but achieving it can be downright difficult. You must drag your finger over the top of numbered tiles in order to achieve a target value. Blue tiles represent addition. Red tiles represent subtraction. Yellow tiles represent multiplication. The order in which you drag your finger over the tiles represents the order of operation, further complicating matters. The game includes a variety of modes including timed and multiplayer, and multiple levels of difficulty.
Match a Number is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 8 ratings.
If you are a developer who would like to get your app included in our “Apps Gone Free” daily lists, here’s our basic set of rules:
- It must have at least a three-star average rating at the time it goes free.
- The app must not have been free numerous times (3+) over the last six months.
- The free version of your app must not include ads.
To submit an app, simply send a request to email@example.com with the subject “Apps Gone Free.” Please include the name of the app, a link to it in the App Store, when and for how long you intend to offer the app for free, and anything else you would like to share. We will take it from there.