Algebra Touch makes studying algebra engaging and fun. Choose from eight different lesson categories that cover everything from order of operations and prime numbers to exponent product rule and factorization. The animated lessons make it easy to follow along. Just drag to rearrange, tap to simplify, and draw lines to eliminate identical terms. Problems are randomly generated, so you can practice as often as you want. The app also includes the ability to create your own set of problems and sync them across all of your iDevices via iCloud.
Algebra Touch is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1652 ratings.
Audible provides access to an unmatched collection of audio books. You’re able to listen to best sellers like The Martian, Harry Potter, and The Girl on the Train during your commute, working out at the gym, or wherever you are. Audio books can be downloaded to your device for offline listening, or you can stream content over your carrier’s network or Wi-Fi. Audio books can be navigated by chapter, bookmarked, and synced between devices. You’re also able to create clips and share them with friends.
Audible audio books & podcasts is available for free today only (07/25). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 1157224 ratings.
Tuscan Chef has something for everyone. Recipes are broken down into seven different categories: starters, pastas, meats, soups, vegetables, sauces, and desserts. Each recipe includes an estimated total cooking time, ingredient list, serving size, and difficulty rating. You’re able to follow along with the step-by-step text instructions, or you can watch the Alessandro Piccinini, the Tuscan Chef, prepare the dish. If you notice there are ingredients that you don’t have, just add them to your shopping list with a tap. Recipes and shopping lists can be shared via email.
Tuscan Chef – Italian food is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 91 ratings.
What’s the Flick is for the movie fan in you. In each level you’re presented with a hand-drawn set of clues, and it’s up to you to guess the title of the movie using the provided letters. If you find yourself stuck, you can always get a hint, but it will cost you some tickets. The game includes more than 200 levels spanning every movie category including animation, comes, romance, and science fiction.
What’s the Flick is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 113 ratings.
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