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Today’s Apps Gone Free: Pixomatic, Tonic and DMD vClone

Today’s Apps Gone Free: Pixomatic, Tonic and DMD vClone

App Bargain Bin
November 7, 2018

Cut and mix photos, view chords in AR, and clone objects with today’s collection of apps.

All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless of stated free duration. Price changes are solely under the control of the developers.


Tonic – AR Chord Dictionary ($2.99 → Free, 12.7 MB): View chords on your piano in AR with Tonic. Musicians.

Tonic is the world’s first augmented reality chord dictionary. Simply hold your iPhone or iPad up to your piano’s keys and view over 130 chords in AR. The app includes three octaves to choose from, flat and sharp display modes, and notations for every chord. Tonic works with 88, 76, 61, and 25 key pianos.

Tonic – AR Chord Dictionary is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 122 ratings.

Pixomatic photo editor ($4.99 → Free, 126.3 MB): Cut and mix photos with Pixomatic. Creative types.

Pixomatic’s assortment of professional editing options will allow your imagination to run wild . Its powerful masking tools allow you to easily cut images up and piece them back together. Even tricky images like your furry friends can be cut out with ease. Pixomatic features a vast collection of photo stickers as well to help get you started. Blending, color, exposure, and distorting tools assist in fine-tuning your final image along with a collection of filters and effects.

Pixomatic photo editor is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 4218 ratings.

DMD vClone ($0.99 → Free, 3.6 MB): Clone yourself or something else with this photography app. iPhoneographers.

There’s no need for manual adjustments with DMD vClone. It’s fully automated, allowing for the best possible cloning results. You’ll want to take at least three videos, but you’re able to use up to seven at once. Keep your iDevice as still as possible while recording your videos, and do your best to align their backgrounds and avoid overlapping subjects to get the best possible results. DMD vClone will automatically stitch the videos together to create a single, perfect video. You’re able to share your creations to YouTube or your favorite social media services.

DMD vClone is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 44 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

Tonic - AR Chord Dictionary
Tonic - AR Chord Dictionary
Daniel Kuntz
Pixomatic photo editor
Pixomatic photo editor
DMD vClone
DMD vClone

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