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Apps That
Went Free on
2019-02-03

Build a strong morning routine, race around narrow paths, and calculate how much has been saved by going vegan with today’s collection of apps and games.

Cowculator - Friends, Not Food
iPhone
iPad
Cowculator - Friends, Not Food

Cowculator - Friends, Not Food

Siraprapa Kridakorn

Calculate how much has been saved by going vegan with Cowculator.

Those who live in a vegan lifestyle or plan on going vegan.

FREE ($0.99) For a limited time FREE ($0.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Cowculator can show you just how much water, grain, forest land, CO2 equivalent, and animal lives you have saved by going vegan. Simply enter the day, month, and year you went vegan, and all of the data will instantly update. Tap on a category to view more equivalent data. The app also includes metric support, notifications, and two icons to choose from.

You’re simply curious what going vegan or being vegan can do for the planet.

Veganism doesn’t interest you.

Vertigo Racing
iPhone
iPad
Vertigo Racing

Vertigo Racing

Deep Byte Studios

Race around narrow paths in Vertigo Racing.

Fans of arcade action.

$0.99 $0.99
Why we picked this?

In Vertigo Racing, all you have to do is stay on the road. It’s easier said than done thanks to the narrow winding paths and the ever-present clock ticking away. Make it to each fuel checkpoint to keep the journey going, and unlock new vehicle upgrades by passing milestones. The game includes 10 courses and 10 cars to unlock.

Racing games are your thing.

You prefer simulation games.

Kiwake - Extreme Alarm Clock
iPhone
Kiwake - Extreme Alarm Clock

Kiwake - Extreme Alarm Clock

Kiwake inc

Stop hitting that snooze button and build a strong morning routine with Kiwake.

Those who aren’t morning people.

$7.99 $7.99
Why we picked this?

Kiwake ensures that you will get out of bed in the morning thanks to its three step wakeup process. Start off by creating your alarms for the week. You can create multiple alarms if necessary and have them repeat as often as you like. Kiwake then requires you to pick an object that’s away from your bed and take a picture of it, choose from a handful of mini-games, and create some goals for the day or add a motivational message. When the alarm sounds, you’ll have to return to that object and snap a picture, successfully complete all of the mini-games, and read your goals or message before you can disable it.

You’re always running late because you can’t get out of bed.

You just want a regular alarm clock.