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Apps That
Went Free on
2019-04-17

Line up colorful bars, stick to a budget, and track the tide with today’s collection of apps and games.

Swift Tides
iPhone
Swift Tides

Swift Tides

Todd Williams

Track the tide with Swift Tides.

Those who live or work near the shore.

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

Swift Tides provides a beautifully simple way to check tide levels. You’re able to search for your location by name or zip code, and the app will display the tide levels for the next five days. Swift Tides supports multiple locations, allowing you to monitor your favorite spots. Data is provided by NOAA.

Your job, hobby, or vacation depends upon the tides.

You don’t live in the U.S.

monthly - easy personal budget
iPhone
iPad
monthly - easy personal budget

monthly - easy personal budget

Marek Ekes

Record income and expenses in a flash with Monthly.

Those who need to stay on a budget.

FREE ($1.99) For a limited time FREE ($1.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Monthly is a no-frills budgeting app that gets the job done. Simply choose the type of transaction and swipe down to add it. You’re able to name the transaction and enter the amount before recording. Both income and expense totals are clearly displayed at the top along with your account total at the bottom. Swipe across the top of the screen to toggle between months. The app includes support for eight currencies, 17 languages, and a pin code.

You want an easy way to stick to your budget.

You want more bells in whistles like transaction tags, charts, data syncing, etc.

Open Bar!
iPhone
iPad
Open Bar!

Open Bar!

Gingear Studio Inc

Drag and drop colorful bars into place in order to line them up in Open Bar.

Casual puzzle game fans.

$2.99 $2.99
Why we picked this?

Open Bar will provide you with instant gratification. The moment you launch the app you’ll begin to appreciate its slick design and animations. The basic idea of the game is to drag and drop bars onto the board in order to create completed lines of the same color. The bars can be rotated with a tap, and merged when crossed over one another. Each puzzle can be completed in three moves or less, and you’re able to use a hint at any time in case you get stuck.

You’re into indie puzzle games.

You prefer competitive elements. It doesn’t get more relaxing than this.