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Apps That
Went Free on
2019-07-02

Time any event, scan documents, and learn to count with music with today’s collection of apps and games.

ScanBee - Scanner & copier
iPhone
iPad
ScanBee - Scanner & copier

ScanBee - Scanner & copier

Claire Reynaud

ScanBee is an easy to use portable scanner.

Anyone who needs to scan and save documents as PDFs.

$2.99 $2.99
Why we picked this?

ScanBee’s interface is clutter-free, making it easy to get the job done quickly. Just tap the “New Scan” button at the bottom of the screen and snap a photo of your document. You’re then able to manually adjust the borders and crop it down. Multiple scans can be included in a single PDF file, and you’re able to share them via email or open them within other apps. Scans can also be stored within ScanBee for later use.

You want a simple portable digital scanner.

You want a full-featured portable digital scanner. Its sharing options are rather limited.

Simple Repeat Timer.
iPhone
Simple Repeat Timer.

Simple Repeat Timer.

abiem LLC

Time any event in your life with Timer.

Athletes, chefs, and anyone else in need of a customizable timer.

$0.99 $0.99
Why we picked this?

Timer is simple, clean, and effective. To set a timer, slide your finger up from the bottom of the screen. Tap to start, tap to stop, or double-tap to reset. After all of the time ticks away, the timer will start all over again. You’re able to add up to two additional timers to track things like sessions and intervals. Frequently used timers can be saved.

You need a customizable, repeatable timer.

You need to time more than a few things. It’s limited to three total timers due to its design.

Jazzy 123 - Count with Music
iPhone
iPad
Jazzy 123 - Count with Music

Jazzy 123 - Count with Music

The Melody Book

Learn to count with music with Jazzy 123.

Parents.

$0.99 $0.99
Why we picked this?

Your child will get to learn all about different musical instruments while working on their counting skills. They’re able to count up to 10 using different musical instruments. They’re also able to play two different games that will put what they’ve learned to the test. A camera mode allows them to take a photo with the musical kittens and share it via Twitter or email.

You have a child the age of five or under.

Your child falls outside of the age range.