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Apps That
Went Free on
2019-07-06

Enjoy a day by the pool with Dr. Panda, turn the pages of The Pink Book of Silly Songs, and discover historical sites with today’s collection of apps and games.

The Pink Book of Silly Songs Full Version
iPad
The Pink Book of Silly Songs Full Version

The Pink Book of Silly Songs Full Version

Steve Cowden

Get your toes tapping with The Pink Book of Silly Songs.

The whole family.

$0.99 $0.99
Why we picked this?

Ernest A.W. Binkman is a librarian who runs a very tight ship. But one day when a new book arrives, his quiet and peaceful world is turned upside. You’re able to enjoy the tale on your own or follow along with the narration. Sliders allow you to control the animation speed on each page. You’re also able to listen to the featured songs separately.

You’re looking for a good time.

You have no sense of humor.

HistoryPointer
iPhone
iPad
HistoryPointer

HistoryPointer

Mobile Geographics

Find historical sites near you with HistoryPointer.

History buffs.

$4.99 $4.99
Why we picked this?

HistoryPointer acts as a portable copy of the National Register of Historic Places. It offers over 100,000 sites, buildings, battlefields, vessels, objects, and historic districts of significance to visit on your next road trip. The points of interest can be viewed on Apple Maps, USGS topographic maps, or NOAA nautical charts.

You’re really into U.S. history.

You don’t reside int he U.S.

Dr. Panda Swimming Pool
iPhone
iPad
Dr. Panda Swimming Pool

Dr. Panda Swimming Pool

Dr. Panda Ltd

Splash and play with baby animals in Dr. Panda’s Swimming Pool.

Children ages two through six.

$3.99 $3.99
Why we picked this?

It’s summertime, and Dr. Panda and his friends are ready for a pool party. Your child is able to prepare the baby animals for their fun in the sun by dressing them up and providing snacks. Then jump into one of the three big pools and play with the dozens of interactive items.

You’re a parent with a young child. They’ll stay entertained with the many activities.

Your child is outside of the age range. They’ll find the activities too simple.