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Apps That
Went Free on
2019-07-10

Develop a musical ear, navigate to a point, and solve complicated puzzles with today’s collection of apps and games.

Anchor Pointer Compass GPS
iPhone
Anchor Pointer Compass GPS

Anchor Pointer Compass GPS

Alexander Deplov

Store GPS locations and find your way back to them with this navigation app.

Adventurers and travelers alike.

FREE ($7.99) For a limited time FREE ($7.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

We really enjoy using Anchor Point because of its simplicity. Just tap the Add Anchor button to pinpoint your location, and attach a name and icon to it. The location will be stored in your personal list where you can also share it with your friends. When you want to make your way back to your anchor point, just follow the compass or view the directions on the built-in map.

You’re frequently in places where maps fail. Parks, rural areas, parking lots, and such.

Maps is cutting it for you.

Tile Rider
iPhone
iPad
Tile Rider

Tile Rider

Pavel Raliuk

Navigate levels while solving puzzles to reach the finish line in Tile Rider.

Fans of casual games.

FREE ($3.99) For a limited time FREE ($3.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Tile Rider provides classic top-down gameplay with loads of puzzle elements. The object of the game is to guide your vehicle through levels littered with switches, enemies, and portals in order to reach the finish line. It’s a bit of a throwback to the App Store’s earlier gaming days since it doesn’t require in-app purchases of any kind or an Internet connection. Just enjoy the ride through 35 levels.

You just want to have fun. No timers or pressure moments here.

You dislike top-down gameplay.

Ear Cat - Music Ear Training
iPhone
iPad
Ear Cat - Music Ear Training

Ear Cat - Music Ear Training

LMuse Limited

Develop a musical ear with Ear Cat.

Aspiring musicians.

$4.99 $4.99
Why we picked this?

Ear Cat will help you achieve a sense of pitch. In each level a note will be played and it’s up to you to identify the sound simply by tapping on its position within the scale. The game includes a total of 80 levels that become progressively more challenging.

You want to develop your sense of sound and you love cats.

You’re not a musician.