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Apps That
Went Free on
2020-05-27

Put your mind at ease, share cat stickers, and achieve zero with today’s collection of apps and games.

Aura: Meditation, The Calm App
iPhone
iPad
Aura: Meditation, The Calm App

Aura: Meditation, The Calm App

MD Rejaul Hasan

Go on a spiritual journey with Aura. Today only: Receive two weeks of premium access free of charge! Simply create an account and tap on “Unlock Aura” at the top of the screen. Select the two weeks free offer, and just be sure to cancel your subscription before the promotion is up to avoid being charged.

Those who want to improve their well-being.

FREE ($9.99) For a limited time FREE ($9.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Aura acts as your personal meditation coach. It features guided lessons that will ease you into meditation and help cultivate mindfulness. Lessons range from five to 15 minutes, and are accessible to everyone. Aura includes a music section that can help you achieve peace of mind by listening to everything from soundscapes to musical instruments. You’re also able to create your own custom mixes and save them as presets.

You’ve always been interested in meditation. After the two weeks of free premium access is up, it’s only $4.99 per week after that.

You’re not fond of subscription services.

Kitters! Cat Stickers
iPhone
iPad
Kitters! Cat Stickers

Kitters! Cat Stickers

Will DeLisi

Share furry feline stickers with Kitters.

Chatty types.

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

Cats already rule the internet, and now it’s time for them to rule your conversations. Share cute calico cats, fluffy tabbies, cat toys, cans of cat food, and so much more with your friends and family. Kitters includes 84 stickers in all, and it’s updated frequently with new content.

You love everything cats.

You’re not fond of sharing stickers in Messages.

Zero+
iPhone
iPad
Zero+

Zero+

SaturnBoy, LLC

Swipe to slide numbered tiles in order to make them all zeroes in Zero.

Fans of logic-based puzzle games.

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

The basic gameplay mechanics in Zero are simple enough. You must slide positive and negative numbered tiles around the board in order to achieve zero. The first few levels consist of just ones and twos, but things get crazy pretty quickly when large numbers and new kinds of modifier tiles enter the mix. Also, keep in mind that tiles won’t stop sliding unless they run into something. The game includes a total of 120 levels.

You think math is fun.

You get frustrated easily since you can’t skip levels.