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Apps That
Went Free on
2021-02-16

Calm your mind and body, measure light, and make squares from squares with today’s collection of apps and games.

kipkam
iPhone
iPad
kipkam

kipkam

SaltyCrackers Co., Ltd.

Calm your body and mind with Kipkam.

Everyone.

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

Kipkam provides a deep breathing exercise that will sooth your spirit in only one minute. During each session a grid of small icons fills the screen. The icons will indicate when you should inhale, hold, and exhale your breath. You’re able to follow along with the metronome and get lost in the background sounds, or you can disable them within settings. The app also includes customizable inhale, hold, and exhale counts.

You find yourself stressed throughout the day. This simple breathing exercise will bring you back down to earth.

You’re always chill.

Isometric Squares - puzzle ²
iPhone
iPad
Isometric Squares - puzzle ²

Isometric Squares - puzzle ²

Wojciech Wysocki

Make squares from squares in Isometric Squares.

Gamers of all ages.

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

Isometric Squares makes it hip to be square. It requires you to move squares around the grid in order to fill it in. Isometric Squares includes both 2D and 3D modes. In 2D mode, it’s easier to fill in the grid since it’s from a top-down perspective. If you’re looking for a greater challenge, play in the isometric 3D mode. You’re able to toggle between the two with a tap. The game includes more than 50 levels and 150 puzzles.

You enjoy casual puzzles. You won’t find any high scores or move counters here.

You’re the competitive type.

Plant Light Meter
iPhone
iPad
Plant Light Meter

Plant Light Meter

Studio Nano Ship, Inc.

Measure light levels with Plant Light Meter.

Those with indoor plants.

$2.99 $2.99
Why we picked this?

Give your indoor plants a fighting chance with Plant Light Meter. Determine a potential location for your new indoor plant and launch Plant Light Meter. Then choose your plant from the list, fill the camera viewfinder with its illuminated leaves, and tap measure. The app will detect how much natural light the leaves are receiving and provide an intensity range. If your plant falls outside of the range, move it to a new location and try again. Plant Light Meter also includes three units of measurement, a southern hemisphere mode, and a window mode.

Your indoor plants are always dying. A lack of light is the second leading cause of death.

You’re utilizing artificial light. This app only measures natural light.