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Apps That
Went Free on
2023-03-13

Leap your way through dangerous dungeons, avoid going over your mileage, and find the perfect color with today’s collection of apps and games.

HELLMET
iPhone
iPad
HELLMET

HELLMET

Pronetis

Leap your way through dangerous dungeons in Hellmet.

Competitive gamers.

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

Hellmet is a vertical climber platform adventure game. The goal is to collect as many coins and keys as possible, discover hidden levels, and avoid hazards designed to kill you. Tap your way up through the 40 unique levels.

You’re highly competitive. The game is challenging and will keep pulling you back to try to beat your high school.

You don’t enjoy single tap controls.

Leastimator
iPhone
Leastimator

Leastimator

Hao Liu

Avoid going over your mileage limit with Leastimator.

Anyone with a lease on their vehicle.

FREE ($2.99) For a limited time FREE ($2.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Leastimator helps you track the mileage of your leased car so you don’t have to pay astronomical fees on excess mileage. All you have to do is enter your lease length, start date, mileage allowed, and start tracking. The app will let you know your predicted mileage and update you on your status.

You’re worried about the mileage on your leased car.

You don’t have a lease.

Color Wheel
iPhone
iPad
Color Wheel

Color Wheel

Roman Sevastyanov

Find the perfect color with Color Wheel.

Artists and designers.

$1.99 $1.99
Why we picked this?

No matter the task, Color Wheel will help you find the right color. It includes eight different tools: Digital Color Wheel, Classic Color Wheel, Abstract Color Wheel, Color Picker, Color Mixing, Swatches, Gray Scale, and Golden Ratio. All of the tools include the ability to bookmark your favorite colors and combinations, which can be recalled and sorted in the Color Combinations section of the app.

You love to create.

You prefer to leave designing things and choosing colors up to the professionals.