Another week is drawing to a close and if nothing else, it has been packed full of great paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. The week isn’t over just yet, though, and we want to end things on a high note. Today’s list of paid iOS apps on sale for free includes $40 worth of paid apps, but you won’t pay a cent if you hurry and download them now.
There are also still a few free apps left in yesterday’s post, so be sure to check out that one as well.
These are paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. If you click on a link and see a price listed next to an app instead of the word “get,” it is no longer free. The sale has ended. If you download the app, you will be charged.
No more dots in your calendar! myCal PRO displays what you need to see, your events! myCal PRO is THE BEST replacement for the internal iDevice calendar app!
myCal PRO displays the meetings and appointments you created in the Apple Calendar app. With myCal PRO you can add more calendars *and* set the color you want your events to be displayed in!
For example: add new calendars for Work, Home, and Sports and optionally set the colors to Red, Green and Blue respectively. Simples!
◆◆ NEW: Better Facebook event support. You can now hide declined events! ◆◆
◆◆ Time Zone support! ◆◆
◆◆ Cut, Copy and Paste options!! ◆◆
◆◆ List View!! ◆◆
◆◆ Powerful scrolling week view! ◆◆
◆◆ Invitee support! ◆◆
◆◆ Additional contact dates can appear as events! ◆◆
Create beautiful calendars just like these screenshots!
* Day background colors or images requires an InApp purchase. Event background colors is included, no InApp purchase required.
Check out the feedback we have been getting in the AppStore reviews:
“Best scheduling tool I’ve used so far! Great app and support. Highly recommended!”
“Love this on my iphone4s, ipod4, and ipad. Perfect and easy to read. This is the PERFECT replacement for the useless calendar on the iPhone & iPod. This is what Apple should have used.”
“they added the Week view. I didn’t know I needed it and now it’s my most used view! Thanks guys”
Also myCal PRO has been reviewed at thesmartphoneappreview.com, given a whopping 91% and is ‘Highly recommended’!
Supports iOS4.3 and above, iPhone 3GS/iPod Touch 3rd Gen and better, and all versions of the iPad!
◆ Powerful event repeat options, any number of days weeks, months or years. Second Thursday of every 3rd Month for example!
◆ AirPrint support! 2 finger swipe down the screen on any event view! Print in portrait or landscape, depending on the device orientation!
◆ Support for additional contact dates! see anniversaries etc that have been added to a contact as read only annually repeating events!
◆ Enhanced Month View that displays actual events (all day, multi day and timed)
◆ Enhanced scrolling Week View with horizontal or vertical day layout and the option to display multiple lines for an event
◆ Invitee support, you can now receive and acknowledge invitations, as well as send your own (iCloud and GMail calendars)
◆ Customize the width of the weekend in the Month View to make your working week larger
◆ Enhanced Day View that displays much more detail including title, location, calendar name with hyperlink, reminder, birthday and repeat icons
◆ Supports both Landscape and Portrait, with full screen options for each
◆ Uses the internal calendar as its database, no additional syncing required. Any iCal subscriptions already created will be visible in myCal PRO
Multi day events In the Month and Week Views are drawn across multiple days allowing you to see much more of the detail.
We are constantly working to improve myCal PRO so feel free to drop by the support forum to post questions and suggestions!
Visit http://www.johnhair.com for support, questions and the user guide. Coming soon, a youtube video showing how to make the most of myCal PRO!
Oquonie is a iOS puzzle game for iPad and iPhone created in collaboration with illustrator Rekka Bellum where you must find your way across an intertwined megastructure. You will not be alone, your incarnations will have the help of bizaroid characters speaking an obscure language.
Whatever you do, track your money. Right look on money management.
Our mission is to empower people to take control over their calorie consumption and change people’s lifestyles. This app offers a wide range of features that help people who want to lose or gain weight. We offer a wide range of free features such as calorie budget calculation, food calorie calculation and exercise calculation.
We also offer a premium access feature that lets the user add food or exercise to their daily calorie budget, which help users to keep track of their training and eating habits. This strategy has proven to be one of the most effective ways for people to achieve their weight goals.
Our team over at RedPalmApps.com is confident that you will experience the same life changing results as our previous clients have.
Why is weather always bloated and daunting to understand?
PurpleWeather is a very simple, fast and nice-looking weather application. It shows weather data and forecast with a wonderful iOS-inspired design, but also includes innovative features.
PurpleWeather provides you with:
– the current weather conditions
– a trihourly forecast for the following 24 hours
– a forecast for the following 5 days
– weather alarms in case of rain or snow
– a temperature badge in your Home screen, updated once every two hours
The weather data you find in PurpleWeather is provided by OpenWeatherMap.
I am waiting for your suggestions to improve PurpleWeather. Contact me on Twitter @pweatherapp to provide your feedback and suggest new features!
Don’t be fixed in typical way to take photos!
Don’t hesitate in what you take!
You know what? We have “SKEW”
Being distort can be correct,
Being tilt can be fit,
Being short can be long,
Being adorable can be seperated in your photos.
This app is composed of what becomes the most adorable photo.
Lumen Trails is an omni tracker. It lets you take notes, make lists and keep track of other things in your life, such as time, workouts, expenses, calories, food, weight, sleep or anything else you can think of. Thousands of people use it every day, and they love it because it truly makes a difference in their lives.
“I’ve been using Lumen Trails for 6 months and continue to love it. One of my most sticky and useful apps ever on my phone.” – David D’Souza
The beauty of Lumen Trails is that you can track absolutely anything. There are tons of other apps that allow you to track one or two things, for example, calories and weight. But what if you decide to track something else? Say, how many cigarettes you smoke as you try to quit, your eating habits or even net worth? Lumen Trails is the app for that!
Instead of having one app for your to-do lists, one for tracking expenses, another one for tracking your weight, you can declutter your home screen and just have one app that does it all.
Designed exclusively for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Lumen Trails is incredibly powerful, easy to use, and looks beautiful on the Retina HD Display. It can even backup your data automatically to Google Drive, sync with iCloud, and is fully accessible with Apple VoiceOver in 8 languages. There’s nothing that comes even close to it. And to top it all, your data is not locked on your iPhone. You can export it to Excel or Google Docs!
So what’s truly important to you right now? Your Health? Fitness? Finances? Productivity?
Track it and get things done!
:: Note to iPhone 6 & 6 Plus users
Now you can ask Siri to find information for you and dictate right into Lumen Trails. For example, hold down the Home button and ask Siri: “How many calories are in a chicken sandwich?”. To start dictation, tap the microphone button on your keyboard and just start talking – your words will be turned into text.
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