Sunday, 2 November 2014

November 1st Edition

Today’s Great Free Apps: Spite and Malice, Thumbpire, Week Calendar and more

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iPhone & iPad:


Week Calendar ($1.99 → Free, 15.7 MB): See what’s on your schedule for the week with Week Calendar. It’s great for anyone who wants a detailed view of their week.

Week Calendar is a pleasure to use thanks to its intuitive UI. Events can be imported from your favorite calendar services like Exchange, Google, or iCloud, and you’re able to relocate them with just a drag and drop. If you want a closer look at your week, a daily view is available. If you need a larger overview, monthly and yearly overviews are available as well. Events can be searched for and presented in list form. The app also includes the ability to create templates, repeat events, color code events, invite coworkers and friends via email, and badge events.

Week Calendar is available for free today only (10/31). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 4037 ratings.

TunesFlow – Sleek Music Player with Equalizer ($4.99 → Free, 3.7 MB): Enjoy your favorite tunes however you want with this music player featuring a 10-band equalizer. It’s for anyone who wants more control over their music.

TunesFlow’s sleek UI presents your entire library as a flowing work of art. Swipe across the album art to browse through your music by artist, album, or playlist. You’re also able to search for something specific. Give an album a tap to view all of the included songs and playback controls. An equalizer is available with 10 different bands, allowing you to control the way your music sounds. The app looks great in both portrait and landscape orientations as well!

TunesFlow – Sleek Music Player with Equalizer is available for free today only (10/31). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 38 ratings.

Duckie Deck Monsters ($2.99 → Free, 17.4 MB): A fun interactive entertainment app starring a bunch of cuddly monsters. It’s for parents with children who are afraid of the dark.

Duckie Deck Monsters will help your child see there’s nothing to be afraid of when the lights are out. Each monster is hiding in the shadows. Your child must tap on the light to reveal the colorful and cuddly creature that’s ready to play. They can tap on and swipe over the monsters and see what happens. The app also includes upbeat music and sound effects.

Duckie Deck Monsters is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 6 ratings.

AlphaBELCH – A Children’s Book About Burps ($0.99 → Free, 8.9 MB): An educational app that teaches your child the alphabet using colorful illustrations of gassy little critters. It’s for parents who want to give their young child a head start on their ABCs.

Your child will get a kick out of the burping and belching little critters while learning a thing or two. They’re able to swipe through the pages to view colorful illustrations of animals from aardvarks to zebras. A narrator will sound out each letter and each animal to help young readers.

AlphaBELCH – A Children’s Book About Burps is available for free today only (10/31). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 23 ratings.

Thumbpire – The Funny Story Of A Little Monster’s Big Problem ($0.99 → Free, 11.2 MB): An interactive storybook from the million-selling children’s author Stephen White. It’s the perfect children’s storybook for a Halloween night at home.

Thumbpire tells the hilarious story of a little vampire who needs to stop sucking his thumb and the friendly monsters who try to help him break the habit. Your child can follow along with the narration or they can read it all on their own. The 30 colorful pages are filled with fun sound effects and music. The app includes three bonus coloring activities where your child can let their creative side shine.

Thumbpire – The Funny Story Of A Little Monster’s Big Problem is available for free today only (10/31). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 6 ratings.

Spite & Malice ($1.99 → Free, 45.8 MB): This game of cards is full of spite and malice. It’s for anyone who enjoys going head-to-head with friends in turn-based card games.

Unleash your inner demon with the fiendishly fun Spite & Malice. Your goal is to be the first person to play all of the cards from your own pile by placing them on the middle piles in numerical order. Don’t worry about the suits of the cards because in Spite & Malice they don’t mean a thing. Just remember that the best way to beat your opponent is to block them from ever playing their cards. The game includes a single player mode, and online real-time and turn-based multiplayer.

Spite & Malice is available for free today only (10/31). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 3067 ratings.

Week Calendar for iPad ($3.99 → Free, 15.8 MB): See what’s on your schedule for the week with Week Calendar. It’s great for anyone who wants a detailed view of their week.

Week Calendar is a pleasure to use thanks to its intuitive UI. Events can be imported from your favorite calendar services like Exchange, Google, or iCloud, and you’re able to relocate them with just a drag and drop. If you want a closer look at your week, a daily view is available. If you need a larger overview, monthly and yearly overviews are available as well. Events can be searched for and presented in list form. The app also includes the ability to create templates, repeat events, color code events, invite coworkers and friends via email, and badge events.

Week Calendar for iPad is available for free today only (10/31). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 9 ratings.

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