Friday, 2 June 2017

June 2nd 2017 Edition


Today's Apps Gone Free


Learn about routines, experience a world of color, and develop cognitive and fine motor skills with today’s collection of apps and games.
All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless of stated free duration. Price changes are solely under the control of the developers.

Universal:

Easy Spending – Money tracker, Budget Planner ($1.99 → Free, 14.5 MB): Get your finances in order and keep them that way with Easy Spending Expense Tracker. Anyone looking for an easy and effective way to see where their money is going.
Most finance apps are all cluttered up with unnecessary options and data, but not Easy Spending Expense Tracker. The app’s home screen only displays your current account balance and two buttons: Add Income and Add Expense. When adding income or an expense, you simply have to define an amount and choose a category. The amount will automatically be added to or subtracted from your total. You’re able to look back through your transaction history, and create reports from all of the data.
Easy Spending – Money tracker, Budget Planner is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 382 ratings.
Magic Sorter: 10 learning games for toddlers, kids ($2.99 → Free, 205.4 MB): A collection of 10 educational games meant to help your child develop cognitive and fine motor skills. Children ages one through three.
The 10 included games and activities will teach your child about colors, shapes, sizes, counting, and matching. The vibrant animations and upbeat music will keep them engaged for hours, and the uncluttered interface makes it easy for them to enjoy the app entirely on their own.
Magic Sorter: 10 learning games for toddlers, kids is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 38 ratings.
Merry Cubes HD – 3d cube fruit puzzles to develop fine motor skills ($0.99 → Free, 117.1 MB): A puzzle game designed to help young children develop fine motor skills. Parents with children ages two through seven.
Merry Cubes HD provides a vibrant environment for your child to learn and play in. All they have to do is swipe across the cubes to reveal different sides and rotate two fingers to spin their faces. Once a fruity character has been reconstructed, they will begin to dance and are marked off the list at the bottom of the screen. The game includes six characters, two difficulty levels, and upbeat background music.
Merry Cubes HD – 3d cube fruit puzzles to develop fine motor skills is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 12 ratings.
Daniel Tiger’s Day & Night ($2.99 → Free, 511.2 MB): Learn about morning and bedtime routines with Daniel Tiger’s Day and Night. Children ages five and under.
PBS Kids’ Daniel Tiger will help your child practice important daily routines through mini-games. The four morning games will have your child dressing Daniel, helping him set the table for breakfast, brushing his teeth, and choosing a pair of shoes and tying them. The four good night games have them bathing Daniel, brushing his teeth again, putting on his pajamas, and guiding him through a bedtime story. Sing-along songs help make the routines more engaging.
Daniel Tiger’s Day & Night is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 313 ratings.
PirTie ($0.99 → Free, 5.1 MB): Experience a world of color with PirTie. Anyone in need of a relaxing distraction.
PirTie is a color explosion mapped onto a sphere. You’re able to swipe to move the sphere and pinch to zoom in and out. A single tap will change the colors. A double tap will change the pattern. A triple tap will capture a photo. PirTie also supports TV-out.
PirTie is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 8 ratings.