Posted by Blake Grundman on June 5th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
It seems like just yesterday indie development studio Camouflaj successfully Kickstarted their freshmen iOS release, République. Since then, not only has the title successfully released its first two chapters, but yesterday it was elevated to the status of Apple’s “Free App of the Week.”
Now, it is worth noting that the actual free portion of the game only consists of the base download, which includes the first chapter, but it should be a great way to give everyone an initial free taste. Each of the additional chapters will be available for $4.99, or a discounted season pass total of $14.99.
Posted by Rob Rich on February 14th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Max Axe has been designated Apple’s App of the Week, and as such it’s had a temporary price drop to zero dollars. So for no money down you can get your hands on all the endless running and axe-tossing little old Max can handle. It also happens to be the game our own Lee Hamlet referred to as “a solid endless runner with a cool aiming system, and for the most part its a fun ride.”
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 25th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Figure is this week’s App Store App of the Week. This means, of course, that we get to toy around with sounds for FREE! Yay! We like free.
In our review, Chris Kirby said, “I’m not a DJ. I don’t pretend to be. I’m also not a musician. All of that said, however, I had one heck of a time with Propellerhead’s Figure app. It’s designed for someone like me – a person who loves to play with sound without it getting all technical and impossible to understand. And yet, I can see where Figure might also prove useful to a veteran performer or DJ. It’s just that versatile.”
Apple has made a couple of changes to their weekly app features that pop up in the Featured tab of the App Store. While “App of the Week” and “Game of the Week” appear to be just rebranded as “Editors’ Choice,” there’s a new feature: the Free Game of the Week. It appears as if Apple is jumping into the kind of promotion that services like FreeAppADay have been doing, but with this being an official Apple promotion, it has the potential to drive massive numbers of downloads.
The first free app that Apple is giving away is Cut the Rope: Experiments for both iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. The game supports iCloud sync between the two versions, so multiple device owners will definitely want to pick up both.
What’s interesting is that it appears that on the initial installation of these apps, it’s not necessary to put in the account password, as the app just automatically downloads. This will make it easier for people to get these free apps. The question remains to be seen how long Apple plans to run these promotions, and if they will only feature paid apps that drop down to free, or if some apps released as free will be featured as well.
6 Wunderkinder’s To-Do List and Task app, Wunderlist, now supports Dropbox. To synch your Dropbox files to Wunderlist, just tap the paperclip icon in the Detail View, select Dropbox, and choose your file. With Wunderlist you can Assign, Comment, and prioritize your Dropbox files and they automatically update across all your systems. You can pick […]