Wednesday, 21 June 2017

June 21st 2017 Edition

Today's Apps Gone Free


Get buckets of paint to their paint brushes, build a strong morning routine, and track your time spent on activities 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.

iPhone:

Kiwake Alarm Clock – Take back your mornings ($2.99 → Free, 54.6 MB): Stop hitting that snooze button and build a strong morning routine with Kiwake. Those who aren’t morning people.
Kiwake ensures that you will get out of bed in the morning thanks to its three step wakeup process. Start off by creating your alarms for the week. You can create multiple alarms if necessary and have them repeat as often as you like. Kiwake then requires you to pick an object that’s away from your bed and take a picture of it, choose from a handful of mini-games, and create some goals for the day or add a motivational message. When the alarm sounds, you’ll have to return to that object and snap a picture, successfully complete all of the mini-games, and read your goals or message before you can disable it.
Kiwake Alarm Clock – Take back your mornings is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 1547 ratings.

Universal:

Telepaint ($2.99 → Free, 108.2 MB): Get the buckets of paint to their paint brushes in Telepaint. Fans of puzzle games.
Telepaint is rhythmic, messy fun. Little buckets of paint run around the screen on their own. It’s up to you to activate portals in order to guide them around traps, towards keys, and eventually to their paint brush friends. Portals can be activated with a tap, and you can mix and match them as you please. The game includes six worlds, over 100 levels, and movements that are synced with the beat.
Telepaint is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 47 ratings.
Clinical Pattern Recognition: Low back pain ($9.99 → Free, 522.3 MB): Diagnose, assess, and treat lower back pain with Clinical Pattern Recognition. Clinicians and students.
Clinical Pattern Recognition will be your pocket assistant. It provides access to techniques that will help recognize and treat lower back pain. Handy guides and videos detail how to perform physical exams, therapy, exercises, and tests. The app also includes tutorial videos in order to ensure you’re using it correctly.
Clinical Pattern Recognition: Low back pain is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 203 ratings.
BusyBox – Track your time, focus on what matters ($2.99 → Free, 8.5 MB): Keep track of the time spent on all of your activities throughout the day with BusyBox. Everyone from fitness addicts to business professionals.
BusyBox comes highly recommended today thanks to its wide range of uses. Whether you’re looking to track your workouts or time spent on the job, BusyBox will help you get it done. You’re able to create as many different activities as necessary. They can also be color-coded for quick reference. Then when it’s time to start the activity, select it from your list and start the timer. The app will keep a running log of all of the time spent on each activity, and the data can be exported and shared via email.
BusyBox – Track your time, focus on what matters is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 44 ratings.
Tesla Wars – II ($0.99 → Free, 351.0 MB): The followup to the smash hit tower defense game, Tesla Wars. Those who enjoyed the original but want more firepower.
Just like the original, your job is to keep the faceless invaders from reaching your Tesla tower. This time, however, bigger and more powerful weapons are at your disposal including six auxiliary turrets. The main tower still is the most powerful, allowing you to strike down your opponents by tapping and holding your finger on them to send off an electric charge. By completing various goals and ensuring no invader reaches your tower, you’ll be rewarded with cash. The cash can be spent on upgrades and special attacks. The game includes a total of 80 levels, and a survival mode.
Tesla Wars – II is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 66 ratings.