Using the same iOS apps on your device can get pretty boring quickly. And because there’s always a new app being released every day, it’s always a good idea to explore your options to try and look for a new app you might enjoy. But since most apps require payment before you can download them, it can get disappointing, especially if you just want to see what the app is like. Thankfully, the App Store has a few apps on sale for free for a limited time. Here are some of the apps you can check out today:
Air Swipe ($0.99)
Air Swipe is a pretty nifty app that helps you swipe through a web page on your iPhone or iPad device without having to worry about the screen getting smudged with your fingers. It is a useful tool to help you swipe through a recipe while you’re busy cooking something. The way the app works is that it detects your hand color when you hover it over the app’s sensor. It then starts scrolling through the web page, depending on how you want to swipe it.
Bills for iPhone ($0.99)
If you need an app to help you keep up with the bills you need to take care of for the month, Bills for iPhone is the right app for you. You can keep track of the money you need to spend as well as how much you want to spend for the month. The app also allows you to create lists of planned payments and overdue payments that you need to take care of. It also helps you check the bills you’ve already finished paying.
Discover is another music streaming app that you can use to listen to your favorite songs. Through the app, you can browse through millions of songs available on YouTube and search for albums, tracks, and artists. The app also lets you discover new music via the channels, genres, or user playlists.
If you want a continuous feed to display your mobile inbox, Flow is an app you definitely have to check out. With this app, you can review your mail without having to lose your momentum. The best part about the app is that you can mark each mail as read once you have scrolled through it above the mid screen. The app works with Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, Outlook/Hotmail, QQ mail, 163 mail, and the other IMAP mail services.
Wi-Fi Widget ($1.99)
For all your Wi-Fi worries, the Wi-Fi Widget app is a pretty cool tool you can use without any trouble. It allows you to share your Wi-Fi name and password to your friends visiting you at your home with 3D Touch. Through the widget, you can switch networks so you do not have to waste time fumbling through your iPhone. The app also gives you information on your Wi-Fi status, password, and test the speed all from a lock screen.
The iOS apps written on this list are currently free on the App Store. Since they were made free by their developers for a limited time, there’s no way to tell for sure if they are still available when you click on them. But if you see a price instead of the word “get”, then that means the sale has ended and these iOS apps are no longer free.