Here are nine paid iOS apps that are yours for the taking right now

There is no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as paid iOS apps that are free for a limited time. You’ll find nine of them listed below. If you do find an app that you can use, download it immediately. Don’t assume that these apps will remain free forever, because they won’t be. And Murphy’s Law being what it is, if you don’t take advantage of the free price of an app now, you will probably find yourself having to pay when you really need to use it.

Today’s list include two high priced apps. One, Double Word Pad, is normally priced at $11.99 and allows you to upload, edit, …


Just for you: Here are 10 paid iOS apps free for a limited time

Sometimes life throws you a break. Like when April 15th falls out on a Sunday and the government extends the deadline to send in your tax payment to April 17th. Or you are browsing the App Store for a particular paid app when this article catches your eye, and you find the app you want is mentioned in it. That means, of course, that it is free because that’s what this article is all about.

So once again, feel free to browse the list below. For those who haven’t read this series before, if you do happen to run across an app that you want, install it immediately. After all, we don’t know when …

ESPN+ launches; Disney's first paid streamer priced at $4.99 per month

Back in February, we told you that Disney would launch its first paid streamer, ESPN+, in the spring. Well, we are about three weeks into the season, and today ESPN+ has been launched. We should also see a redesigned ESPN app that will allow those getting the “sports leader” on their cable service, to view the live streaming of all eight ESPN channels on their Android or iOS mobile device. The app will also be available for Apple and Android TVs, Amazon tablets, Amazon Fire TV products, and Google’s Chromecast. The app will still provide sports scores, news and analysis, video highlights, and audio …

Here are 8 paid iOS apps that are currently offered for free

Looking for a particular paid iOS app, but don’t want to spend the money? Tonight, we have eight paid iOS apps that are free for a limited time only. Again, this means that if you see an app you like, install it immediately on your iPhone or iPad. If it isn’t as good as you thought it would be, well, that is why there is an uninstall button. And since you are not paying for the app, there is no financial risk to you for trying it out. But if you wait, the developer could decide to start charging again for his app, which leaves you digging deep into your pockets to buy it.

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Here are nine more paid iOS apps that won't cost you anything for a limited time

The other day, we showed you seven paid iOS apps that are currently available for free. Just in case you couldn’t find an app that you could use, we now have another nine paid iOS apps that won’t cost you a penny to install on your iPhone or iPad. As usual, we should point out that these apps are free for a limited time only which means that if you do see something you like, download it immediately. The app won’t get any cheaper if you wait.

Among the apps available for free and three that can turn your iOS device into an extension of your Mac’s QWERTY keyboard, a remote control for your …

Here are seven paid iOS apps that are free for a limited time only

Everybody loves a freebie. That is why BOGO deals are so popular. And this extends to paid apps that are free for a limited time only. Today, we have a list of seven such iOS apps that normally would require you to shell out some money to purchase. Just keep in mind that at any time, the developers behind these seven apps could decide to start charging for them again. In other words, be decisive and don’t procrastinate. If you don’t like an app you’ve installed, just uninstall it. You’re not getting charged anyway.

Among the paid iOS apps that you can install for free is one that normally …

BlackBerry World no longer supports paid apps starting today

Back in February, we told you that BlackBerry World will shut its doors for good on December 31st, 2019. We also told you that starting on April 1st, 2018, paid apps were no longer being supported by BlackBerry World. Right now it is April 1st in most areas of the U.S., which means that all payment mechanisms no longer work on the storefront. While no new paid apps are being accepted, those developers who were monetizing their apps can still do so as long as the method for accepting payments comes from within the apps themselves. The good news is that those developers who decide to go this route …

Amazon refunds Prime Exclusive phone owners who paid to remove the ads

Since 2016, Amazon has been offering an ever-increasing lineup of Prime Exclusive phones – unlocked devices sold at significantly lower prices. There has always been a catch, though – they shipped with preinstalled Amazon software and had lockscreen ads. While you couldn’t remove the apps, you had the option to pay a fee (depending on your device) to remove the lockscreen ads. At least that was the case until last week, when Amazon made the decision to remove the lockscreen ads for everyone, but increase the cost of every Prime Exclusive device by $20.
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Drake just paid for a bunch of people's groceries so, uh, they can thank him now

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Drake’s been on a major generosity kick while filming his music video for “God’s Plan,” and fans are loving him for it.

For the rapper’s latest good deed, he dropped in on some unsuspecting shoppers at a Miami supermarket and, you know, casually spent over $50,000 paying for strangers’ groceries. No big deal.

Drake reportedly visited the Sabor Tropical Supermarket at around 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, according to E! News, and announced via megaphone that he’d be covering the costs of everyone shopping in the store.

“No one knew he was coming at all, we just came to do groceries. Cameras were being set up so we were all wondering what was to happen,” Guille Deza, a shopper told E! News. Read more…

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These paid Android icon packs are free for a limited time, grab them while you can

If you love to customizing your Android phone, you might be pleased to hear that several icon packs that are usually paid are now available for free on Google Play. Typically, the price of these icon packs is $1 or more, but now it’s possible to download them free of charge.

This assortment should give you some ideas for your next custom home screen masterpiece, just make sure you pick a nice wallpaper to match. Keep in mind that the freebie period on some of these ends soon, so act swiftly!

As usual, you can easily preview all icon packs in the gallery …