This year, how has your smartphone experience been? Is it time to audit the apps you currently have on your phone? Maybe it is time to try something new, and we may have a free app (or two) that will catch your attention at the beginning of this week. The apps that are listed here are free for a limited period of time, but we have no idea when they will become paid again.

Check out our weekly selection of games and apps below. We make every effort to ensure that these are free of scams and privacy issues, but please note that this list differs from our Apps category in that we do not review each app separately. As a result, some of the apps on this list may contain in-app purchases and advertisements.

Tip: If you come across an interesting app on our list but don’t need it now, install it first and delete it afterward. This will cause the app to be saved to your library, allowing you to install it later for free, even after the promotion ends.

Android apps available for free for a limited time

Android apps for productivity and lifestyle

  • Memorize: Learn Spanish Words ($6.99)It is never too late to start learning a new language. Use this app to pick up the pace of learning Spanish.
  • Mandala Maker ($0.49)You do not have to be an insanely creative artist to draw intricate mandalas with this app.

Android Games

  • The Rich King ($0.99): Ever wondered how life would be if you were stinking rich? Find out virtually in this game!
  • Merge City Premium ($4.99): Spruce up your virtual city in this game from the ground up. It will carry your characteristics and thoughts.
  • Ruby Square ($0.99): A puzzle game where you rotate a square of colors to help them match with the surrounding squares.
  • Live or Die: Survival Pro ($0.49): Do you love survival games? If so, then this is the perfect game for you as you craft your way through a bleak future.
  • Shadow Survival ($0.99): It is you against the world. Do you have what it takes to take down never-ending hordes of enemies?

iOS apps available for free for a limited time

iOS apps for productivity and lifestyle

  • Panographic Photo ($1.99): Stitch different photos together using this app for a brand new look.
  • TILA: Sleep, Meditation & Calm ($2.99):  Want to sleep better? This app claims to be able to help you enter dreamland faster than usual.
  • Videdit ($0.99):  This is a useful video editing tool to use on your iPhone.
  • Face Story Pro ($2.99):  Be like T-1000 by changing your face to another through the morphing process.
  • ColorCamera – Color Picker ($0.99): This app is basically a teardrop tool, letting you select the perfect color from your photo collection. 

iOS games

  • Shock Clock Arcade ($0.99): It is only a matter of time before you lose, but just how fast and far can you progress with your reflexes?
  • Pepi Bath 2 ($3.99): Not all kids love their bath times, perhaps this app might make it look fun enough for them to dip their toes in the bath next time without being dragged there screaming and kicking?
  • Neo Monsters ($0.99): Catch monsters. Train them. Let them fight with other monsters. Win and upgrade the monsters. Rinse and repeat.
  • 2 Players 1 Device ($0.99): If you are short on devices but have 2 squabbling kids to keep them occupied, this single device game is ideal.
  • Rain Drop Catcher ($1.99): Catch falling rain drops in this reflex-oriented game.

That is all for now, and let us get started with this week’s free app and game selection.

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