Have you ever let your phone idle while you scroll through it idly without doing anything? This involves looking via social media and the Google Play Store, as well as the Apple App Store. With so many apps available, it’s simple to become confused and unsure about which ones to install. Although there are disadvantages, there is also joy in discovering something free that is genuinely helpful. To identify free programs that are typically not free, we at nextpit have combed through the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
First and foremost, it’s crucial to remember that the free, temporary availability of the iOS and Android apps described below. The expiration date of this deal is beyond our control. Hence, take advantage of the situation! Each program that captures your eye should be downloaded and installed right away before it starts to cost money.
If you come across an interesting app that is listed here but don’t need it just yet, we would recommend you install it before deleting it. By doing so, you will save the app in your library and install it later without having to pay for it, even after the promotion has ended.
Android apps available for free for a limited time
Android apps for productivity and lifestyle
- Reminder Pro (
$2.99): Are you a very forgetful person and need an app that becomes your second brain? Reminder Pro fits the bill perfectly.
- Home Workouts No Equipment Pro (
$1.49): How is your New Year’s Resolution to keep fit and trim coming along? It is not too late to start yet, with this app to help you regain your strength and health without the need for expensive gym memberships or equipment.
- ColorMeter Color Camera Picker (
$1.99): This tool is a pretty cool one for content creators, as it helps you capture and identify colors in your surroundings easily. If you are a stickler for accurate stuff, then this is right up your alley!
- Burning Fortress 2 (
$0.99): Forget about defending your castle or fortress, this time around, it is your turn to be on the offensive! Just how well can you do?
- Block Blast (
$1.49): A retro puzzle game that is almost like Tetris, except that it is not. You need to match the colors of the blocks instead of clearing lines.
- Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD Game (
$4.99): A tower defense game that offers unique challenges that will keep you coming back for more!
- Crazy Calculator (
$1.49): Do you think you are a math whiz? If so, you might want to check out this game which looks like a calculator app but teases your brain in ways you never knew a calculator could.
- Zombie Age 2 Premium Shooter (
$0.99): A cartoonish side-scroller that sees you mow down wave after wave of zombies in a desperate bid for survival.
iOS apps available for free for a limited time
iOS apps for productivity and lifestyle
- Farm Touch Sounds (
$0.99): Listen to the different types of sounds that farm animals make by touching their respective photos.
- HibiDo Pro (
$2.99): We know that everyone is extremely busy just trying to survive. This means tons of tasks to do each day, so why not enlist the help of an app to simplify your life?
- Sifter (
$0.99): An app that filters incoming SMSes, making sure that no spam gets past it.
- SARKWO (
$0.99): A puzzle game that requires you to slide marbles in the right order so that you can advance to the next level.
- Spell the Beans (
$1.29): Absolutely cute title, where a bunch of spilled coffee beans will then require you to make words out of them.
- Halloween II (
$3.99): Find out everything that you need to know about Halloween right here in this cute little app.
- Duplicado (
$2.99): It is an avalance of avocados! You will need to slide all the avocados on the ground so that every single seed is planted to maximize the harvest.
- Shock Clock Arcade (
$0.99): Jump from clock to clock before time runs out. Just how fast are you?
That’s it for now! To get you through the weekend, we hope you’ve enjoyed our selection of free iOS and Android apps. Were there any intriguing apps or games that you liked that you did not find here in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store? Please feel free to leave your suggestions in the comments section.