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Paid iPhone Apps at Free of Cost for a Limited Time

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Mobile App published date 29th May, 2018 James Lawson

iPhone is known as the most popular mobile device and ensures that all apps and functions are performing the way Apple want them to perform, giving them an amazing user experience. The FaceTime feature is the biggest benefit to the users. This feature uses the phone's front-facing camera to paves the way for video chats with other users in high definition. The camera of iPhone is so advanced that people are demolishing their digital cameras and using the phone's camera for taking quality pictures. There are several other benefits for iPhone users.

Currently, there are several paid iPhone and iPad apps, which are available at free of cost for a limited period of time. However, if you click on a link and you don't see the word “get,” in fact, you are seeing a price listed to an app, then this means that it is no longer free.

Compass Zen

This app is designed specifically for your iphone or ipad and offers many features which are beyond your expectations. The elegant design of the app provides easy to read information and features the background customization facility, allowing you to find the best one. Moreover, there are some options of reading the speedometer in km or mph. You have the chance of choosing your GPS altitude in meters or feet and see your coordinates in DMS or Decimal. Moreover, with the feature, magnetic north compass, you will get to know the speed and altitude. After it's free trial, it can be downloaded at $7.99.

Nibmoji

The app brings you snarky and smart political emojis for everyday communication. The political cartoonists will bring a full keyboard of more than 80 emojis that will be updated with new socially and politically related pictures, which includes the best of Trump, Obama and Hillary with some other memes. There are many Nibmojis such as Fine dog meme by KC Green, Trump crying by Matt Bors and many more. The app is generally available for $0.99.

Musify

With this app, you are able to search, listen, stream or download music by artist, album or track to either your iPhone, iPad or iPod. The app enables you to search the song with a few word of album, artist or song. You are able to listen to millions of free songs and can create, edit or remove the playlist. After its free usage you can avail it at $1.99.

Ultimate Chess 2017

Mastersoft Chess Ultimate is completely free for a limited time period and after that time it will be available for $19.99. It has the World's best Desktop PC chess engines crammed into it. It is designed  by chess champions with the motive to play like a human opponent. There is nothing wrong in saying that it will take you from a newbie to a highly professional player.

Grumpy Stickers

If you want to show that you are disinterested in any topic, then grumpy stickers are perfect for you. After the completion of its free period, there is a need to pay $0.99.

Color Design

If you are looking forward to find some good color or want to create your own color, color design can help you as there are more than 3000 colors and you can also create of your choice. The app is also available for $0.99.

gTasks Pro

This is an amazing task app, allowing you to sync your tasks with Google Tasks, view your tasks and calendar events in one place, sync tasks between iPad and iPhone, organize your tasks and also allows you to set repeating tasks such as “Pay bills” every month etc. On the other hand, when it comes to Google Tasks, you are able to share tasks with your colleagues, have a backup of your tasks, you can manage your work and many more. After the end of free time period, it will be available for $5.99.

James Lawson

James Lawson

James is a writer and editor at MobileAppDaily and he is famous as a tech journalist at MobileAppDaily. He focuses on the mobile app startups & ventures and brings them to the light. He has started his career as a tech writer 6 years ago just after completing his degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism.

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