Apple Celebrates 5 Years with Free Apps

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Apple PR:

From the 500 apps available at launch in 2008 to the more than 900,000 at your fingertips today, it’s been a remarkably prolific five years for the App Store. To celebrate, we’re giving everyone five landmark games and five groundbreaking apps for a limited time. Plus, look back at the key moments that have made the App Store the world’s most innovative destination for apps.

The free apps they are giving away are really great, and normally fairly expensive too! I recommend everyone go grab them now, because as soon as you download them once for free, you can grab them again later at any time.

Apps:

  • Barefoot World Atlas: Learn about the world, its nations and its wonders through this dazzling interactive globe (normally $5.49)
  • Day One (Journal / Diary): Record movements every day using photos, places and words with this intuitive journal (normally $5.49)
  • How to Cook Everything: Learn to cook more than 2,000 gourmet recipes using this robust kitchen companion (normally $10.49)
  • Over: Help your photos stand out by adding custom captions, logos and stylish doodles (normally $1.99)
  • Traktor DJ for iPhone/Traktor DJ for iPad: Mix like a pro with a DJ app that puts industry-leading features right at your fingertips (normally $20.99)

Games:

  • BADLAND: An Apple Design Award winner, Badland is an incredible action game with stunning graphics (normally $1.99)
  • Infinity Blade II: With smart gameplay and gorgeous graphics, this action-packed epic absolutely shines (normally $0.99)
  • Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP: This elegant 8-bit adventure uses touch-based puzzles to deliver a poignant story (normally $5.49)
  • Tiny Wings: This endearing classic features charming style and thrilling momentum-based gameplay (normally $0.99)
  • Where’s My Water?: A simple and challenging puzzle game that features intuitive controls and a lovable mascot (normally $0.99)

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