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‘2048′ Leads The Top Free iPhone Apps List This Week

2048This week’s leading free iOS app is still 2048, an addicting number puzzle game that seems to be spreading faster than wildfire. The top seven apps this week are all games – a decidedly good fortune for those seeking solace on a manic Monday. If you have your own favorite free game, send it over via the comment section.

 

Below, we’ve listed the top free iPhone apps of the week. The list links to Inside Network’s research about the individual apps, including historical charts, developer information and download information. Read more

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‘2048′ Leads The Top Free iPhone Apps List This Week

2048This week’s leading free iOS app is 2048, an addicting number puzzle game that seems to be spreading faster than wildfire. If you’re frustrated with addicting games, or, if you had a rough affair with Flappy Bird, you should play Flappy Smash. It’s a hilarious parody of Flappy Bird that lets you kill of the critters by closing the pipes.

There are also a few more apps added to the top ten this week that are worth mentioning – What’s the Difference, Basketball Kinds, and Lockscreen for iOS.

Below, we’ve listed the top free iPhone apps of the week. The list links to Inside Network’s research about the individual apps, including historical charts, developer information and download information. Read more

Kitestring: A Safety App Even Your Mom Will Love

kitestringKite strings – they let you hold onto kites, but they also let you pull them back. It’s a great name for an app that essentially helps others know you’re safe during late night walks.

The KiteString app is actually a mobile friendly web app. All you have to do is set up your emergency contacts, tell the app how long you’re going to be out, and checks up on you after that specified time, using SMS. If you go ‘off the radar,’ the app will notify those contacts. It’s simple, and it’s really nice for loved ones to know you’re safe. Read more

Love to Read on Mobile? Check Out Medium’s New iPhone App

screen568x568Medium’s blogging platform is as fun as it is beautiful, and the new Medium app shows off the great stories just as well as its web counterpart. The only difference is that the app is just for reading – all of the writing is done on Medium’s website. Still, there’s plenty here to enjoy.

Medium’s founder, Evan Williams has a crucial role as Co-founder of Twitter, and has remained loyal to the micro-blogging platform. To get started on the app, you’ll need a Twitter account – this is problematic, and should be changed, asap. Read more

Cloak Anti-Social App Uses Your Location to Help You Avoid Others

The nature of social networking often tries to enhance our social lives, but most of the time, that falls short of bringing about desirable social gatherings. Conversely, there are some users who are actually anti-social, and would like nothing better than avoiding the right kind of people some of the time, or possibly, all of the time at all costs. Now, that option is finally emerging in this screen568x568Cloak app, and it’s also free.

Cloak is like incognito mode for the digitally connected, but it goes one step further – it helps you to avoid people, especially yoru ex or just arch nemesis. Now, you can find their location on Cloak’s anti-social mapping. For now, the app only includes Instagram and Foursquare. If you have enemies, you might want to encourage them to use those apps, otherwise, you can always wait until Facebook is added. Read more

Microsoft OneNote is Now Free for Everyone on Every Device

Microsoft’s cloud-based note taking software, OneNote, is now free in all formats. The company also released a public API, so many apps can also use the software to sync data and notes from practically anything. One Note is also programmed to be connected to Brother, Doxie Go, Epson, Feedly, Genius Scan, IFTTT, JotNot, Livescribe, Mod Notebook, News360 and Weave, to name a few. You can see the complete list of partner apps and devices here.

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‘Smash Hit’ Leads The Top Free iPhone Apps List This Week

Once again, this week’s leading free iOS app is Smash Hit, a beautiful and simple game designed for those who likes to hit things. The free game app features surreal graphic animation that lets users fly through glassy, 3D space and smash everything in its path. Other top apps include games like Brave Bird ~ Flap Again, Crazy Taxi, and Darklings.


Below, we’ve listed the top free iPhone apps of the week. The list links to Inside Network’s research about the individual apps, including historical charts, developer information and download information. Read more

‘Smash Hit’ Leads The Top Free iPhone Apps List This Week

This week’s leading free iOS app is Smash Hit, and it’s perfect for your monday blues. The free game app features surreal graphic animation that lets users fly through glassy, 3D space and smash everything in its path. It’s a definitely step up from Flappy Bird gameplay.


Below, we’ve listed the top free iPhone apps of the week. The list links to Inside Network’s research about the individual apps, including historical charts, developer information and download information. Read more

‘Jumpy Jack’ Leads The Top Free iPhone Apps List This Week

screen568x568Flappy Bird clones are still dominating the iTunes app store. This week, it’s Jumpy Jack and his skateboarding antics. Unlike the original Flappy Bird, Jumpy Jack comes with rewards for users who can move through the obstacles.

Below, we’ve listed the top free iPhone apps of the week. The list links to Inside Network’s research about the individual apps, including historical charts, developer information and download information.

Every week we spotlight the top free apps every week–helping our readers discover, enjoy and analyze successful content. Read more

European Commission Seeking to Eliminate ‘Free’ From Apps With In-App Purchases

candy crushThe European Commission is investigating the term “free” as used for apps that contain in-app purchases. The consumer policy group representing the European Union is holding talks with Apple, Google and app makers in developing new policies that would require free apps to be completely free, with intentions of targeting terms like “Buy Now” or “Upgrade Now” from free-to-play apps.

The policy group’s Commissioner, Neven Mimica said, “Consumers and in particular children need better protection against unexpected costs from in-app purchases.” Read more

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