Paid iPhone Apps For Free Today, What Are The Must-Haves?

Mar 07, 2017 12:10 PM EST | Leian N.

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Almost all users of Apple products love to use their gadgets when these are offered for free. Unfortunately, the best ones are not offered free of charge. Moreover, most users were found to be dismayed whenever the best apps that offer the best features are not accessible without compensating for a high price. Luckily, the brand has decided to offer some of paid iPhone apps free today.

Paid iPhone apps have been a nuisance to the brand users, especially when their features were found to improve their experience. Luckily, there are paid iPhone apps free today. However, they will only be offered for a limited time.

As reported by Digital Trends, these apps include the Pinyin Chart, Impossible Dial, Bill Assistant, Calc Swift, Translate Safari, and Countr. These apps were initially offered with prices like $15-$99 as a standard fee. However, sales for them have declined, and the brand finally decided to up its fame by offering it for free.

In other news, BGR also reported that apart from the mentioned paid iPhone apps free today, the iStore allowed all users to download Dual Browser ($1.99) and Stringly ($2.99) for free. For the first one, it provides users with simultaneous display of the Dual Web browser, can navigate the previous and next page button while it's functioning, has the Dual Window Extend Mode, URL save button, has lightweight UI design which mitigates memory usage and improves the device's performance, and is independent from display video. On the other hand, Stringly offers users with better functionality on their daily recordings of activities. Users can set aside note-taking apps and allow users to add photos and Markdown tasks they have finished for a particular day.

These paid iPhone apps for free today will only be available for a short period. Do you think that these deserve to be offered in a paid version or should Apple gift their loyal customers with such freebies?

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