Several Paid iPad and iPhone Apps Gone Free

Many apps have gone free for iPhone and iPad in October 2018.

Even though there are dozens of apps available for no cost, several of them come for a specific commercial cost. While there is a huge luxury in using your favorite apps, paying for every app that you have taken a liking to is not a smart idea. For people who have iPhones, no news can be greater than free apps available to download. If you have a fondness for amazing apps and you always look for an opportunity to save a few bucks by not having to pay anything, you would love to take a glance below.

Some people are always on the hunt for great apps that enhance their user experience in the iOS device. This is the reason why some people are so hugely attracted to iPhones.

From tracking your fitness to managing your business, from remaining in touch with millions of followers or customers to socializing with your friends and loved ones, the apps allow you to get the best out of your device. Apps allow you to carry out every activity with maximum ease. Isn’t it amazing to find out how fast applications have been transformed into essentiality these days? Nothing can beat the joy of taking advantage of an app specially designed to help you in bringing a new dimension into the way to use your device.

When some most appealing apps go free, it not only brings plenty of smile on your face but also irresistible desire to try something which is not constructed inside a box. Once you have downloaded the free app from the list, you can use it forever.

iOS Games Gone Free Are:

  1. Fox Eats Chicks,100 Balls 3D.
  2. Strike Hit <-> Bull’s eye.
  3. Super Tank Battle- my city Army.
  4. 3D Ballin Classic.

iOS Applications Gone Cashless Are:

  1. Chaos Control,
  2. CALC Swift
  3. PhotoJus Grunge FX Pro
  4. Medieval Math battle Gold
  5. Emotes for Dances Fortnite
  6. Keyboard X Key
  7. CHAiOS SYNTH 2.

Enjoy gaming experience like never before with the help of these amazing free apps.  Try them out yourself first and then share it with your friends too.

Steve Rogers is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Steve Rogers has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as

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