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Top iPhone apps gone free

for May 2nd
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If you are looking for some exciting apps, and you want to take advantage of some great price reductions, then check out our list of the best iPhone apps that have just gone free for a very limited time. These apps were free at time of publication but please check their official iTunes page to verify price.

PowerPros 2013 World Baseball Classic

Price: Was $4.99

Once available only in Japan, this fun 3D iPhone app is now available in stores all around the world. Play in Exhibition mode or Championship mode: it’s up to you!



Atomic Ball

Price: Was $1.99

Do you like brick-breaker style apps? If so, check out this arcade game with more than 90 awesome levels.





Price: Was $0.99

Love photo editing apps? This one offers different modes for making collages, a real-time FX camera, tons of effects, and comprehensive editing. Get it now!





Price: Was $0.99

Did you think you had to go all the way to Korea to listen to Korean radio? Not anymore with this awesome iPhone app!




Run a 10K!

Price: Was $0.99

If you’re crazy enough to sign up for a 10km race and need to train, then look no further. This app will get you in tip-top shape in 10 weeks.




iMind & Mood

Price: Was $1.99

Depressed? Anxious? Manic? Stressed? This iPhone app can help you assess and deal with your mental health issues.




Runtastic Push-Ups PRO

Price: Was $1.99

If you’re the type who always wanted to be able to do 100 push-ups in a row, now’s your chance! Get this app and you’ll be pumping out 100 push-ups in no time at all.




Bibi’s Nest

Price: Was $0.99

Perfect for kids three through eight years of age, this app features a vacuous bird who’s lost her eggs and needs your help to find them!


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Rebecca, a former police officer, is an experienced writer and editor. She has used all kinds of different tech and prefers Apple products and apps. Her areas of expertise are in all things Apple, health and fitness, the Paleo lifestyle, and legal topics.