iPad and iPhone Apps Gone Free Today

Take a look at all the paid iPad and iPhone apps that have gone free today for a short time. These offers might be gone too soon! So, take a glance at the list and quickly get the ones that excite you the most!

Free iPhone Apps Today

‎Live+: Photo Converter
‎Live+: Photo Converter
Developer: Nam Le
Price: Free


‎Wake Grateful
‎Wake Grateful
Developer: Dylan Siegel
Price: Free

‎Om Jai Jagdish Hare
‎Om Jai Jagdish Hare
Developer: Suneet Amrute
Price: Free+

‎Sai Baba Aarti
‎Sai Baba Aarti
Developer: Suneet Amrute
Price: Free+

‎CleanPics
‎CleanPics
Developer: Clean Pics LLC
Price: Free

‎LÒMÒGRAPH
‎LÒMÒGRAPH
Developer: LI HUNG WANG
Price: Free+


‎InstantGrid
‎InstantGrid
Developer: Tom Coomer
Price: Free

‎Habit Tracker ⋆
‎Habit Tracker ⋆
Developer: Armine Gabrielyan
Price: Free+


‎GramSpacer For Instagram
‎GramSpacer For Instagram
Developer: Andrew Lee
Price: Free+

‎Genius Sign - PDF Editor
‎Genius Sign - PDF Editor

Free iPhone Games Today

‎iota.
‎iota.
Developer: Ronald Destefano
Price: Free

‎Dot.Line- paper & pencil game
‎Dot.Line- paper & pencil game


‎Block vs Block
‎Block vs Block
Price: Free+

While there are tons of awesome apps available for free, a number of extraordinary ones come at a certain commercial price. When there is an enormous luxury to make the most of your favorite apps, paying for every single one that has hit you off instantly isn’t quite a smart deal, is it?

For iPhone users, there is no better news than free iOS apps to download. Well, iGeeksBlog is passionate about everything related to Apple products, and therefore, we bring up-to-date info on iPhones, iPads, iTunes, and more.

And this list is incomplete without apps gone free! You bet, we keep refreshing this section every day with a number of iPhone apps gone free today.

So, if you have a penchant for fantastic apps and always look for the opportunity to cash in on them without having to pay anything, you would love to have a glance at this page every day.

Personally, I’m always on the hunt for great apps that immensely enhance the user experience on my iOS device. Honestly speaking, that’s the secret about why I’m so charmed by iPhone.

Whether you want to track your fitness, manage your business, remain in touch with millions of followers or customers, socialize with your friends and loved ones or get the best out of your device, the apps allow you to carry out these activities and more with optimum ease.

It’s amazing how fast applications have been metamorphosed into indispensability these days. Indeed, nothing beats the joy of taking the utmost advantage of an app designed to help you bring about a new dimension into the way you use your device.

And, when some of the most appealing iPhone apps go free, it not only brings plenty of smiles on your face but also the irresistible desire to try something Out-Of-The-Box…!

Once you download the free apps from the list, you can use it forever! To make this section interactive, we welcome developers to send us apps they want to give out free to iGeeksBlog visitors.

You can contact us on our Twitter handle (@iGeeksBlog) or DM on Instagram (@iGeeksBlog). We will list your free apps in this section!

Go ahead and download your favorite iPhone apps. And developers, don’t forget to send your apps.

Make sure to bookmark this page for the daily dose of the free iPhone apps.

Disclaimer: All apps included in this list are free at the time of the blog post was published. We are not responsible for any price change happens.

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434 thoughts on “iPad and iPhone Apps Gone Free Today”

  1. This article did not explain how to use QuickPath.
    What about punctuation?! With SwiftKey, one simply holds down the period button until the correct punctuation appears.
    With QuickPath, I can only see to double-tap the space bar for a period.

  2. What a nice review for showing how to remove a password on a PDF. I would also like to share the AceThinker PDF Writer because it has a “Remove Security” feature to decrypt an encrypted PDF file. You can also edit your PDF file on Windows and Mac with this tool.

  3. How can I see who had actually sent the pic? I notice in your article that you see the person who sent on the pic tile, I don’t see that in mine.

    • The first step is choosing the conversation (step 1 of the article). This tells you about who sent the picture. But I believe you want to know who sent which image in a group iMessage chat. Right? Well, in top right of each image, the profile picture of the sender is shown. However, if the number is not saved on your phone, or if two numbers start with the same name (e.g Office Suraj, Office Donald), then the profile picture might be ‘O’ for both contacts.

      There should be an option to tap on the profile picture and exactly know who sent it. But it is not. So, as of now what you can do is add profile photo for the contact. Here’s how (How to Set and Share Custom iMessage Profile Picture, Name in iOS) After that, it will become easy to know who sent which image in a group chat.

  4. I notice you see little icons on the photos showing who had sent the pictures. I don’t see that in mine. My iOS is up to date. How can I see that?

  5. I was searching for this, and thanks, but I prefer to have the screen covered as well, and none of these fit that build. I switched from covering my 8+ and wanted the same experience. It is nice when you can save 1 license and 2 cards, plus be able to use the back as a kickstand for when you are on the plane or preparing food to see a video.
    The difference that I see is most of the new ones have a strap, not magnetically close, or if they do have magnet, then even one card is too much for the magnet to close properly.
    Looking for a good recommendation for this style!

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