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This week we're all about making you feel better, happier, safer, and more productive. You'll want to stretch, relax, listen to some tunes, watch some movies, and make your bucket list of places to visit, all for the low, low price of free or $0.99.
National Geographic has long been known for their photos and this app doesn't disappoint. With gorgeous photo galleries and 360-degree panoramas, plus essays from talented writers, this app will have you wanting to travel and broaden your mind and your experience. They've shaved a buck off this, down to $0.99, to get you started on saving up to visit every last one of them.
You'll want to be in shape for all the jetsetting you'll be doing to visit NatGeo's 50 places, so limber up with 150 poses and asanas to get you in peak form. Voice over instruction and streaming movies help set the stage and the app's down from $3.99 to free, so stretch your mouse, not your budget, then stretch your soul.
We don't recommend doing yoga with your iPod on you with this app, unless you like hearing snippets of songs. Moosic takes the age old problem of how to change songs with your mobile device when the screen's gone to sleep and puts the accelerometer to work handling those issues. With the price tag of free, it wouldn't hurt you to check it out, now would it?
Soft music and yoga would be nice to relax to, but who's got that kind of time? You're a go-getter, and all this hour long yoga, Buddhist bowls, and whatnot isn't for you. Still, it'd be nice to calm things down a bit. This app won't stress your wallet since it's free, and its breathing exercises are sure to put you in a calmer state of mind.
Those Android pattern locks are all the rage and Video Lock uses them to tuck away all those -- ahem -- yoga videos you're not that interested in everyone knowing you have. The price is down by four whole dollars to free, but only until the 9th, so you best be getting while the getting's good.