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A little something for everyone this week. Whether you're cleaning up your computer for the new year (still), whether you're mastering the art of GTD, or whether gaming is your gig (TORNADO 92!!!!), we've got the hook up. Some great free apps and nothing over one sweet dollar. How's that for dealin?
If you're looking for a Mac app to free up some of that sweet hard drive action, this is the one you're after. Only $0.99 as part of Appy Fridays! For more great deals on apps, check them out at Appy Fridays.
Tune into your emotions. At least, this app claims it can help you do that and since the unexamined life ain't worth living, plunk down your $0.99 and see what gives.
Sort your tasks, spin the wheels of this app, and find out how you can be more productive, but spin your wallet out to the tune of just a dollar and you're golden.
Now we live in perpetual night, when monsters walk the earth. A dollar gets you this creeptastical game of what hides in the shadows.
Designed by three Magic: The Gathering masters, you know your single dollar won't be ill spent if you like card-based role playing fantasy games.
This isn't what you think. It's fighting food that you pit against other food in a fight to the....uh death? One buck can get your mashed potatoes going.
Another dollar card game, this one made by NASA folks and featured on Wil Wheaton's TableTop so it's got that going for it.
To call my singing tone deaf would actually praise it, so this pitch app is free and I picked it up immediately. Hopefully I'll get a better ear. And if you're a musician, you could always improve.
Need a quick, disposable phone number because you're catfishing a Notre Dame football player? Well, have we got a free app for you...
Free Readdle app? We're on it. One of iOS big name developers of quality apps is making this full-featured document editor free on your iPad, so snap that up, kids.
We don't care that you want to hide stuff on your device, but we really wish, free like this app is or not free, that app developers would stop making "hidden files" apps with such suspicious looking icons. Sheesh.