These aren't the apps you need, but they're the apps you deserve. HA! Joking, these are the apps we found that were rocking out the sales this week. Some you'll have to move fast on and some will stick around at this price point, but we like to encourage you to move quickly. Because tomorrow, they could be gone, POOF!
I love the App Store, but I'm getting a little perturbed at all the apps asking me to sign up for a service before I can get any use from it. That is why this week's free app is totally barebones. Kind of.
Inkflow is your basic notepad app. It lets you draw on the screen with your finger or a stylus, and has unlimited pages for your unlimited ideas. In addition to offering the feel of writing with a fountain pen, Inkflow also allows you to pan and zoom in, so you can write out notes without worrying that it won't fit within the dimensions of your iPhone or iPad's screen. There's also a selection tool that allows you to resize or rearrange a portion of your note.
Today, at first ever Evernote Trunk Conference in downtown San Francisco, Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote, announced that the company has officially acquired Skitch, a screen capture and sketch app for the Mac. The move should help increase distribution for the small app, and Skitch's founders added that they plan on distributing Skitch to both the iOS and Android platforms, too. Evernote also announced that it will be making the app free in the Mac App Store.