Free Apps for Android and iOS: These professional versions are free for now

We are back for NextPit’s A biweekly list of mobile apps and games for your Android phone or iPhone that are usually paid but free for a limited time only on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

This list is updated twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Between the connection of this page to the Internet and the time this article is displayed, some applications may be pushed back. It’s fairly easy to predict time-limited Google Play Store deals on apps, but it’s more complicated with App Store deals because Apple doesn’t specify how long the discount will be.

Quick info: Did you find an interesting app, but you can’t really use it at the moment? Install the app anyway, then delete it from your device. This way, the app will become part of your apps library, and you can install it again for free when you need it. Good way not to miss a short-lived promotion.


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Free Android Apps Temporarily On Google Play Store

Free Android Apps

  • 4K Pro . Camera ($0.99): Based on Open Camera source code, this app provides advanced control over features like white balance, burst mode, timer, ISO, resolution, and more.
  • Face Video Morph Animator ($4.99): Do you remember those creepy videos from the ’90s? You can easily do it with your smartphone: choose two photos, set some reference points and watch the magic happen.
  • Mandala Maker 360 ($1.49): With an average review of 4.7/5 stars, this simple app helps you create complex mandalas and drawing patterns from several settings.
  • Spelling test and professional practice ($1.99) [ends on Thursday (12)]: Improve your English spelling by taking a series of tests to assess how well you know some misspelled English words.

Free Android Games

  • Request ($0.99): Solve puzzles in complex (and weird) levels using keys and portals.
  • my executioner ($1.99): Move the ball to the end of the level by manipulating the elements of the stage. It may sound simple, but it can take hours of your time.
  • Avengers Zombie: Stickman War Z ($0.99): This game takes two popular themes on this list – stickman and zombies – and combines them into an action-packed side-scrolling game.
  • fast ($0.99): If you are looking for a relaxing gaming experience, check this rhythm game with great graphics.
  • bonus 57 degrees north ($0.00): This game was prepaid and is now permanently free. Help two kids survive on a remote island in Alaska and discover a strange mystery.


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Temporarily free iOS apps in the Apple App Store

Free iOS Apps

  • The sound of duties ($0.99): As the name says, create a simple to-do list by dictating it to the phone and setting reminders.
  • Ongoing for Instagram ($7.99): Record long videos for Instagram, Facebook or WhatsApp stories, and automatically split them into 15-second clips like all the great influencers.
  • chart maker ($0.99)Quickly create pie charts on your iPhone or iPad. Then save, share or export to your favorite app or social network.
  • LifeKit for Parkinson’s Disease ($14.99)A registry app for tracking and managing Parkinson’s disease, possibly helping a doctor adjust treatment.
  • MessageFilter Pro ($0.99): Set rules to filter unwanted SMS on your iPhone.
  • drink water ($3.99): If you usually forget to drink water, then let your phone wake you up to drink the recommended amount per day.

Free iOS Games

  • right skate ($1.99): grind and flip your way with realistic touch physics in a realistic skate park.
  • mind wall ($0.99): A fast-paced 3D arcade puzzle in which you need to remove blocks from the wall to allow the shape to pass through. Sounds simple, doesn’t it?
  • preschool learning games preschool ($6.99): A selection of various mini-games to distract and educate young children, perhaps better than repeating the same YouTube video over and over…
  • Plates ($2.99): Clear the levels by painting the squares and making them match while mastering other gameplay elements such as bombs, solving tiles, and more.
  • moto hero ($1.99): Don’t let the TempleRun-like icon fool you, Moto Hero is a physics-based platformer, similar to Trials. Take the motorcycle even further by mastering throttle and balance.


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What do you think of our pick this week? Did you find other interesting apps or games on Google Play Store or Apple App Store? Feel free to share your suggestions in the comments.

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