What else do you do with your smartphone besides making calls and receiving messages? Of course, social media plays an important role in our lives, and games work for some segments of the smartphone user base. Basically, Google Play Store and Apple App Store contain thousands of applications. We know the joy of finding a useful free app, which is why here at Nextpit we’ve taken the time to scour both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store to find free apps that aren’t normally available for free.
It’s important to note that the iOS and Android apps we’ve mentioned here are worth it, but they’re currently free for a limited time only. We don’t know when their respective offers will end. So it is very important to take advantage of the opportunity and download/install your interesting app as soon as possible before it turns into a paid app.
We will not list any apps with a rating of less than 3.5 stars. This will be different from the top 5 apps of the week as we don’t run any in-depth reviews of the listed apps.
Tip: If you come across an interesting app listed here that you don’t need yet, we recommend that you install it before deleting it. By doing this, you keep the app in your library and install it without paying even after the promotion ends.
Android apps are available for free for a limited time
Android apps for productivity and lifestyle
- Planimeter (
$1.99)A handy app to measure the area of your land around your home. It will give you a better idea of the final figure.
- 80’s Music Radio Pro (
$0.99): Think the 80s have the best music? Then this app proves it right!
- Bass Booster Equalizer Pro (
$2.99): Your smartphone speaker can only improve so much with this app, but something is better than nothing!
- Bricks Breaker Pro (
$3.99): You are faced with a brick wall, and your task is to break down that wall. How good do you think your strategy is?
- Shadow Assassin: Ninja Warrior (
$4.99): A fast-paced side-scrolling game in which you can hack and slash through hordes of enemies, powering up more as you progress.
- Balloons Pop Pro (
$1.99)From breaking brick walls to popping balloons, where does this destructive behavior end? Hopefully never as it can be very cathartic.
- Concrete protection 1940 (
$0.99):: Relive World War 2 with this tower defense game that lets you experience classic battles without any collateral damage on your smartphone.
- Neo monsters (
$0.99):: A Pokemon clone where you want to collect them all while training them to fight for you.
iOS apps are available for free for a limited time
iOS apps for productivity and lifestyle
- Dove: Email yourself (
$3.99):: There are times when you just want to email yourself something, and Pigeon makes it super easy and convenient to do so with just one tap!
- in order (
$1.99):: An app that lets you draw your own lists so you can live a more organized life.
- Microscope and flashlight (
$0.99):: Even if you forgot your glasses, this app will help you read small print content in your own mobile phone!
- Simple budget (
$0.99):: Not knowing where to spend your money can be overwhelming for balancing a monthly budget, so this app can help.
- Hands free browser (
$1.99):: This is the best app for people who want to reference recipes on their iPhone. Easily browse the web using gestures without cluttering your screen!
- Drop the flop! (
$0.99):: Test your reflexes with this game, and see how fast your hand-eye coordination is!
- The shadow of death (
$0.99): There’s a lot of replayability in this side-scrolling adventure game if you have four heroes when you start.
- Big Truck My Express Racing (
$1.99):: 60 fun big truck races while reducing real world waste!
- Dragon flight simulation game (
$9.99):: Have you ever wondered what it feels like to fly in the sky like a dragon? This app lets you get a taste.
- Invading Horde TD (
$0.99):: A beautiful tower defense game where orcs fight against humans. Do your best to stop the invading waves of enemies.
That’s it for starting a new week. We hope you enjoyed our list of free iOS and Android apps. Were there interesting titles in the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store that you were simply dying to tell the world about? Feel free to share your tips in the comments.