Hello guys, yesterday we shared with you some paid iPhone apps which were been made free for a limited time by their developers. Some of the apps are still free, whereas others have returned to being paid. If you couldn’t get one for yourself, then check out today’s 3 paid iPhone apps gone free. You may be lucky enough to find the app you have been wanting to install.
Today’s 3 paid iPhone apps gone free
The apps here, as usual, will only remain free for a short period of time. We only share with you the recent changes made by their developers. We do not know for how long the apps will continue to be free.
1. Habitty – Habit Tracker
About this app
Habitty helps you create and maintain good habits, allowing you to achieve your long-term goals. Detailed graphs and statistics show you how your habits improved over time. It can help you organize your life by giving you an overview of everything you need to do on a regular basis.
TAKE IT EASY
Simple, beautiful and clear interface.
Measure and track anything and everything. Get notified whenever you need to do something important.
Habitty has an advanced algorithm for calculating the strength of your habits. Every repetition makes your habit stronger, and every missed day makes it weaker.
Clearly see how your habits improved over time with beautiful and detailed graphs. Scroll back to see the complete history of your habits.
Create an individual reminder for each habit, at a chosen hour of the day.
Supports both daily habits and habits with more complex schedules, such as 3 times per week; one time every week; or every other day.
You can mark the habits for the current day and check the progress without launching the application.
GET THINGS DONE!
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2. Forever Lost: Episode 1 HD
About Forever Lost: Episode 1 HD
“iOS adventuring at its best” – TouchArcade
“Over a million downloads of the Forever Lost series, that many players can’t be wrong!” – Glitch Games
Awaking in a mind you don’t know to a world you can’t remember. Surrounded by things that can’t be real, haunted by experiences long forgotten.
Questions racing through your mind. Is this a waking nightmare or a half-forgotten dream? Who are you? Where are you? How long have you been here and how do you escape?
The answers are somewhere, but where? In the world, you have found yourself trapped in or simply your own mind?
You have to move on, you have to discover the truth. You have to escape!
- Inspired by classic 2D point’n’click adventure games and modern culture!
- Amazing visuals that are ‘drenched in atmosphere’.
- An in-game camera so you can take photos of all the clues and rooms you find.
- Plenty of items to collect and ‘fiendishly clever’ puzzles to solve!
- The beautiful soundtrack is perfectly suited to this eerie and haunting world.
- A full hint guide that keeps track of your accomplishments to make sure you never get stuck.
- Auto-save feature, never lose your progress again!
3. Aureus Prime: 3 paid iPhone apps gone free
About this Game
Lights out! Can you memorize the board and match elements in the dark?
Memorize the board, match hidden elements, produce gold, upgrade the machine, and fight the ever so quickly increasing pressure. Play online with up to 3 opponents to determine who has the best visual memory or fastest fingers and collect their gold by defeating them!
Take a break from classic matching games and see if you can master this new twist!
In Aureus the player is tasked with operating the elements of an electrically charged gold producing machine. The machine operates in the dark, with all elements hidden from the player. Matching similar elements create an electrical current which briefly illuminates part of the board, disintegrates the matched elements, and produces gold.
Players must rely on their memory to match hidden elements. Speed is likewise essential to master the Aureus which has a strong tendency to overheat. Skilled players have the option of using gold coins earned over time to upgrade the machine. Upgrades can reduce pressure, slow falling elements, or minimize the impact of failed matches amongst other benefits. Once fully upgraded, Aureus provides its fastest game mode with frantic gameplay.
At a basic level, Aureus can be played as a tile-matching game with a twist. At the most complex level, Aureus demands a combination of strategy, dexterity and memory. The most efficient way to play is by making a succession of small matches to regroup similar elements, followed by more complex matches to produce large amounts of gold coins. As the pressure increases, the player must master a balance between speed and memorization to optimize the number of coins and the final score.
Aureus features 3 game modes:
- Endurance: the classic mode, with the continuous gameplay until the machine breaks
- Online: a multiplayer mode in which players can challenge up to 3 opponents
- Time Trial: the perfect mode for short sessions, with gameplay, limited to 90 seconds