The weekend is over, but on the plus side that also means we get to tell you about a brand-new batch of paid iPhone and iPad apps that are all on sale for free right now! Today we’ve rounded up 10 apps that would normally cost $30 but that are all completely free if you act right now. Let’s check them out! More →
Tomorrow is April Fool’s Day which means if you’re smart, you’re probably going to want to stay off the internet. With the odd exception here and there, online April Fool’s gags are pitiful attempts at humor that are anything but funny. What are you going to do with all the time you’ll save by not browsing the web? Familiarize yourself with all the cool new paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free that you’re about to snag.
Hump Day is as good a day as any to enjoy some sweet paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, and we’ve got quite a batch for you to enjoy today. There are games, productivity apps, a photo editor, an app that will help keep you healthy, a cloud music player, and even an app that will help get you out of any uncomfortable situation. They’re all free, but only for a short time so hurry. More →
When the iPad burst onto the scene in 2010, the tech world had never seen anything like it. Sales immediately exploded as the device became one of the fastest selling consumer electronics products in history.
As a direct result, and in part fueled by bold proclamations from Apple CEO Tim Cook, many people began championing the notion that the post-PC era was upon us. Not to single out Cook, even Steve Jobs believed that tablets were going to one day eclipse PCs as the future of computing. Much like the iPhone transformed the mobile phone landscape, it was widely assumed that the iPad would eventually turn the entire PC industry on its head.
It’s time to finish out the first quarter of 2016 on a high note with a week packed full of hot paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. We’re kicking things off on Monday with nine fresh apps that are all normally paid downloads in Apple’s iOS App Store, but they’re on sale for free right now if you hurry. More →
Today’s post on paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free has big shoes to fill after yesterday’s offering, but we’ve tried our best to finish off the week on a high note. Friday’s post includes 11 different apps that span a wide range of categories to ensure that there’s something for everyone. You’ll also find a few extra freebies that are still on sale in Thursday’s post. More →
Yesterday’s post on paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free was packed full of enough premium apps on sale to tide you over for a day, but now you need more. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Thursday’s post includes 9 fresh apps that are all free downloads for a limited time, and you can still catch a few more if you revisit Wednesday’s post. More →
There’s no doubt about it: Apple makes the best smartphone chips out there. The company’s mobile chip division has put intense pressure on rivals in recent years and iPhones crush their biggest rivals in performance tests on a regular basis. That’s because Apple controls both the hardware and the software and is able to create efficient chips ready to deliver steady, speedy performance.
The one major component that Apple does not fully control right now, however, is the graphics processing unit. More →
Another day, another batch of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. We’re constantly told that we’re the best in the business when it comes to hunting down hot paid iOS apps that go on sale for free, but we don’t like to boast. Instead, we’ll just let our daily posts do the talking. Today’s list has 12 solid apps that you’ll definitely want to check out, and you’ll also find a few more freebies leftover in yesterday’s post. More →
Has everyone recovered from Apple Event Day? Are you all OK? Actually, Monday’s event wasn’t one of the more exciting ones we’ve seen in recent years, though there were definitely some solid new products announced. Plus Apple released iOS 9.3, which is definitely a big upgrade. But if you feel let down, console yourself with today’s batch of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, and grab a few extra from yesterday’s post, too. More →
The iPad occupies a unique place in the annals of tech history. Upon its release in 2010, Apple’s first stab at a tablet quickly set sales records. Not only did early iPad sales outpace early iPhone sales, but the iPad quickly became one of the fastest selling consumer electronics products of all time.
In turn, Apple CEO Tim Cook couldn’t help but be effusive when describing the iPad’s longterm potential.
“I really believe,” Tim Cook said during a January 2012 earnings conference call, “as do many others in the company believe, that there will come a day when the tablet market, in units, is larger than the PC market.”
And for a while, it was hard not to get on board with Cook’s optimism. Even those who were initially skeptical of the iPad’s potential to dethrone the Mac couldn’t ignore the device’s impressive and borderline unprecedented sales growth.
The star of Apple’s big event on Monday was clearly the brand new iPhone that was unveiled, but you don’t need an iPhone SE to get the latest and greatest iOS features Apple has been working on. After a long beta period, Apple has finally released iOS 9.3 to the general public. This isn’t a huge update like iOS 10 will be when it debuts for developers and public beta testers this summer ahead of its public launch in September, but there are some terrific new features and big improvements in iOS 9.3, and we’ll tell you how to update your device right now. More →