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5 awesome paid iPhone apps that are now free for a limited time

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If there’s a better way to start June than by downloading a handful of awesome paid iPhone apps for free, I don’t know what it is. With WWDC 2014 about to get underway, many developers are celebrating by offering their apps for free for a limited time. As many of you are well aware, we here at BGR love sharing news of high-quality free apps that go on sale. Buying apps is important if you want to support developers and help ensure that they’ll launch great new apps down the road, but who are we to complain if they’re going to give the milk away for free every now and then?

Here’s today’s list of 5 great apps that can be had for free if you move fast:


Instagram’s filters and other photo editing features are nice, but the creme of the Instagram crop always goes the extra mile.

We’re not saying that you’ll instantly amass tens of thousands of followers by using Instantbot to edit your photos, but the images you share might soon be on par with the amazing photos shared by some of Instagram’s most popular photogs.

Instantbot is a universal app that contains all that you need to make your Instagram experience much better. Take photos using FishEye, try various effects, check for users nearby, learn more about your most active followers and those who stopped following you recently, tag your favorite places and share weather and your mood!

Multifunctional Camera
•FishEye – 3 modes
•30 filters
•50 textures
•27 collages
•Add text – 30 fonts
•Share weather – 40 stickers
•Check in – 40 stickers
•Share on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr

Extended followers information
•Check for new followers
•Check for unfollowers
•Users not following you back
•Followers you’re not following back
•Active followers
•TOP 5 followers
•Number of likes and comments from each follower


Instagram Map
•Photos nearby
•Favorite places tagged on photos
•Popular places tagged on photos

Use unlimited possibilities of Instantbot to make your photos much more amazing and to have a new look at Instagram.

Instantbot is normally $1.99 but it’s free right now.

Download Instantbot


There are a hundred apps out there that can tell you what time it is in Beijing, China and Wellington, New Zealand right now, but we’re not sure any of them look even half as good as Globo while they’re doing it.

What time is in Tokyo right now?
What will be the time in Melbourne if in Milan is 9:42 AM?
What’s the distance from Abu Dhabi to Miami?
Can you remind me when in Madrid it’s 23 o’clock?
What’s the weather in San Francisco right now?

All these questions easily have an answer with Globo, a stunning world clock with a gorgeous feature-rich yet easy to use interface.

If you travel a lot, need to stay connected with other people around the world or you’re just simply curious to discover informations about different locations in the world, Globo is the perfect app for you.

With a clean graphic, an innovative and simple navigation and a great user experience, Globo is your best companion for your time check needs.

Last but not least, did I say Globo is completely offline and also the WHOLE world map is covered?

Globo is a bargain at $0.99, but it’s free for a limited time.

Download Globo


Want a smartphone that can measure your heart rate? You can spend $650 on a new Galaxy S5, or you can download Cardiograph for free.

Cardiograph is an application which measures your heart rate. You can save your results for future reference, keep track of multiple people with individual profiles, add notes and locations, and even print out your measurements for sharing or safe keeping.

Cardiograph uses your device’s built-in camera to take pictures of your fingertip and calculate your heart’s rhythm – the same approach used by professional medical equipment!

This nifty app is usually $1.99, but like every other app mentioned in this post, it’s free right now for a limited time.

Download Cardiograph

My Own Diary

Jony Ive famously did away with skeuomorphism in iOS 7, but My Own Diary brings it back in a big way… and it looks absolutely fantastic.

My Own Diary for the iPhone, you can carry it everywhere.

You can now record your thoughts and events on the iPhone, too. The breathtakingly beautiful interface allows you to quickly and easily create entries.
On your iPhone 4S, you can even dictate your entries – by using Siri.
Dropbox import and export allows you to exchange diaries between the iPhone and the iPad.

Note: “My Own Diary” requires iOS 5 or above.

“My Own Diary” supports the following functions:

‣ Create several diaries
‣ Dictate your experiences using Siri
‣ Dropbox import and export
‣ PDF export in the App layout
‣ 11 different fonts
‣ Send your diary as e-mail
‣ Calendar function
‣ Voice recordings
‣ Mark your location

This $1.99 app can be had for free if you move quickly.

Download My Own Diary

This is the only app you need to combat the gigantic 5-gallon sodas they sell at movie theaters.

The RunPee app is constantly updated – the day movies are released in theaters – to tell you the best times to run and pee mid-movie…without missing the best scenes. Of course, we provide a synopsis with each Peetime, so you will know exactly what you missed.

Besides that, RunPee lets you know if there is anything extra after the end credits.

The built-in Runpee Timer will alert you, by vibration, when a Peetime is coming – so you don’t have to worry about bothering the people around you.

Now you can relax and enjoy the movie…without wondering when to run and pee. We’ve got you and your bladder covered. is normally $0.99 well spent, but right now it’s free.


Zach Epstein

Zach Epstein has worked in and around ICT for more than 15 years, first in marketing and business development with two private telcos, then as a writer and editor covering business news, consumer electronics and telecommunications. Zach’s work has been quoted by countless top news publications in the US and around the world. He was also recently named one of the world's top-10 “power mobile influencers” by Forbes, as well as one of Inc. Magazine's top-30 Internet of Things experts.

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