If you’re an iOS follower, there’s a great possibility that you have actually either purchased an iPhone 6, are intending to acquire an iPhone 6, or are indeed conserving your cents for the impending launch of the next-generation iPads due later this month. The factor here being, obviously, that extra change for applications and also games may be a little hard to come by currently in time, and also if you would like to conserve a couple of bucks this weekend, we have actually got an array of 6 paid applications gone free.


Car Camera DVR ($3.99 – FREE / iPhone)


This app essentially turns your iPhone or iPod touch into a dash-cam, allowing you to record as you drive. Remember to pack an in-car charger, though, because the constant recording will doubtlessly eat into your battery life.

Download it on iTunes here.

Fragment ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)


If you like editing and tweaking photos, then Fragment touts some neat prism effects. It’s fun to use, easy to get the hang of, and for a limited time, free of charge.

Download it on iTunes here.

AppAlchemy ($4.99 – FREE / iPad)


This eBook will help you to master the art of iPhoneography. If you like taking snaps with your iPhone and want to hone your skills, be sure to check out this very informative app from the famed Dan Marcolina.

Download it on iTunes here.

Observer Pro ($9.99 – FREE / iPhone)


If you’re a bit of a stargazer and interested in what’s going on outside planet earth, then this feature-rich app is bundled with endless supplies of information, and with a usual price tag of ten bucks, you’ll be saving yourself quite a bit of money.

At this moment, however, it doesn’t work on iOS 8, but the developer is currently working on a fix.

Download it on iTunes here.

Typic+ ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)


If you want to add neat, elegant captions to your snaps, then this is the app for you. It’s clean, it does as it purports, and has a rare beauty about its user interface.

Download it on iTunes here.

Gravitations ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)


This space-set puzzler is extremely challenging, and although it won’t get you into a trance likeOsmos did, will keep you occupied when you’re looking for a time-killer.

Download it on iTunes here.

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