It’s that time once again folks. You know, the time when we let you in on which paid-for apps have actually gone free, typically for a limited time while hopefully not just saving you some cash, but also giving you the chance to pick up some apps that you were on the fence about when they had a dollar indicator next to them.

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So, without additional ado, let’s jump right in. We have five apps to tell you about today, with a little something for everyone on offer whether you’re an iPhone or iPad user.

Lets get to it.

Color Status Bar ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone)


Apple might not let apps change the appearance of the iOS status bar, but that doesn’t mean that you’re left with no personalization alternatives at all. After all, the majority of the time you can see right through that bar. So, why not put some fancy colors behind it?

Download it on iTunes right here.

SoundGrid ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)


An effective matrix sequencer for iPhone and iPad, SoundGrid strikes the spot for those that require such a thing if the App Store evaluations are anything to pass. It’s free, so give it a shot!

Download it on iTunes right here.

Devil Shard ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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Well reviewed by the mobile gaming press, Devil Fragment is an RPG video game with a match-3 aspect to it. This video game isn’t really going to display that fancy Retina display, but it must keep you entertained a minimum of.

Download it on iTunes here.

Laser Lights ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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Perfect for outputting to a large screen via either a wired connection of AirPlay, Laser Lights turns your iOS gadget into a portable light show, which is outstanding if you like that kind of thing.

Download it on iTunes here.

Simply North ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

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It’s a compass, so there’s not a wonderful deal to say apart from the fact that it looks beautiful and informs you which direction you’re facing. Do you really require much more from a compass?

Download it on iTunes here.

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