Free Apps Daily: SharpScan Pro, DayGram, And More




Today’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch free apps daily include a scanner app, diary app, 3D physics puzzle, and focused tracker utility. A number of apps drop from paid to free on a daily basis*, and we pick the top four everyday, as many of the others aren’t worth your time even for free. Everyday we try to pick apps that are worth spending money on, but are now free to download, and here they are.

*Price drops are temporary, and usually last for just 24 hours, so be quick to download.

mzl.ijysrabe.175x175 75 Apps For Free Daily: Selfie A Day, Remino, SharpScan Pro, And MoreSharpScan Pro ($4.99 -> Free, Universal): A scanner app that can transform your iOS device into a fast multi-page scanner with OCR capabilities. You can scan any document you can point your iOS camera at, and the app optimizes speed & quality to then share as PDF, images, or text files to multiple services.

$4.99 -> Free, Universal

DayGram - One line a day DiaryDayGram ($0.99 -> Free, iPhone): A diary app that invites you to write just one line at a time. You can add one line at multiple intervals during the day, and the app is designed to get you in the habit of keeping a diary to the point that you’re writing more than one line. There’s a clean e-ink interface that clearly presents each different journal entry.

$0.99 -> Free, iPhone

fish_heroesFish Heroes ($0.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]: A 3D tower destruction game similar to Catapult King, and in a style very reminiscent of Boom Blox for the Wii. You can spin the camera 360 degrees around the 3D tower to find just the right angle to aim at, and the most glaring weakness of the shark block tower. Once you find your shot, you simply pull back and let the fish fly right into the tower to try to knock down all of the sharks. As you advance, there are seven different fish types to unlock, and 100 different levels across four undersea environments with ever increasing tower complexity and fish variety.

$0.99 -> Free, Universal

WateredWatered ($1.99 -> Free, Universal): Track the amount of water you drink in a given day by simply opening the app, and tapping the faucet to mark a cup of water. You have a set goal of water to drink each day, and the app keeps track of your progress daily, weekly, and monthly with various charts.

$1.99 -> Free, Universal



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