June 18, 2016
Below is a collection of some good iPad apps that are free today. This deal is valid at least in the Canadian and American iTunes store. Some of the things you can do with these apps include: virtually explore the National Gallery of Art Washington, translate and save QR codes from any printed material, add and view due reminders, and many more.
1- National Gallery of Art HD
‘Take a walk through the virtual halls of the museum of the National Gallery of Art Washington (USA), where you will enjoy the masterpieces of world art…Here you will find the works of Goya, Rubens, Raphael, Botticelli and many other eminent masters of painting. Get masterpiece of world art for yourself - in the app is available feature for download and get email HD version of any picture’
ABBYY TextGrabber easily and quickly scans, translates and saves your chosen text or QR-codes from virtually any printed material. Simply take a picture of the text on 60+ languages or QR-codes and immediately edit, hear it spoken aloud via VoiceOver, translate it into 90+ languages, send your text by SMS or e-mail, or share it quickly on Facebook, Twitter or Evernote.
3- Reminders Widget
Add reminders to iOS built-in reminders app view ALL iOS reminders while the device is locked. The app offers the following features: View due or over due reminders from all groups in one place; View all lists reminders in one place; Add reminders from Widget without unlocking device; View each reminders group list by itself; Switch between reminders groups; Scroll to view all reminders in each group
‘DoitQUICKLY is reminders card manager for iPhone & iPad…Add short important reminder as a card with deadline progress bar and time left counter. Key to success is do less but often. The cards typography are screaming on you, like a good sport coach, to keep you motivated. Clear your head, by writing down all important events and set up reminders.’
‘Word² is a challenging game where you must unscramble each word not just once, but twice!
Inspired by word squares which date well into ancient times, each square contains words in pairs that can be read both horizontally and vertically. Words are scrambled and your objective is to use hints, clues and logic to decipher each square.’