Pin It

6 Good iPad Apps Free Today

April 24, 2017
Below is a collection of some good iPad apps that are free today and only for a limited period of time. Some of the things you can do with these apps include: merge several screenshots into a single picture, lear Mandarin Chinese in interactive and fun way, teach kids how to draw beautiful dinosaurs, have a panoramic view of the planet earth from the International Space Station and many more.

6 Good iPad Apps Free Today


1- Picsew - Photo Stitching Tool
‘Picsew can automatically merge multiple screenshots to a single long screenshot!’

2- AR Synth Music
‘AR Synth Music is a unique blend of performance music and augmented reality. To make it work all you need is a dollar. Simply look through your iPhone screen and the dollar transforms into a full potential synthesizer. Place your fingers over the orange virtual buttons to use them. The synth has seven sounds, three effect sliders, a looper, and a full octave of keys.’

3- Miao Mi - Learn Mandarin Chinese for Kids & Junior
‘Miao Mi is a Mandarin entertainment and educational kid’s app that encourages young children to learn Mandarin in a creative, fun and interactive way! With over 500 videos on demand, specifically curated for preschoolers aged 3-6, Miao Mi is an excellent resource to support Mandarin immersion learning for kids. ’

4- Photo Mapo - Add a map to your photo
‘Easily transform your photos into mapped masterpieces you will want to share with friends and family.’

5- Pose & Draw Dinosaurs
‘Learn to draw 40 different dinosaurs, including Tyrannosaurus, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and Velociraptor through a traditional step-by-step mode or the new interactive pose mode, which lets your budding artist reposition the basic shapes however he or she desires.’

6- Earthlapse
‘Turn your iPad or iPhone into a window aboard the International Space Station. Experience stunning views of Earth captured by NASA astronauts. Touch the views and control the planet with your finger. A truly amazing one-of-a-kind experience.’

Source: https://appadvice.com/apps-gone-free