We know how things go around when it comes to the App Store pricing and it is always a race to the bottom but this doesn’t necessarily indicate that every app has to be free. Developers with good quality apps usually dare to charge a fair price for their work however there is one way in which the maximum attraction can be gained for an app; that is to make an otherwise paid for app free for a limited time period. This week Moves, Infinite Eye and PDF PROvider have resort to this method. These three apps, which normally cost up to $7 are now free for a limited time period. You should be grabbing yours via the download since these apps will be back on normal pricing from Monday.
Moves was recently purchased by Facebook and on normal days this app would cost $2.99 but over this weekend this app had been available absolutely free of cost. So basically you will be getting a fitness tracker for your iPhone free of cost. The app keeps a track of your movement on a daily basis and supports the iPhone 5s’s M7 chip for even more accuracy.
Moving on the Infinite Eye, it is usually available for $3.99 and is an app for the iPhone and iPad. The app creates a visual feedback tunnel using the built in camera of the phone.
The PDF PROvider on the other hand is only for the iPad and is an all-in-one PDF solution for creating, editing and converting PDFs. You should most certainly be downloading this one since it is normally available for $6.99.