NextPit Apps of the week 2
NextPit Apps of the week 2


A new week and a new list of apps and games for Android and iOS available for free on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for a limited time! Don’t waste your time and save money by downloading these services to your phone.

Our team updates this list twice a week. So if you read this article the day after it was published, some apps may have changed their status from free to paid in stores. At the time of this writing, all of the apps listed were available for free for Android and iOS. If you know any apps that are currently free and worth mentioning, let me know in the comments.

Tip: If you find an app you’re interested in in the list below, but don’t want to use the app or game yet, install the app anyway and remove it from your device. This way the service will be built into your library and you will be able to install it for free in the future if you need it.

Free Android apps

Free Android productivity apps on the Play Store for a limited time

Android games are temporarily free in the Play Store

  • Dead Bunker 4 Apocalypse ($ 0.99): First person survival game, help scientists defeat the disease that turns people into zombies.
  • DungeonCorp. PLATINUM ($ 1.99) (offers in-app purchases): A simple strategy game with a nice 16-bit style where you can collect, equip and defeat your opponents with weapons.
  • fire and water ($ 3.99) (Includes ads): Overcome obstacles and lead the fire and water characters to the end of 45 levels.
  • Freelance simulator ($ 2.19) (including ads and in-app purchases): Idle Clicker, where the goal is to get rich as a freelance developer.
  • Hills legend ($ 0.99): Survive a world full of mysteries and explore a mental hospital in search of answers.
  • Legend of the cartoon ($ 2.49) (In-App Purchases Available): Collect heroes to fight monsters in raids with dozen of characters on your phone screen at the same time.
  • Neo-Monster ($ 0.99) (In-app purchase available): Similar to a famous series of Nintendo games … Explore worlds, dodge the tall grass, conquer and fight with thousands of monsters.
  • Shadow of nothing ($ 2.99) (not recommended for children under 13): A noir-style adventure game with a gripping storyline and accessible gameplay.
  • Stickman Ghost 2 ($ 0.99) (includes ads and in-app purchases): Survive an intense Stickman battle in a Star Wars spoof game.

Free iOS apps temporarily in the App Store

Free iOS productivity apps on the App Store for a limited time

  • Asketch (0.99): With the support of Apple Pencil, you can easily draw on your tablet with Asketch, with a gesture-controlled interface, different types of brushes and tools to undo actions.
  • Colorscape – color your photos: in-app purchases possible): Coloring books seem to come back into fashion from time to time. With this app you can turn your photos into color illustrations, both on the iPhone / iPad screen and on paper.
  • InfoGraphic and Poster Creator ($ 0.99): Would you like to create invitations, graphics for websites or presentations? This app offers several templates ready to be customized.
  • MarineTraffic – Vessel Tracking ($ 5.49) (offers in-app purchases): Are you suddenly interested in maritime transport after the Ever Given drama in the Suez Canal? Track key trade routes and understand today’s logistical challenges.
  • Mirror for Samsung TV / LG Smart TV / Sony TV / Chromecast ($ 5.49) (offers in-app purchases): Some newer Smart TV models come with the AirPlay2 system for iPhone / iPad / Mac mirroring compatible. For those who don’t have a compatible TV, the mirror apps can be used to display content from the device on the big screen.
  • Plant light meter ($ 4.99): As the season changes, knowing the right amount of light can ensure the health of your indoor plants. Plant Light Meter suggests the ideal conditions for different types of indoor plants.
  • Snap Markup – Annotation Tool ($ 4.99): Quickly and easily annotate camera photos, screenshots, and more. Snap markup has tools for zooming, marking, arrows, and even blurring and rotating effects.
  • Sticky – Meme & Sticker Maker ($ 0.99) (offers in-app purchases): Create custom animated memes and stickers for use in iMessage, WhatsApp, and other messaging apps. Or explore packs of stickers from people around the world.
  • Virtual backgrounds ($ 0.99) (offers in-app purchases): Working from home and not having time to clean up the mess? Virtual backgrounds contain virtual backgrounds that can be used in the video conferencing app.

Games for iOS are currently free

  • Business Inc. 3D Simulator ($ 2.99) (In-App Purchases Available): Manage your own game developer in this strategy game. Hire (or fire) employees, oversee various projects, and beat the competition!
  • Glory of Generals 3: WW2 ($ 0.99) (In-App Purchases Available): Classic hexagonal style strategy game, compete against the troops of hundreds of famous WWII generals and relive historical battles.
  • Neo Monster ($ 4.90) (In-App Purchases Available): Very similar to a famous line of Nintendo games … Explore worlds, dodge tall grass, conquer and fight against thousands of monsters.
  • Ninjas infinity ($ 10.99) (offers in-app purchases): In this action game you have to overcome traps and enemies (including zombies, of course), learn new techniques on scrolls and master the art of the sword.
  • Rogue Hearts ($ 0.99) (for iPad, in-app purchase possible): After the dungeon Crawler style, these strategy game offers turn-based tactical battles with randomly generated dungeons.
  • Wooden run ($ 0.99): Cut wood to build a ladder in front of your opponents in a simple argument, perfect for passing the time.
  • Veritas ($ 4.99) (Offers in-app purchases): After signing up for a survey, you wake up with amnesia and have to find out what happened, amid puzzles and challenges in a mysterious and dark laboratory setting.

Well, that sums up our list of paid apps that are temporarily free this week! As always, send us your app suggestions and let us know if we’ve missed an important app on this list.

What other temporarily free apps would you recommend to the NextPit community?

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