As every week, NextPit has a selection of great deals on mobile apps and games that are normally paid for but are currently free to download from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
This list is updated weekly and two weekly editions are published on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Some apps may have been repaid between the time this article was published and the time you actually read this article. So keep that in mind before you join us in the comments!
If you manage to find an app for free but can’t really use it right now, we recommend that you install the app anyway and then delete it from your device. This way the app becomes part of your app library and you can reinstall it for free if necessary.
Free Android apps and games
Free Android apps for this week
- Digital Dashboard GPS Pro (
€ 1.89)A speedometer app – maybe for your bike.
- Electron Config Pro (7.49
€)An app that can be used to predict the electron configuration for all elements in the periodic table. Suitable for students, teachers and scientists alike!
- Barcode scanner and QR Pro (1.89
€)This barcode scanner is currently free and typically costs around 2 EUR.
- Clean Equalizer & Bass Booster Pro (€ 3.19
)Well, an equalizer app worth trying out. The ratings are mixed.
Free Android Games
- Evertale (
€ 0.59)This RPG usually costs 59 cents but is currently free. Decent 4.4 star rating.
- Minesweeper Pro (
€ 1.39)The right app for minesweeper junkies. Also rated very well with 4.5 stars!
- Flappy Floor | Bird game (
€ 0.59)This Flappy Bird clone is also free this week.
- Flyre (
€ 0.59)A fun game worth trying out
- Retro Pixel (€ 4.99
):This platform game, which usually costs five and features retro graphics, has good reviews.
Free iOS apps and games
Free iOS apps
FitSync for Fitbit
(£ 3.99):You will save almost four euros if you download FitSync for Fitbit quickly on your iPhone now.
Kinoglitch Pro (
€ 4.99): A photo editing app for applying digital mosaic-like “glitch” effects.
(£ 1.09):You can use this tool to download photos and videos from Instagram. Rated with 5 stars – but there are only 6 reviews so far;)
- Midori (10,
99 €): KAGEBUNSHIN NO JUTSU! If you want to understand this phrase, this Japanese dictionary called Midori may be useful for you. Again, I picked it up mainly because of its high price.
- Balance: Meditation & Sleep (£ 54.99): A wellness app with a variety of meditation programs. The offer is not valid for the app, but for the annual subscription, which normally costs € 54.99! However, make sure that auto-renewal is turned off in settings.
(€ 2.29):An app that allows you to scan or digitize documents, including manuscripts (via OCR).
(€ 2.29):A photo app that supports Adaptive Dynamic Range (ADR) that allows you to adjust the dynamic range of your photos.
iOS games in the Apple App Store
- Evertale (€ 0.59
):This role-playing game is currently also free for iOS and is even rated with 4.8 stars. Friends of the genre should grab it!
(€ 1.09):A “ninja platformer” that is advertised as award-winning and is also very well received by fans with 4.5 stars.
Jump’N’Shoot Attack (€ 2.29
):A 4.5-star platformer with a retro look.
Invaders Mini ($ 0.
99): A.classic space invaders that work on iPhone and Apple Watch.
- Moonlight Express
($ 3.99):A visually beautiful and neat game when the hair is even wider after the season. Here you play as a kid who has to replace Santa Claus to run his Moonlight Express delivery service.
(€ 1.09):This game was released in 2015 and has won quite a few awards, mostly for its design. It’s a puzzle game that plays with perspective and shadows. It’s full of in-app purchases, however.
Have you discovered a broken link, is an app no longer free or do you have a tip for us? Then write me a message or leave a comment. Feel free to leave a comment even if you think all the tips are stupid or you have already played the games through – we are open to feedback;)