Best Paid iPhone Apps You Can't Afford To Miss, Especially When They're All Free
Top 10 Paid iPhone Apps Gone Free For Limited Time; Hurry Before Offer Runs OutREUTERS/Robert Galbraith

Apple iPhone users are in for a treat once again as some of the best paid apps on iTunes have been made free for a limited period.

Some iPhone users, who missed out on the best paid apps that were offered for free last week, can download them now.

Developers of several useful and well-rated iTunes apps have removed the price tags from the items in the hope to get more users on the network. We have handpicked 10 paid apps that are currently available for free. It is not clear though for how long the offer will last; so, act fast if you find your favorite paid app on sale.

  • Paper Keyboard: This app is unique and worth grabbing. The app allows users to type on a paper by placing the iPhone on a PDF printed file. Simply place the iPhone on the marked area and the camera will be able to sense finger movements on the paper to display letters on the screen with innovative algorithms. It can be used to play games, chat with friends, email within the app and more. Usually, the app sells for $0.99, but thanks to the offer, iPhone users can get it for free now.
  • ProCam 2: As the name suggests, ProCam2 brings professional camera experience to iPhone with advanced customization options. The app's regular price is $1.99, but at present it is available for free.
  • Pics2Mov: Yet another camera app for iPhone users that creates beautifully crafted videos of still images. Users can add music of their choice in the background and also upload pictures from Facebook. There are several other features within the app to explore. Normally selling for $1.99, Pics2Mov is available as a free download now.
  • Sapphire Radio: This app is a foreign radio that broadcasts music of different genres and generations. The app's usual price is $0.99, but it is available for free for a limited time.
  • Flying Yeezy: The app features a similar gameplay like the addictive Flappy Bird, but with Kanye West as the character. You can play with friends and cross obstacles to beat their high scores. The price of the app is $0.99, but is up for grabs for free now.
  • Tail Drift: According to the app's description by PocketGamer, Tail Drift is a Mario Kart in the tubes of the sky. There are events, tracks, planes and more to choose from in the gameplay. You can get it for free now, instead of paying $1.99 later.
  • Hollow Words: This app is being offered for free only on Friday as it will be priced at $0.99 from Saturday. It is basically a puzzle game where users guess the word or phrase of a visual presentation. Level up with every correct answer.
  • iDrated: iDrated has been chosen as the app of the day on iTunes and is being offered as a free download. This app keeps your hydration levels up with regular logging and alerts when to drink. After the limited period offer runs out, the app will be listed for $1.99.
  • Tymеr: This app is an organizer for multiple tasks. It supports gesture controls to manage several alarms. The app is offered for free now, but it usually sells for $0.99.
  • Secure Filebox: Usually listed for $1.99, Secure Filebox helps users store, organize, share files and conduct AES256-encrypted discussions. This free app is available with all of its unlocked features like a scanner, camera, voice recorder, back up, transfer, Airdrop and more.

These apps were listed for free at the time of writing and subject to change anytime. If the apps show a price on iTunes, it means the offer has ended and downloading will incur a charge.

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