Today’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch apps for free daily include a remote desktop app, slot based RPG, TV show tracker, gravity based platformer, and a couple of bonuses. A number of apps drop from paid to free on a daily basis*, and we pick the top four everyday, as many of the others aren’t worth your time even for free. Everyday we try to pick apps that are worth spending money on, but are now free to download, and here they are. Expect a lot of apps on sale for free over the coming days as we approach Black Friday.
*Price drops are temporary, and usually last for just 24 hours, so be quick to download.
Remoter VNC – Remote Desktop ($2.99 -> Free, Universal): A remote desktop app that is jam packed with options as it connects with Windows and Mac with support for the full keyboard, virtual trackpad, multiple monitors, copy/paste, macros, adjustable zoom, full screen retina, and more. The app also claims to have secure connections, and great speed.
Tower of Fortune 2 ($1.99 -> Free, Universal): A slot based RPG where you simply spin to create different attacks against a wide range of opponents. The game is feature rich with over 60 enemies, 20 hero skills, nine worlds, seven mini games, and much more. There’s also a new combo system, and a camp in the sequel.
iShows ($1.99 -> Free, iPhone): A deluxe app to help you keep track of the different TV shows you watch. The app makes it easy to search, and manage shows with the latest episodes, and upcoming airing dates. There are multiple themes for a clean design with touch gesture support.
Naught 2 ($0.99 -> Free, Universal): In Naught, you play in an underground world where you have the ability to rotate the world 360 degrees just by spinning your device. Everything you do revolves around manipulating gravity across 30 levels. The sequel includes enhanced controls, procedural animations, new mechanics, and more.
Bonus: Lapse It Pro • Time Lapse Professional ($1.99 -> Free, iPhone): A time lapse photography app that lets you capture a stunning collection of frames at up to 1080P. There’s a smooth interface to adjust frame rate, add asoundtrack, render to MP4 or MOV, trim videos, and upload them to YouTube, Vimeo, and more.
Sky Tourist ($1.99, Universal) [Review]: A unique puzzle platformer that offers a new mechanic that relies on using your left and right thumbs in tandem. The style is seen in Finger Balance, as you move both of your thumbs in the same direction to move your character in that direction, and then move your thumbs in opposite directions to slide your character to either side of the screen. There are three worlds with 75 levels filled with all kinds of challenging puzzles that block the way upwards.