Today’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch apps for free daily include a deluxe note taking app, plant reference app, journal app, and photo gallery app. 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.
*Price drops are temporary, and usually last for just 24 hours, so be quick to download.
Notability ($2.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]: A deluxe note taking app that offers support for typing, handwriting, audio, sketching, annotating, and more, all combined within one note. You can create extremely valuable notebooks with Notability, and it makes your iOS device a great tool to jot down any kind of notes you can think of whether it’s in school, or practically any situation. It may be the best note taking app around.
Landscaper’s Companion ($4.99 -> Free, iPhone): A deluxe reference guide that is applicable to professional landscapers, or around the house gardeners. The app includes information on over 26,000 plants across 17 categories with photos, sun exposure, water usage, bloom times, growth rate, and more. You can also manage your own plants with notes, project ideas, and photos. Landscaper’s Companion HD ($7.99 -> Free): The iPad version.
Jou ($2.99 -> Free, Universal): A journal app that makes it easy to catalog your important moments with quick entry icons to describe the day’s mood, productivity, weather, and focus. The app includes either a timeline list, or calendar view with support for text & photos for any individual entry. Also, everything can be synced to Evernote.
Fotos ($0.99 -> Free, iPhone): A deluxe alternative to the standard camera roll app that presents your photos in a whole new way with stylized views. You can create albums, view big thumbnails, search for photos, rename entries, effortlessly share, add tags, swipe full screen, and more. The app is a stand alone offering that doesn’t destroy your camera roll photos.