Today’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch free apps daily include a rhythm based puzzler, remote dekstop app, windy adventure, movie collection app, 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.
*Price drops are temporary, and usually last for just 24 hours, so be quick to download.
Circadia ($0.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]: A new game that perfectly embodies simplicity by providing a rhythm based game that is unlike anything you’ve experienced before. You begin by simply trying to get each tone to hit the white dot at the same time, and there are only two different tones to start. The tones are different pitches and colors, and lower pitches move slower while higher pitches move faster. The game is extremely high on timing as you tap each dot to begin the note, and try to have each note reach the white dot at the same time across 100 levels.
Remoter VNC – Remote Desktop ($1.99 -> 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.
LostWinds ($3.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]:Your goal is to help and guide the little boy Toku, using the wind spirit Enril across the puzzle platformer levels. The game was first made for the Wii, but has now transitioned to the iOS with full touch controls. You simply swipe your finger on screen to create a breeze, and as you advance you gain more wind power at your fingertips. The game features a deluxe world with multiple paths to explore as you blow all around.
Movist ($0.99 -> Free, Universal): A movie collection app letting you add the movies you have, as well as the movies you want to keep track of. The app includes a movie poster grid interface as you browse your collection and wishlist, and you can tap on any movie to see details, trailer, run time, and iTunes link.
Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf ($4.99 -> Free, Universal): The Lone Wolf is back in a brand new story by Joe Dever. The game combines gamebook, and RPG into one deluxe adventure that comes with ornate 3D visuals. There’s a dynamic turn based combat system with multiple choice options to create your own story in the gamebook potion. Episode one is now free.
SlamBots ($1.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]: It’s an action packed high score assault that is all about slamming everything on screen. Each time you play, it’s the same set-up with four platforms on the side of the screen, and your main character that bounces automatically. Flying enemies continually pop-up, and your goal is to gain the high ground, so you can come crashing down on their heads. The game is titled SlamBots for a reason as you can hold the screen to slam on an enemy’s head which increases your combo multiplier.