Today’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch free apps daily include a path drawing puzzle game, recording studio app, reading utility, and fun kids 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.
Blek ($2.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]: A puzzle game in which you get to draw your solution right on the screen. The goal of every level is to draw a line that flows through every colored orb, while avoiding all black orbs. It starts out simple enough as you draw straight lines, but soon you need to draw complex patterns that snake through multiple hazards. The main challenge arises from the fact that the line you draw is limited to the first colored orb it interacts with.
AmpliTube ($19.99 -> Free, iPhone): A recording studio app that supports guitar & bass rigs with up to 6 stomps, 1 amp, and 1 cab with 2 mics. There are over 100 gear models available with professional quality sounds. There are also multiple integrated loopers, and it’s easy to manage each recording track individually. AmpliTube for iPad ($19.99 -> Free, iPad): The iPad version.
Summbot ($0.99 -> Free, iPhone): An interesting news reading app that can sum up any text you throw at it. You can paste in a link or a block of text, and the app will summarize it into key points that you can read in seconds.
Peekaboo Universe ($2.99 -> Free, iPad): A kids app that provides a hidden object challenge for little ones. There are 10 ornately illustrated planets to explore in search of seven cute aliens. There’s a different theme for each planet, and the app is designed for kids in the difficulty level, intuitive controls, and lack of time limit, in-app purchases, and advertising.