• Five Great Free Apps and Games for iOS - March 19th Edition



    In this post, we're going to show you five great free games and applications for iOS from the App Store to help keep you the loop of some neat free games and applications and hey; feel free to download them and give them a try!

    If you missed our previous Five Great Free Apps and Games for iOS, you can head over to this link to read our March 5th edition.

    1. HERE


    HERE is Nokia's own mapping solution, and after being pulled from the iOS App Store over a year ago, they're making a re-appearance in the iOS App Store as of last week. The application has been completely revamped, and unlike the previous version of the mapping solution for iOS, this version is actually worth checking out, as it competes with Google Maps with a cool offline maps feature that doesn't even require an active Internet connection to use. If you're interseted in checking out more about the application, you can read our full post at this link.

    You can download HERE for free from this App Store link.



    2. Circle Surfer


    And to go along with the serious applications, we have a game too; this one's called Circle Surfer. In this game, you are going around a circle and you have to tap to raise the blocks before you run into them. You have to tap at the right time, because when the blocks are raised, they're going to want to fall back down. You definitely don't want the block falling on you while you're trying to move underneath it, so you need to try and time your block-raising at the point where you can slip underneath it unnoticed. Check it out, and get some high scores!

    You can download Circle Surfer for free from this App Store link.



    3. Kickstarter


    Kickstarter has been a long-time favorite application of ours for the iOS platform, and it just recently got a facelift in a new update. This application lets you fund people's ideas, which aim to invent something cool or useful. When you fund an idea, you still get the item you fund, whether it becomes a reality on the market or not, so this is really something you can just browse through for hours and find things you really find interesting. Check it out!

    You can download Kickstarter for free from this App Store link.



    4. Flinch


    Flinch is a fun new online game that takes staring contests to the next level. With this game, you can invite your friends on Facebook, in your contacts, and even complete strangers to participate in a staring contest with you online. The application's software determines who wins by deciding who blinks first. The application also comes with features that you can use to sabotage your opponent to try and force them to blink, such as funny sounds, funny pictures, and more. Check it out!

    You can download Flinch for free from this App Store link.



    5. Inchy


    And last on our list this week, but not least, is an addictive game called inchy. In this game, you play as a caterpillar trying to jump from branch to branch, and the caterpillar does this by biting on the branches. You have to tap as the caterpillar's mouth gets close to the branch, but you can't tap too early and you can't tap too late, or you'll miss the branch and lose. It gets harder as you go because the size of the branches changes, so it tests your patience and your skills. Check it out!

    You can download inchy for free from this App Store link.



    Stay tuned for next week's five great free apps and game for iOS!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Five Great Free Apps and Games for iOS - March 19th Edition started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. Nuff Said's Avatar
      Nuff Said -
      Off topic but does anyone know if the carrier settings update kills off jb?
    1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
      Anthony Bouchard -
      Quote Originally Posted by Nuff Said View Post
      Off topic but does anyone know if the carrier settings update kills off jb?
      I have never heard of a carrier settings update ever killing a jailbreak in history.
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