Apple’s Free App Of The Week Plus 7 Other Paid Apps That Are Now Free

Apple App Store

Right now the App Store has a list of paid apps that are now free. The Calendar 5 app is featured as Apple’s free app of the week, and can be downloaded for free until Thursday, otherwise you’ll have to pay a hefty $6.99.

Calendar 5 is an event and task managing app that makes scheduling your day a lot easier. The app will sync with the stock iOS calendar and Google calendar so that all your appointments and events that you created will automatically show up on Calendar 5. The app has a feature called Natural Language, which allows you to simply speak the event you want added rather than typing it in.

As mentioned above Readdle’s Calendar 5 app is free to download in the App Store until Thursday and runs on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 8 or newer.

A list of other limited time free paid app in the App Store include:

1. Find It: This app lets you find your files and documents on your Mac directly from your iPhone or iPad. You’ll be able to connect with your Mac using Find It to find, share and view files on a local Wi-Fi network.

2. Video Reverse Pro: With Video Reverse Pro after you record a movie you can add special effects such as slow motion and fast motion, reverse video and audio track, rewind part of a video and share it with friends and family.

3. File Opener: This app lets you download, organize and view files on your iPhone or iPad. You can also import content from your PC/Mac. File Opener can support major file types like PDF, TXT, HTML, RTF, DOC/DOCX, XLS/XLSX, JPG/JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP and more.

4. Park Book: With Park Book you never have to worry about where you parked again! Park Book lets you record a zone color, zone/floor number or section letter. You can also record a voice memo, take a picture or type a note. The app is a dedicated note app for parking and features GPS.

5. Remote Pro: Remote Pro allows you to turn your iPhone and iPad into a Wi-Fi keyboard and trackpad. You’ll also be able to launch apps on your Mac from your couch and control the volume during music or movie playback.

6. One Wiki A Day: One Wiki A Day will give you a random Wikipedia article that you can share with your friends, or save for later with Safari’s Reading List pocket.

7. Zombie Hunter: Blast zombies in Zombie Hunter! This arcade style zombie game now features more levels, 8 bosses, missions, achievements, and a leadboards.