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99 FREE / iPad only It’s a well-known fact that no list of apps is complete without a note-taker thrown in somewhere, and NoteLedge Premium offers a great deal more than what you’re probably accustomed to.99 FREE / iPhone and iPad This little gem, which is tailored for iPhone and iPad alike, is the perfect companion to the videographer / wannabe director. It claims to be accurate to 10m, and with a 4. You can follow us on Twitter, add us to your circle on Google or like our Facebook page to keep yourself updated on all the latest from Microsoft, Google, Apple and the Web.5/5 rating after several hundred votes, looks well worth picking up.


NoteLedge Premium 4. Download it from iTunes here. With an abundance of great coloring effects and some robust controls helping you to refine your clips, it’s one of the best video-capturing tools out there, and given that it’s now free, is even more of a must-download. Download it from iTunes here.

You may also like to check out: Popular Paid iPhone And iPad Apps Gone Free April 2014 Edition Be sure to check out our iPhone Apps Gallery and iPad Apps Gallery to explore more apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Altimeter 0.99 FREE / iPhone and iPad If you like playing tricks on your friends, then Card2Phone will help you to impress folks with some mind-boggling illusions. Download it from iTunes here.

Given that it’s now also free, why not pick it up and showcase your skills Download it from iTunes here. Card2Phone – Magic Trick 3. . Today, we’re going to run through a total of four great apps that can be snapped up for no cost whatsoever over at the App Store, and if your iOS device’s home screen is looking a little scant, then we’ve got the antidote right after the break! Movie360 4.

Developers regularly drop the prices of their apps for limited, promotional periods, and while we tend to gratefully receive whatever discount we can get our paws on, it’s always that bit sweeter when an app or game goes completely free.99 FREE / iPhone only It’s not every day we feature an altimeter here at Redmond Pie, but then again, it’s not every day that one goes free. This little gem will help you to determine altitude using the ASTER Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer. In essence, it’s like a scrapbook maker, offering various vector brushes, marker pens and stamps via in-app purchases, to help you get creative with your notes, whether you’re writing a recipe or scribbling down some rough notations. I guess that is the end of the story.