How do you find an App?
With over 500,000 apps in Apple’s app store how do you find the app to fit your needs without breaking the bank? Here is a list of apps that either offer reviews or give you free apps for the day.
Autism Apps (opens in new tab) Free. for the iPhone or iPad. Autism Apps is a comprehensive list of apps that are being used with and by people diagnosed with Autism, Down syndrome and other special needs. The app are broken down into paid, free, iPad, iPhone, price and rating.
Free App Genie (opens in new tab) Free for 30 days. Powered by AppTrakr, it reaches out across the inter-web and shows you all of the app information that you'd see if you were in iTunes, so you don't waste time bouncing back and forth between the app and the app store. It also sorts the free apps by category, then by app popularity.
Free app tracker (opens in new tab) Free. Tracks and displays thousands of apps that were paid but are now free or lower in price. Share app price drops with friends through email, Facebook and Twitter.
Free magic app 2012 (opens in new tab) Free. Every day, MagicSolver selects three apps on the App Store and offer these apps, which are usually paid, totally free for users to download.
Free app finder (opens in new tab) Free. Receive free app alerts and app ratings everyday.
Appsgonefree (opens in new tab) Free. Receive an alert on your iOS device to find out which apps are free. Apps are handpicked and reviewed to help you decide if the app is right for you.
Now that you have saved your money, you can get ready for the iPad 2S/iPad 3!
Vicki Windman is a special education teacher at Clarkstown High School South.