Apps Gone Free notifies users about discounts on apps.
There are a lot of times that I will pay attention to the ‘free’ apps in the iTunes App Store rather than the ‘pay for’ apps because I just don’t want to spend the money. That’s why I’m glad to have Apps Gone Free in my arsenal now.
Apps Gone Free shows users the daily discounts that are available on the hundreds of apps that reduce their prices for a limited time. It can be excruciating looking for these apps on your own by scrolling through the endless lists of apps in the App Store. Apps Gone Free does the work for you. In one simple digest, it shows you the apps that are handpicked by AppAdvice.com experts. Every day, they look through the App Store for apps that meet the following requirements:
- 3-star rating or better
- Haven’t been free multiple times
- Don’t include outside ads
Apps Gone Free was originally created for AppAdvice.com readers who were looking to get great apps without spending large amounts of money. The developers began reaching out to their readers by providing mailing lists and then later, Apps Gone Free.
There is even a feature within Apps Gone Free called, AppBump, that allows users to suggest apps for discount. Apps Gone Free administrators will approach developers and let them know there is an interest for their app.
The best part about Apps Gone Free is that it’s free to download. Apps lists are generally available by 9AM PST. Watch the video below to see how it works.
Apps Gone Free was created by AppAdvice