Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Free apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch worth getting this weekend - Long Island ipad

Free apps for iPhone , iPad , iPod Touch worth getting this weekend include “Google Play Music” which hit the App Store on Friday, according to a Nov. 15 report in MacWorld [1] . This free app is now available in the App Store six months after being originally released in Android's Google Play store (Google Play is the equivalent of the App Store but without the security and malware protections afforded by Apple's App Store).

“Google Play Music” is a streaming music service like “Pandora” and “iTunes Radio”. Like “Pandora”, “Google Play Music” comes in two flavorsâ€"a free version and a subscription version.

The free version lets users upload up to 20,000 songs from their personal music collections on their Mac, Windows or Linux computer to the Google cloud, plus store favorite songs for offline listening.

The subscription version is called “All Access” and lets users listen to an unlimited number songs from a catalog of millions of songs; create custom radio stations (without skip limits) based on artist, album or song and get recommendations. This subscription version is $9.99 a month with the first 30 days free.

Unlike “iTunes Radio” you cannot purchase music from either flavor of this free app.

New to the App Store today is the free price of “What the Frog”, which is trending very popular despite being just released. This free game is “surprisingly fun” (to quote Touch Arcade [2] ) and funny considering its goals are silly and it graphics are low-resolution.

Your aim in this free game is to make the frog, bicycle, washing machine or whatever character appears, jump to met a certain goal. The challenge here is you don't tap the screen to make the character jump. You tap beside the iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch or touch it to shake the screen to make the character jump. There are no ads in this free app and no in-app purchases. Just like in any fun game, controlling it is easy to learn, challenging to master.

The free app “Felt Boardâ€"Mother Goose on the Loose” just hit the App Store today. “Felt Boardâ€"Mother Goose on the Loose” is a free nursery rhyme flannel board app for toddlers and their parents or caregivers. This free educational interactive app brings nursery rhymes to life. For example, children help “Little Bo Peep” find her lost sheep and dance to musicâ€"or they move Jack and Jill up that hill and march with the Duke of York!

“Google Play Music” requires iOS 6.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and optimized for iPhone 5.

“What the Frog” is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, requires iOS 4.3+ and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Felt Boardâ€"Mother Goose on the Loose” is designed for children up to age five, requires iOS 6.1 and is compatible with iPad+.

Check these out:

  1. ^ MacWorld (
  2. ^ Touch Arcade (
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