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Free for Android & iOS: These Pro versions are currently free of charge

Like clockwork at the end of every week, we have a list of premium apps and games for Android and iOS that can be yours for free! Bear in mind that these apps will be free only for a few days. Warm up your download thumbs already, so that you can strike quickly!

Today we have again pieced together a nice app package for you. All of them are premium apps that you normally have to pay for with cold, hard cash, and they are not the same as free apps and free mobile games that are always free.

A few quick things to take note of:

  • If we know that an app will only remain free for a very short time, we will include when the offer ends.
  • Unfortunately for Apple apps, we don’t know when the free period ends.
  • If apps remain free for a longer period of time, we often retain them in our selection. This way, even those who missed one of the previous entries can still enjoy it.

If you want to browse for free offers like we do, you can find them at sites such as or App Sliced. Or you can make it easy for yourself and read Antoine’s article, which gives you valuable tips for bargain hunting: “How to find free apps without being scammed.” You can also point us to relevant deals in the NextPit forum.

Here’s a tip:  If you find an interesting app but can’t really use it right now? Install the app anyway, then delete it from your device. That way, the app will become part of your app library, and you can install it again for free when you need it. This is a good way not to miss out on a short-lived promo.

Free Android apps and games

Free Android Apps

  • 3D Anatomy ($2.99[Ends today!]: With this app, you can get to know every square millimeter and part of your body. Ben already recommended 3D Anatomy in a separate article.
  • Prometheus News Feeds ($2.99): Here is a very simple but nice news reader that also lists newspapers apart from English ones. You can bookmark news, as well as highlight text passages and make notes.
  • Classic eReader ($2.99): Also simple and intuitive, this reader presents books in Epub format.
  • Gallery No Ads 2020 ($0.99[Ends in three days!]: Every smartphone already has a built-in gallery application. But this app brings about some additional features, such as the ability to create password-protected albums.

Free games for Android

  • Mental Hospital 3 ($0.99): Where should a first-person horror game be set? Of course, in an old, abandoned mental hospital. Rated 4.2 stars.
  • Sudoku Ultimate (no ads) ($1.99[Ends in three days!] Finally, another free Sudoku appears in the list. It’s about time, isn’t it?
  • Monster Numbers Full Version ($2.49): Here we have a 4.4-star rated math game, which targets young kids.
  • Stickman Legends: Shadow Fight ($0.99[Ends in three days!]: Another stickman title, this time in the form of an RPG and PvP hybrid. It can also be played offline.
  • 9 God Blessing Knight ($9.99): Idle RPGs, one of those game genres that I’ve never really understood. But hey, you’re saving $9.99, so I would recommend it.
  • Legend Guardians: Epic Heroes ($0.99): Action-heavy RPG that lets you take your hero into offline battles.
  • Space Shooter Premium ($0.99): A shoot-’em-up game where you are in space and have to survive waves of enemies while gaining upgrades for your ship and weapons to go further in the game
  • Empire Warriors TD Premium ($0.99[Ends this Sunday!]: A premium version of a F2P tower defense game, where you begin the game with an additional hero plus coins and extra items

Free iOS Apps & Games

Free Apps for iOS

  • 3D Anatomy ($2.99): Also for iOS, 3D Anatomy is an app that helps you learn human anatomy, and it is currently free. Since the Android version will no longer be free from tomorrow onward, you better be quick for the iOS version too!
  • Safety Photo+Video Pro ($4.99): We’ve offered this tool to you here before. An app that makes sure your private photos on your iPhone remains private by protecting them with passwords.
  • Phone Drive: File Storage Sync ($2.99): Turns your iPhone into a wireless flash drive that lets you manage your files. Includes a PDF reader, image viewer, text editor, voice recorder, and much more.
  • thankful ($1.99): What are you thankful for? It can make life a lot easier to realize that more often. And that’s exactly what this app does – daily!
  • Sheiko – Workout Routines ($12.99): Yes, 14 euros is what you’d normally pay for if you want to build more muscles and lift weights with the help of this app.
  • Universal Remote ($9.99): This app transforms your smartphone into a universal remote, allowing you to control TVs, set-top boxes, and receivers, as well as your smart-home hardware like the thermostat or lights.
  • Syndromi ($2.99): A third-party YouTube client that lets you watch videos in both full-screen and picture-in-picture modes. You have control over your subscriptions, can comment, and do virtually everything else a YouTube client should be able to do.
  • Tube Browser – Ad Blocker ($3.99): The author of this app promises to block all ads displayed on YouTube by playing the content in a proprietary interface.
  • Nippon Cam ($0.99): While there is a reference to Japan in the app’s name, it’s not by chance or marketing. According to the developer, the app applies filters that adds a Japanese look to your photos.
  • ($2.99): A mix of a dictionary and game, learn new words of the English language.
  • Emoji Camera ($0.99): Another photo app that spruces up your pictures with emojis and appropriate filters.
  • Photo Widget ($0.99): This app lets you place as many photo galleries as you want in the form of a widget on your screen.

Free games for iOS

  • iPingpong 3D ($0.99): Fancy a game of table tennis? You can, although I don’t think it’s the best implementation of the sport on a phone.
  • Dirt Bike Rider Stunts Race 3D ($7.99): A motorcycle game that lets you perform all the stunts on your bike that you’re most likely fail to pull off in real life.
  • Puzzles & ELF™:Epic War OF UGC ($0.99): I don’t understand this casual game. The rating is great (4.6 stars), the reviews are the opposite. That’s why you need to install the game, so you can tell an Android user like me what’s the fuss all about!
  • Bike Life! ($0.99): In this game, you are on a bike. Ride as carefully as possible through the streets and it is best to avoid colliding into cars or pedestrians.
  • Match Attack! ($2.99): A simple matching game, which is still ranked 90th among board games in the App Store.
  • Astrå ($0.99): Go through all 32 stages as Hemera fights the darkness in this game that boasts charming visuals and intuitive gameplay.
  • Bomb ($0.99): Sporting a noir look with gameplay inspired by the classic Missile Command (from before most of the audience was born), Bomb challenges you to protect a city using guided missiles to fend off incessant waves of bombs.
  • Card Crawl ($4.99): This card game mixes the classic Solitaire style with dungeon crawling games. Curious? Download it now!. It is rated at 4.8 stars.
  • Card Thief ($2.99): Yet another card game, Card Thief deserved a place in our article on the best strategy games, so there is no excuse for not downloading this game!
  • Maze Machina ($1.99): In this turn-based puzzle game, you take on the role of the hero as he struggles through a mechanical maze that is constantly changing.
  • Mage Chess ($0.99): A reimagined version of the traditional chess game with alternative layouts, spells, and special rules.
  • ReFactory: Factory Simulator ($3.99): Dominate an alien planet by developing technologies and building factories to explore and conquer the unknown.

That’s it for today! At the end of the week, we will have another list with apps and games temporarily free. To remain clued in on our updates, follow NextPit on FacebookTwitter. and Telegram to be notified of any new news! See you soon!

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