Some of the freebies were originally priced up to 20 dollar.
Washington: Software manufacturer Apple reportedly offered free iPad and iPhone apps to its users via its App Store on Monday with possible conjunction of the store’s fifth anniversary.
Some of the freebies were originally priced up to 20 dollars like Traktor DJ, which is a suite of tools for mixing and recording music that usually goes for 19.99 dollars, CNN reports.
According to the report, other games included ‘Infinity Blade II’, ‘Where''s My Water?’, ‘Tiny Wings’, MapMyRide+, photo-text app Over and recipe app How to Cook Everything which werer offered for free.
Apple officials did not immediately respond for more information on free apps, and it is considered that the apparent promotion will be part of the company’s effort to celebrate July 10, 2008, the day App Store went live as an update to iTunes, the report added.