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Best Free Apps on the Apple App Store. (Week 2)

This evening, I am glad to say we are finally doing my favorite type of app in the App Store: Quick Fix games. (Or in other words, games you can play in an extra five minutes).

Best Quick Fix Games

Winner: Bejeweled Blitz.
This app is not only fun and addicting, but can become fierce competition between you and your Facebook friends. What makes this game great is that it’s only a 60 second burst, so that you can play a full round in spare time. The only downfall is that having not having competition with friends may make it less enjoyable, but still a great, fun app.

Runner Up: Flow Free
This app is a puzzle game where you have to try to solve color-coded patterns and charts. Its downfall is that it can get quite hard and it is confusing at first, but the game itself is quite nice. It really is addicting!

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Best Free Apps on the Apple App Store (Week 1 – Sports)

Let’s face it: there are so many apps out there, but none of us truly know what we would do with half of them. Some apps seem useful, but just don’t fit into our lifestyle. Thus, I have categorized a number of my favorite apps and picked the winner and the runner-up.¬†Each category will be released on Saturday nights, so check out what app is the winner each week!

Best App to Get in the Game 

Winner: CBS Sports App

This app is truly the best all-around sports app on the market. It has a simple home screen where you can see all the scores from the games you choose, and it also provides news about your favorite teams. It’s game-feed feature is the best thing you can get without watching or listening to a live broadcast, and runs smoothly.

Runner-up: ESPN Scoreboard

While this app does what much of CBS Sports does, the app is limited when it comes to news and it sometimes glitchy on the device. However, the app is in no way a bad app. I actually have both.

 

Next week is best quick-fix games!

 

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