Today’s Apps Gone Free: Display Go, Carp, Cutie Monsters and More

Share a message, challenge yourself to stop complaining, and put together monster puzzles with today’s collection of apps and games.

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Materials – Commodities Reimagined ($2.99 → Free, 34.5 MB): Track your favorite commodities with Materials. Investors.

Materials provides you with instant insight into the world of commodities. It covers both soft commodities like coffee and cocoa and hard commodities like gold and oil. You’re able to add all of your favorites to a single list and track their price changes in real-time. Tap on a commodity to dig deeper and catch up on the news. You’re also able to create custom price alerts.

Materials – Commodities Reimagined is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 131 ratings.

Week Calendar Widget – full timeline view ($1.99 → Free, 7.3 MB): View all of your calendar events from the Today view with Week Widget. Those who are always looking for new ways to save some time.

Week Widget isn’t a standard calendar app in any way, shape, or form. It taps into your iDevice’s native calendar app in order to populate a Today view widget with everything that’s coming up on your schedule. When you launch the app itself, you’re greeted with ways to customize the look and content of the widget. Week Widget includes a day timeline, a week timeline, and the ability to scroll through days and weeks.

Week Calendar Widget – full timeline view is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 59 ratings.

Carp – 21 Day No Complaint Challenge ($0.99 → Free, 14.3 MB): Challenge yourself to stop complaining with Carp. Anyone who is interested in improving their mental state.

A carp is a fish, but it’s also a verb that describes the action of constantly complaining. You may or may not like fish, but no one likes complaining. Carp will help you stop complaining by challenging you for 21 straight days. All you have to do is download the app and let everyone you know what you’re up to. That way you’ll be held accountable. Each day you go without complaining, the counter will move up. If you find yourself complaining just a little bit, you’ll have to reset the counter and start all over. When the challenge is completed, you can share it via Facebook or Twitter. You can share your failures as well.

Carp – 21 Day No Complaint Challenge is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 8 ratings.

Display Go ○ LED banner that scrolls ticker texts ($1.99 → Free, 24.6 MB): Share a message with Display Go. Creative types.

Display Go makes it easy to share what’s on your mind without saying a word. You’re able to enter an unlimited amount of text. The text can be customized in a wide variety of ways including shape, color, and font. Your message can also repeat and flicker at various speeds. Display Go then allows you to either scroll the message across the screen or create a video that can be shared via Facebook or Twitter.

Display Go ○ LED banner that scrolls ticker texts is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.

Cutie Monsters Jigsaw Puzzles ($1.99 → Free, 84.1 MB): The non-mini version of Paul Smith’s educational app. It helps your child learn to recognize numbers and count just by hanging out with a bunch of Cutie Monsters. Parents looking to educate and entertain their child.

Just like Cutie Mini Monsters, your child is presented with more than 30 beautifully illustrated pages, each featuring an interactive monster that will assist them with recognizing and learning a specific number. They can flip through the pages on their own, or they can listen to the narrator sound out words for them. They’re also able to put together a collection of jigsaw puzzles.

Cutie Monsters Jigsaw Puzzles is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 45 ratings.

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