Today’s Apps Gone Free: Framed, iHydrate, Reminders Widget and More

Determine the outcome of the story, stay happy and healthy by hydrating, and manage reminders via a widget with today’s collection of apps and games.

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Reminders Widget ($1.99 → Free, 7.2 MB): View and add reminders from a widget with Reminders Widget. Those who have a lot of things to recall.

Reminders Widget enhances the way you use reminders. It taps into the native Reminders app in order to pull any entries you’ve already created. You can then access all due or overdue reminders from a convenient Today widget. The widget also allows you to create new reminders, sort reminders, scroll through groups, and complete reminders.

Reminders Widget is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 18 ratings.

iHydrate -Daily Water Tracker & Hydration Reminder ($2.99 → Free, 50.2 MB): Stay happy and healthy by monitoring your water intake with iHydrate. Anyone who wants to lose weight and stay energized throughout the day.

The human body is made up of anywhere from 55 to 60 percent of water, so there’s no denying it’s vital to you health. If you’re looking to stay healthy, look no further than iHydrate. Unlike other apps in the same category, iHydrate not only allows you to track your water intake but also all other beverages you consume throughout the day. This way you can accurately track your intake while also knowing how much of it was from non-water beverages. You’re able to set reminders to ensure you stay hydrated, and you can get visual breakdowns of how well you’ve been doing with a variety of graphs.

iHydrate -Daily Water Tracker & Hydration Reminder is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1744 ratings.

Toddler Learning Games Ask Me Color & Shape Games ($3.99 → Free, 51.2 MB): There’s so much to see in this educational app all about shapes and colors. Children between the ages of three and six.

The app will present your child with a cute and colorful object, and they must find all of the matching ones at the bottom of the screen. Each object is accompanied by hand-clapping music and rhyming narration. The app includes over 100 objects to discover.

Toddler Learning Games Ask Me Color & Shape Games is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 30 ratings.

FRAMED ($3.99 → Free, 340.9 MB): Determine the outcome of the story by rearranging panels of an animated comic book in Framed. Gamers who want something a little different.

Framed is one incredibly unique indie game that you simply can’t pass up. In each scene you’re presented with a sticky situation that you must try to get your character through by changing the outcome of the story. You’re able to do that by swapping panels and then testing your theory by hitting the play button. Some of the later levels require quite a bit of trial and error, but watching the story play out in different ways is all part of the experience. The game also includes a moody, jazzy soundtrack to go along with its noir world.

FRAMED is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 975 ratings.

Pixel Boat Rush ($1.99 → Free, 36.1 MB): Race customizable boats across the finish line in Pixel Boat Rush. Gamers who want endless action.

Pixel Boat Rush requires you to not only race but also destroy your opponents. Touch the right side of the screen to accelerate across the choppy waters. It’s in your best interest to stay close to the water, but you will need to utilize waves to clear obstacles. The left side of the screen is devoted to your weapons and defenses, which can be upgraded along the way. The game includes 15 tracks, 116 events, 64 unlockable and customizable boats, and MFi controller support.

Pixel Boat Rush is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 86 ratings.

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