Get immersed in a special installment starring the Dark Knight, track on and off-road cycling sessions, manage classwork, make music even better, and show the world just how easy it is to go “green” with today’s collection of apps and games.
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Runtastic Mountain Bike Ride & Route Tracker PRO ($4.99 → Free, 55.4 MB): Track, log, and share your mountain bike rides, wherever they may go. People who enjoy outdoor bicycling.
Runtastic Mountain Bike Pro’s real-time data is second to none. You won’t find a more accurate ride tracking app in the App Store. It’s able to record your trip, duration, distance, altitude, and calories burned. All of the data can be synced online and shared with others, so you won’t have to take your journey alone. If you’re going for a ride in an area with poor cellular coverage, you can choose to download map data ahead of time for offline viewing. The app even includes weather data, Pebble support, voice detection, and automatic pause detection.
Runtastic Mountain Bike Ride & Route Tracker PRO is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1541 ratings.
Build-a-lot 4: Power Source (Full) ($2.99 → Free, 154.9 MB): Invest in green energy and make your cities grow in this strategy game. Fans of games such as Sim City.
Building a rich and prosperous city deals with more than just real estate and construction supplies. In Build-a-lot 4, you’ll have to take energy resources into consideration in order to make your city glow. As you make your way through the four big campaigns you’ll be tasked with turning barren land in to a bustling metropolis by erecting houses, towering skyscrapers, shops, and entertainment venues all while taking their energy consumption into consideration. Build too fast and your grid will collapse. Rely on too much of one type of energy and your system will overload. The game includes a total of 68 levels to enjoy.
Build-a-lot 4: Power Source (Full) is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 187 ratings.
Batman – The Telltale Series ($4.99 → Free, 850.5 MB): Take part in a new series starring the Dark Knight. Adults who are Batman fans.
Gotham’s crime waves never end and, of course, Mr. Bruce Wayne, or rather his alter ego, will set out to thwart the wrongdoers. However, in this installment, you’ll aid Batman in his quest to clean up the city. As the story unfolds, you will be able to choose how the Dark Knight responds by selecting dialog, target enemies with various weapons and gadgets, and assist in fight scenes by executing promptly timed touch gestures, plus more. Enjoy the first episode for free.
Batman – The Telltale Series is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 1060 ratings.
Equalizer+ Pro Music Player and Volume Booster ($3.99 → Free, 49.7 MB): Improve the sound of your favorite songs and albums with Equalizer Pro. Anyone who wants more control over the way their music sounds.
We really like Equalizer Pro because it’s so easy to get great results. If you like to fiddle around with your sound, you can manually adjust the equalizer bars. If you just want to hear your music in its best possible form, choose from the 23 professional effects. While your music is playing you can activate one of the 10 visualizers and watch as they react in real-time. The app also includes the ability to adjust the equalizer quality and output gain. Equalizer Pro is able to tap into your SoundCloud and Spotify accounts as well.
Equalizer+ Pro Music Player and Volume Booster is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 908 ratings.
Sigma: Student Task Planner ($1.99 → Free, 44.2 MB): Organize and manage your classwork. Students
From daily assignments and essay projects to upcoming quizzes and exams, Sigma Student Task Planner will help you keep track. For courses/classes, the app supports block, period, or time-based scheduling, course/class name, course/class code, teacher/professor name, teacher/professor email address, room ID, and any one of several icons. For tasks, you can enter a title/very brief description, signify the type, select a due date, choose a reminder time, and add any further details, if needed. Once logged, tasks can be viewed by course/class or via a calendar layout. As a bonus, the iMessage app extension allows even easier sharing among your classmates, etc.
Sigma: Student Task Planner is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 8 ratings.
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