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Top 3 Free Apps of the Week

As new iOS apps flood the App Store every day — recently topping 840,000 — we know it’s tough to tell which ones are worth their salt. But thanks to our Weekly Scoop, you can have the best for free! Here you’ll find a weekly roundup of the coolest apps free or at a discount for a limited-time only. Each week features the best and brightest from websites like Free App Report, AppsGoneFree, appsfire, and more.

Hurry! Get 'em while they’re hot!

1. Dumb Ways to Die (FREE)

Enjoy this frantic action game as you swipe, tilt, tap, and blow on your phone to save as many adorable little characters as you can.  Prepare to mop up vomit and save your private parts from vicious chomping piranhas! This one is great for a laugh!

2. Bondsy — Trade with Friends (FREE)

 

Got some stuff you’re not sure what to do with? This nicely designed, easy-to-use app will help you get rid of it! With Bondsy, you can buy/sell/trade your unwanted stuff with your friends instead of dealing with strangers of questionable character on Craigslist or eBay.  Better still, you’ll be able to avoid the dreaded yard sale this year!

3. Rhythm Studio ($0.99 from $4.99)

If you’re a musician, you need this app! Rhythm Studio is a universal electronic music making app with killer graphics and fantastic sound. The interface is easy to understand with knobs that turn, switches that slide and buttons you can press.

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While most kids were playing with Transformers and Stretch Armstrong, Harvey was coding on his first computer. And he's never looked back. Harvey helped develop some of the Internet's very first websites. He was an information technology director in the corporate world before bringing his technical expertise to GLAD WORKS in 1999. With a background in systems architecture, database development, programming, e-commerce, search engine optimization, social media, mobile development and all things technical, Harvey keeps GLAD WORKS at the forefront of the e-Industrial Revolution