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5 free apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch worthy of downloading today

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Today's free apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, that are worth getting today includes free updates to the free app “Kindle” and to the free app “YouTube”, according to a Jan. 7 report in 9to5Mac. Plus, there are some hot free games apps too.

“Kindle” has lots of new improvements including an all-new flashcard feature, which converts notes to flashcards for students to study. “YouTube” has refined its search ability so you can easily find videos, playlists and channels at the same time.

Dropping from $2.99 to free today is the awesome game “World War Z”, with it stunning and highly detailed graphics. In this free app you travel the world to rescue your loved ones during a zombie outbreak. This action-packed game has intense combat, upgradeable weapons, challenging puzzles, eerie atmosphere and lots more—including radio broadcasts and email clues.

Besides “World War Z”, the free app “RoboCop” is super-hot today. In this game app with console-quality graphics you help a cyborg (part-human, part-robot) police officer battle both human crooks and robot enemies as you take back the streets of Detroit.

Also trending popular now is the awesome “Cartoon Camera Plus Free” app. Free for today, this camera app gives your photos a cartoon-effect, so they appear as hand-drawn works of art.

A hot download today too, “Ita - A List App To Do List” (Reg. $1.99) is free and rivals the ease of paper. With this free app it's easy and simple to keep and maintain your to-do lists, move things around, reinstate items, share lists with friends and more.

In a big app deal today, “Web to PDF” has dropped its price from $3.99 to free. This app is the complete solution for saving, storing, sharing and printing web content. You can even reorder the info you save and add notes.

“World War Z” is rated 12+ for horror, profanity, violence, mature themes and references to drug, alcohol and tobacco use. This free app supports Game Center, requires iOS 6.0+, is optimized for iPhone 5 and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

'RoboCop” is also rated 12+ for violence and mature themes. This app requires iOS 5.1+, is compatible with iPhone 4+, Pad 2+, iPad mini+, iPad Air and iPod Touch (5G).

“Cartoon Camera Plus Free” requires iOS 4.3+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Web to PDF” is rated 17+ for sexual contact and mature themes. This free app requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and requires iPhone 5.

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