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5 free iPhone apps for iPad, iPod Touch you'll want to get today

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Free iPhone apps for iPad, and iPod Touch start with the awesome free iPhone app, “GRE Vocab Genius” (Reg. $9.99) for students and the super-cool free app for kids “Little Fox Music Box” (Reg. $2.99). Talking about music, the free music app “Spotify” now offers the free service “Forgotify”, a new discovery engine that helps you discover millions of unplayed songs that no one has heard before, according to a Jan. 30 report in TechCrunch.

“GRE Vocab Genius” is a fast way for students to quickly learn new vocabulary words, which they can use to crush the verbal section of the GRE or other standardized tests. But this app is also a good review for adults who want to increase their vocabulary. Learning 2,000 words and their roots was never faster that with this app's learning system. You can download this app for free at the App Store.

The free app “Little Fox Music Box” is an interactive songbook with more than 100 interactive elements and amazing animations from Heidi Wittlinger, a author of books for children. Children can, for example, listen to the song “Old McDonald” while changing seasons on his farm.

“Spotify”, which is a free music app like “Pandora”, “Beats Music” and “iTunes Radio” (among others), now offers “Forgotify”, a way to listen for free to the four million songs in its catalog that have never been streamed. By this very definition, once one of these unplayed songs is played, the track will be removed and not played again, which makes listening to “Forgotify” oddly poignant: you are listening to songs that were never heard before and will never be heard again. Just click “Forgotify” and sign in to “Spotify” to take a listen.

Super-hot in downloads is the awesome “Car Club: Tuning Storm” (Reg. $1.99) that's free today. Is this stunning 3D app, you customize cars with hundreds of replaceable parts to create your speed dream car and then you test it to the limit by drag racing.

Breaking out in popularity today is the free iPhone app, “Escape from Paradise” (Reg. 99 cents). In this strange adventure game with stunning graphics you help Devi escape from heaven and take up his true path. There are 150 exciting levels across five themed worlds and you can change Devi's skin which gives you different game abilities.

Climbing the charts is the addictive free app, “Unroll Me – Unblock the slots”, a digital anodyne (this reporter's been playing around with the “GRE” app mentioned above) where you move slots to create a path for a white ball to roll to its red destination.

“GRE Vocab Genius” requires iOS 7, is optimized for iPhone 5 and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

“Little Fox Music Box” requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Car Club: Tuning Storm” supports Game Center and requires iOS 4.3+, is optimized for iPhone 5 and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

“Escape from Paradise” supports Game Center and requires iOS 5.0+, is optimized for iPhone 5 and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

“Unroll Me – Unblock the slots” requires iOS 4.3+ and is optimized for iPhone 5. This free iPhone app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

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