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6 free apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch for downloading today

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The free apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch for today's downloading starts with a new free app for iPhone that lets users watch Google movies and television. The free app is called “Google Play Movies & TV” and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, according to a report in AppleInsider (Jan. 15).

While this free app allows iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users to view Google Play movies and television shows, users wanting to purchase Google Play movies and television shows must first visit the Google Play website.

A super-hot download today is “Box for iPhone and iPad”, a free app that also gives you 50GB of free storage. With this free app you can manage and work on all your files and photos, whether you're using your iPhone, or iPad, desktop or web. Features of this free app include PDF, PowerPoint and Word viewers.

Exploding in download numbers today is a game about a pregnant MotherGoo who burst across the universe. Your mission here is to collect all her goo pieces and put them back together again, like Humpty Dumpty (although hopefully with a better result). There are three bosses who will try to stop you, so be warned. This free app for iPhone is called “Vertigoo” and is compatible with iPad and iPod Touch.

Popular today too is “Yoga with Janet Stone” (Reg. $4.99), an app that's free in a super deal today. Whether you are a yoga beginner or advanced practitioner, this free app guides you to a vigorous approach to Vinyasa yoga with over 100 yoga flows, hours of yoga music, medications, six programs that change daily and more.

Talking about rhythm, today's there's a free app for iPhone that creates stop motion animations, “iStopMotion for iPad” (Reg. $9.99). With this free app you can also create time-lapse recordings or, using camera overlay, you can see changes occur instantly. What's more, you can set-up a free remote camera (“iStopMotion Remote Camera” app) and share you creations on YouTube, through DropBox and more.

Running hot today too is “The Magic Egg”, a 99 cent app that's free today. In this relaxing and challenging game, you crack an egg and build shapes with its nine pieces. This free app has three difficulty levels, more than 200 puzzles and a hint system.

“Google Play Movies & TV” is rated 12+ for profanity, violence, mature themes, horror and gambling. This free app for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch requires iOS 6.0+ and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Box for iPhone and iPad” requires iOS 6.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Vertigoo” is rated 9+ for violence and supports Game Center. This free app for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch requires iOS 6.0+ and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Yoga with Janet Stone” is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, but is found in the iPhone-only section of the App Store. This free app requires iOS 4.3+ and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“iStopMotion for iPad” like “iStopMotion Remote Camera”, requires iOS 5.1+, is compatible with iPad 2+ and iPad mini+. “iStopMotion Remote Camera” is available for iPad and iPhone.

“The Magic Egg” requires iOS 4.3+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

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