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

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These free apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch include the new free app for iPhone's “Beats Music” by Dr. Dre that's launching today (Jan. 21). Unlike other free apps for iPhone offering free streaming music, “Beats Music” differentiates itself through better content discovery and a monthly subscription, according to a Jan. 21 report in AppleInsider.

Content discovery in “Beats Music” is by music experts and algorithms to help you discover new music among its library of 20 million songs. You can also search by genre, artist, track, album, and select music based on how you feel, who you're with, where you are, what you're doing and lots more.

“Mezy” is a free app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that changes the way friends send messages. In this free app friends post messages to map locations for friends to discover. When friends visit those locations, the message, photo or video appears in their feed and can deliver a powerful emotional impact. You can download this free app from the iPhone-only section of the App Store.

In a super app for iPhone deal today “Breathing Zone” (Reg. $3.99) is going free. This free app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch helps you perform a five minute daily doctor-recommended and FDA approved breathing exercise that will reduce stress and help manage high blood pressure. This free app includes easy voice instructions, calming sounds and a Breathing Analyzer to measure your breathing rate.

In a different vein, there's the free app, “Beat the Beast” (Reg. 99 cents). This free iPhone app will give you a new experience in video games with 3D environments, HD graphics and 360 degree strategy-action game play in three different worlds. What's more, it's compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch.

Buzzing in downloads today too is the free app for iPhone, “Necta Collecta” (Reg. $2.99), an awesome puzzle game, with 99 levels, chains to unlock and Game Center integration. Here you help flying insects (who move in different patterns) collect nectar from certain flowers.

Fitting for the weather they predict this week, is the free app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, “Dodge & Roll” (Reg. 99 cents). In this app you help a snowball survive in a magical and mysterious winter wonderland by rolling and dodging obstacles, using magical spells and finding surprises that you can use in help this snowball reach home.

“Beats Music” is rated 12+ for mature themes, profanity, violence, simulated gambling, horror and sadism. This free app for iPhone requires iOS 6.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Mezy” requires iOS 6.0+. While this free iPhone app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch it is available for download in the iPhone-only section of the App Store. This free app is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Breathing Zone – Relaxing Breathing Exercises” requires iOS 5.1+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Beat the Beast” is rated 9+ for violence, requires iOS 4.3+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Necta Collecta” requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Dodge & Roll” requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

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