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6 free iPhone apps for iPad, iPod Touch worth getting today

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The free iPhone apps for iPad, and iPod Touch worth getting today begins with a free update to the app, “Crazy Camera”. This free iPhone app boasts so many live filters, colors and different perspectives that the creative possibilities for the digital artist are almost limitless, according to a Jan. 21 report in AppCraver.

Updated for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, this free app has a new iOS 7 optimized user interface for easy navigation, new filters with more color gradients and the ability to save favorites. You can also share your creations on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, AirDrop and more.

Exploding in downloads today too, is the hot game, “Atomic Fusion: Particle Collider”. In this awesome free iPhone app you are a Quantum Physicist who is charged with manipulating matter, antimatter, plasma waves and photons to create elements. This free app, compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch has tons of achievements and challenges.

In a super app deal, “StarWars: Pinball 2” (Reg. $1.99) is free today. This popular free iPhone app lets you support either the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire as you interact with Darth Vader and other iconic characters and relive the StarWars saga.

Red-hot in downloads today is a free app game, “Dumb Ways to Die”, said to be a favorite of supermodel Kate Moss. Different from most games, this hilarious free app contains 15 mini-games, which challenge you in games ranging from protecting a character's private parts from piranhas and wiping a screen clean of puke, to not inviting a psycho killer for a visit.

Bursting in downloads is a camera app that's free today in an awesome app deal. “Burst Mode – High Speed Camera”, lets you catch fast action shots, when the actions lasts only a split-second. You can even create an awesome photo sequence or video from the frames.

Popular today to is “Data Cellular Counter Pro” (Reg. 99 cents), which is free today in a nice app deal. This free app's got you covered when it comes to protecting you from exceeding your daily, weekly or monthly data usage limit. This free iPhone app (compatible with iPad) keeps an eye on your data traffic in real time and updates you with info so you can use your iPhone, or cellular-connected iPad, worry-free. What's more, this free app works with all wireless carriers.

“Crazy Camera” requires iOS 7.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Atomic Fusion: Particle Collider” requires iOS 4.0+, is compatible with iPhone 3GS+, iPad+, iPod Touch (3G+) and is optimized for iPhone 5. This free app also supports Game Center.

“StarWars: Pinball 2” is rated 9+ for violence and requires iOS 5.1+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Dumb Ways to Die” is rated 9+ for violence. This free iPhone app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Burst Mode – High Speed Camera” requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone+, iPad 2+, iPad mini+, iPod Touch (4G+) and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Data Cellular Counter Pro” requires iOS 6.1+ and is optimized for iPhone 5. This free iPhone app is compatible with iPad and iPod Touch too.

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