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7 free apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch for downloading now

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Free apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch running hot today include the hilarious free app, “I'd Cap That 2+” (Reg. $1.99), as 9to5Mac reports (Jan. 22) the new free app for iPhone, “Beats Music” is so popular that downloads are challenging server capacity and creating launch issues for some users. As a result, “Beats Music” (now #1 Music App in iTunes) says that everyone who registers this week gets an additional 7 free days added to the 7 day free trial.

You can read more about “Beats Music” in this free iPhone app report.

The free app “I'd Cap That 2+” is the best way to add hilarious captions to photos and create animated GIFs. One cool feature of this free app is you can let the app choose the caption for you. You can also edit captions, select from a captions list and share your captioned photos and GIFs. This app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Talking about photos, today's free “Photo Sharing Pro” (Reg. 99 cents) lets you send as many photos as you want in one email—even the whole photo album. Just tap on the photos and tap “GO!” Sharing pics doesn't get easier.

In an awesome app deal today “Where's My Mickey? XL” (Reg. 2.99) is free today. Funny cartoons combine with fun puzzles to complete each story. There are five episodes and 100 levels to this game app, along with collectibles to unlock and bonus levels.

In another super app deal today, “5coins – Spend Everyday” (Reg. $1.99) is free today too. This free app for iPhone uses a simple interface to track your daily expenses—lunch, coffee, grocery and so on. This app's intuitive calendar discovers and displays expense trends.

“Glory of Generals” (Reg. 99 cents) is a free, super-hot download today. You aim in this game is to go from soldier to marshal by winning battles. There are 60 campaigns in four battlefields with 300 different maps. You also have to upgrade military facilities and recruit any of 102 famous generals to help you.

Trending hot today too is the free game, “Hipster Smackdown”. In 48 levels and 3 different environments you're challenged to get a hipster as far away as possible. With challenging game play, an original soundtrack and an ability to compete with friends for the highest score, this free app for iPhone is lots of fun.

“Lord of Zombies” (Reg. $1.99) is free today is an nice app deal. In this action game you lead a zombie army to conquer the humans. Here you build a army of zombies, challenge Bosses, get advanced weapons and transform humans into zombies.

“I'd Cap That 2+” is rated 17+ for horror, profanity, crude humor, mature themes and violence. This free app for iPhone is optimized for iPhone 5 and is available for free download in the iPhone-only section of the App Store. This app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

“Photo Sharing Pro” requires iOS 7.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Where's My Mickey? XL” is rated 9+ for fantasy violence and supports Game Center. This app requires iOS 5.0+ and is compatible with iPad 2+.

“5coins – Spend Everyday” requires iOS 7.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Glory of Generals” is rated 9+ for fantasy violence and supports Game Center. This free app requires iOS 4.3+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Hipster Smackdown” is rated 9+ for fantasy violence, requires iOS 4.3+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Lord of Zombies” is rated 9+ for simulated gambling and fantasy violence. This free app is compatible with iPhone 4+, iPad 2+, iPad mini+, iPad Touch (4G+) and is optimized for iPhone 5.

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