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Free iPhone apps worth getting, Best Buy offers big iPhone 5s deals

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Free iPhone apps for iPad, iPod Touch worth downloading this weekend include the hilarious but true free iPhone app “Disney – American Presidents”, as Best Buy offers big iPhone 5s deals and more, according to a Feb. 16 report in International Business Times.

“Disney – American Presidents” (Reg. $1.99) gives you a fun look at true profiles of the presidents with lots of fun interactive graphics and games. Did you know, for example, that George Washington is so loved by the American people that almost everyone carries a picture of him in their wallet? (His image is on the one dollar bill). Both the iPhone and iPad versions of this app are free to celebrate President's Day.

Talking about President's Day, Best Buy is offering some big deals on iPhones starting Sunday, Feb. 16. For example, the price of the iPhone 5 is cut to free, the iPhone 5s is is just $150.00 (a $50.00 savings) and the colorful iPhone 5c is selling for just $50.00 (all are the 16GB version in this example). These deals are good until Saturday, Feb. 22 and are on contract.

Free today in a super app deal is “Fog of World” (Reg. 4.99), a really cool app that helps you see what you've done and not done, seen and not seen, in your life so far—and turns your experiences into a fun game of exploration and remembrance.

“Speak 2 Translate – Free Live Voice and Text Translator with Speech” is a title that just about says it all about this indispensable iPhone app. This free app helps you speak instantly in 40 languages with text-to-speech, do voice-to-voice translations in 32 languages and text to text in 72. What's more, any texting that you do here is by dictating, thanks to advanced speech recognition technology.

“Photo Request” (Reg. $2.99) is free today too. This app remotely controls an iPhone, iPad or iPod camera. Just leave your iPhone, iPad or iPod in one location and from another location you can get them to take a photo for you.

“Tale Tapper” is a cool 3D adventure game (Reg. 1.99) where you help Paddy sneak into a king's castle and steal all the gold that the king's Fool stole from you. This fun game depends on you using your brain, not Paddy's sword. In this app you'll discover secrets, solve puzzles, control cameras and interact completely with the physical objects in the environment—just push it and it moves!

“Disney – American Presidents” requires iOS 6.0+, is compatible with iPhone 4+, iPad and iPod Touch. This is also an iPad-only version available for free in the App Store.

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

“Speak 2 Translate – Free Live Voice and Text Translator with Speech” requires iOS 5.0+ is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

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

“Tale Tapper” is rated 9+ for cartoon violence and requires iOS 7.0+. This free app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

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