Today is Friday, the start of the weekend, but most importantly, today is the day we give away a bunch of iOS apps.
This week, we’ve got no less than 38 promo codes to distribute to our loyal and fast iDB readers. As usual, it’s on a first come first served basis because these codes can only be used once.
If you don’t know how this works, I suggest you read our post on how to redeem promo codes. Good luck…
We want to thank all the developers who made this giveaway possible. If you’re a dev and want to give your app away on iDB, get in touch with us.
Shanghai Mahjong, one of the most popular games of all time, returns in this definitive edition. Whether you have two minutes or two hours you’ll quickly lose yourself in this classic tile-matching obsession. Shanghai has been carefully designed to look amazing on whichever device you decide to run it on: iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
You can download Shanghai Mahjong for both the iPhone and iPad for $0.99 in the App Store.
Which browser have you been using lately on your iOS device? If its not iBrowse The Web Pro, well, then you have missing out on the great features iBrowse The Web has, such as multiple search engines, user agents spoofing, orientation locking, and more.
iBrowse The Web is a universal download for iPhone and iPad for $0.99 in the App Store.
KYMS allows you to keep your photos and videos secret by hiding them behind a harmless calculator. The icon shown on your device after installing will be a simple calculator icon! Only knowing the password you’ll be able to access the private library.
Media Safe for iPhone and iPad is available in the App Store for $0.99.
Tip Tony is a platform runner oriented for casual gamers, where our main character “Tony”, is an Italian waiter who works in a ship trying to get the best tip possible, grabbing money running along the ship’s deck.
If you wasn’t able to grab a promo code, you can always download Tip Tony in the App Store for $0.99.
Same game as above, but this is the iPad version.
Tip Tony HD is available in the App Store for $0.99.
Help Fred overcome his fears by rolling him through dozens of physics-enabled, fully 3D worlds in his search to uncover the Professor’s Mystery in this Grand Experiment! Mystery Ball has HD graphics and retina support. Intuitive touch controls make this universal app easy to learn, yet challenging enough to keep you coming back for more.
You can get Mystery Ball in the App Store for $0.99.