December is one of the months that sees multiple deals in terms of purchases. It is assumed that people have amassed surplus cash to get gifts for themselves and their loved ones. Some get tangible goods. Others adore online deals in the name of apps, and Google Play, which is popular in the globe, happens to be one of the platform that has multiple deals for apps that we adore, but couldn’t get them due to their high price.
Today, we will have a look at some paid apps that are free, at least for a limited period. One of them is…
When it is not on sale, this app costs a cool $19.99, which is more than 2000 bob in KES. What does it bring to the table, you ask. Well, it works like your ordinary Google Translate, but spices it up batch translations, batch upload translation for articles as well as multi-language pronunciation practice. It has four square windows, and works best if you have tablet because it is a little crowded on my 5.5in device. It is handy app for people who need to translate certain words into multiple languages, and while this may come handy for some, does it match the aforementioned price tag???
This is a camera replacement app that includes a bunch of filters. Most them are equipped with green pasture flavours to add a touch of life to your photos. It should be noted that the camera supports automatic and manual focus, as well as the ability to incorporate after-effects such as filter strengths and aspect ratios. By the way, it costs KES 200 when on sale. However, you are not alone if you feel that these functions are available in other photography apps that are perennially free.
“This file search engine saves time in two ways: by eliminating the need to find file manually, and by performing searches at high speeds. Without this, you would have to look at sites one by one and pore over the contents of each carefully – a tedious prospect. It automatically compares your criteria to billions of Web pages and gives you results in a fraction of a second. You can perform dozens of searches in the course of a few minutes, altering the criteria as you narrow down results.
It scans the entire Web and keep comprehensive data on file on every page we catalog. Because it contains so much data on files, it helps you find obscure sites about which you would not otherwise know. Search results are more likely to give you too much information rather than too little.”
Sounds great for an app that costs KES 200 when it’s on sale.
This is another photography editor app that makes your portraits look better with additional enhancements such as fun stickers, colour balance and effects. Nothing that your ordinary freeware apps don’t offer, but you get edit your photos with a tool that has a price tag on it.
“Note Recognition & Audio Speed Changer – Convert Music into Sheet Music” is a note detection & audio speed changer app that converts music into an alternative sheet music. It helps you learning new songs by displaying sheet music suggestions for the recorded audio and provides you the functionality to change the audio speed and slow down your recorded music (“audio slow motion”).
“The note analyzer works with pitch detection and frequency analysis (like FFT Fast Fourier Transformation for example) and is perfect for musicians (especially vocal and guitar or piano players). The note analyzer listens to your music, analyzes it’s pitch and converts your music back into an alternative sheet music. You can use it to detect the notes of your songs (note identification, the app helps you creating a transcription), validate the pitch of your voice, sing into the microphone and use it as a vocal trainer or to transcribe your songs while playing along with your guitar (or whichever instrument you are playing). And of course, you can also use the note recognition app as a simple audio / voice recorder.”
And this is what I got from Usher’s I Need a Girl, whom he intends to ride, cycle or something close to that.
It should be be noted the window for free downloads for these apps is limited, so you might want to grab them ASAP.