SmartAppsForKids has a list of 14 FREE educational kids apps for iOS devices. Included are See. Touch. Learn, Octominus, Visual Timer, Missing Letter Articulation for Speech Therapy and more. These will be available for a limited time only. Check back each week for a new list of great FREE apps for kids.
Get unlimited access to all the best digital magazine subscriptions with the Texture app for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows 8 PCs, and tablets. Read your favorite magazines anytime, anywhere, including back issues. You will also have access to digital-only extras such as videos, bonus photography, interactive features, and live web links. Their catalog includes Better Homes and Gardens, Car and Driver, Esquire, Fortune, Glamour, GQ, Parents, Popular Mechanics, People, Sports Illustrated, The New Yorker, Time, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Wired and more. Sign up now for a FREE 14 day trial.
Enter the code AngryBirdsSonic here to receive a FREE season of Angry Birds Toons from the Google Play store. This offer will be available for a limited time only. If you do not have a Google Play account you will have to create one and add a credit card to it. You will not be charged for FREE items.
Get a $5 Appstore credit to spend on in-app items when you download a qualifying FREE game on an Android or Fire tablet. You will receive an email in about 24 hours that will contain your $5 credit. Limit one per customer. Offer is good through 6/5/16.
SmartAppsForKids has a list of 148 FREE Disney apps for iOS devices. They include Star Wars: Commander – Squad Wars, Disney Dream Treats, Disney Villains Challenge, The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Run, Palace Pets in Whisker Haven, Disney Royal Celebrations, Disney Creativity Studio 2, Big Hero 6 Bot Fight, Disney Magic Timer, and Disneynature Explore. Many of these contain in-app purchases.
Each Friday, Barnes and Noble gives away a FREE ebook and app. Those with the Nook reading app or Nook device download the ebook, while the app is only available to those with a Nook device. This week’s freebies are:
Exodus Part 1 – This is the first installment by Andreas Christensen in the Exodus Trilogy, a high tech space opera set in a dystopian future society where humanity faces its greatest challenge ever.
Kin – This game comes with 5 different game levels where you’ll be able to not only connect the dots, but also match shapes or concepts, find pairs and locate opposites. This is a great way to have fun and at the same time exercise your brain
These will be FREE on 2/12/16 only.
Get get the game Final Fantasy II for FREE when you download the Final Fantasy Portal app for iOS or Android devices. This offer will be available through 2/14/16.