Get Paid iPhone Apps for Free, Save Your Money for Other Things
Article by George Norman
On 07 Aug 2009
Found a great iPhone app that you thing might come in handy but you’re not quite willing to shell out your hard earned money to get it? Then don’t! Save you your money for something else, like the upcoming Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, because there is a way to get paid iPhone apps for free. Before you start thinking about a complicated method to crack an app and use it free of charge, please stop. I am talking about something that is completely legal.

FreeAppAlert is a very useful webpage for the iPhone user as it will display a long, long list of iPhone apps that have become free recently. There are a multitude of iPhone apps out there and you couldn’t possibly keep track of them all – neither could you keep track of their pricing changes, but FreeAppAlert can do just that. It will identify which apps have dropped their price (forever or as part of a promotion) and will inform your about it.

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The simplest way of locating a free iPhone app is to check out the daily list posted in the FreeAppAlert site. Once on the site you could just take advantage of the site’s other notification options:
Email: provide your email address and a message will be sent to it, informing you which apps have become free.
Twitter: follow FreeAppAlert on Twitter and get real-time alerts.
Facebook: become a FreeAppAllert fan on Facebook
RSS: subscribe to the FreeAppAllert RSS

In case you were wondering how this site came to be, here’s the official story, as told by the site’s developer: “I was planning a trip to San Francisco one day and by total chance stumbled upon an iPhone app city guide in the app store. The app was usually $15 like the other city guides that the company produced. They were running a special promotion though and the app was free for a few days! That app is back to $15 now but I got it for free. That's when I thought, wouldn't it be great if I could be alerted whenever a paid app became free in the app store? And FreeAppAlert was born.”

To get started with FreeAppAlert, please click here.



Tags: Apple, iPhone, App, FreeAppAlert
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