Make buckets, be aware of what’s in the air you’re breathing, and get a visual overview of the human muscle system with today’s collection of apps and games.
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Air Lookout ($ 0.99 → Free, 26.3 MB): Be aware of what’s in the air you’re breathing with Air Lookout. Everyone.
Air Lookout is on the lookout for your health. It’ll help you find out if the air outside is safe for general enjoyment and exercise. The hourly reports access data from monitoring stations and provide a general overview of the air quality along with detailed information regarding ozone, nitrates, sulfides, carbon monoxide, and more. The app also includes a two-day forecast, ranking of best and worst cities, and Apple Watch support.
Air Lookout is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 30 ratings.
Jungle Jam – Child Friendly! ($ 2.99 → Free, 22.1 MB): Keep your toddler entertained with this interactive music app. Jungle Jam was designed for children ages one through four.
Jungle Jam is completely free of buttons, menus, and in-app purchases, so your young child can mash away on the xylophone without any interruptions. The app also includes a fully interactive environment, allowing your child to activate a variety of animations by tapping all over the screen.
Jungle Jam – Child Friendly! is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 58 ratings.
iBasket – Street Basketball ($ 2.99 → Free, 86.3 MB): Score as many baskets as possible in iBasket. Fans of arcade action.
Efficiency and speed are what’s required of you to become an iBasket champion. Do you have what it takes? You’re able to take aim at the hoop and adjust the trajectory of your shot with a single finger. Release to shoot. The idea is to score as many baskets as possible in the allotted time. Clean shots, or swishes, will earn you extra time, and scoring multiple baskets in a row will increase your multiplier. The game includes four different courts, five types of challenges, and online multiplayer.
iBasket – Street Basketball is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 50165 ratings.
Audible audio books & podcasts ($ 1.99 → Free, 76.7 MB): Turn any time into story time with Audible from Amazon. Those looking for a way to pass the time no matter what they’re doing.
Audible provides access to an unmatched collection of audio books. You’re able to listen to best sellers like The Martian, Harry Potter, and The Girl on the Train during your commute, working out at the gym, or wherever you are. Audio books can be downloaded to your device for offline listening, or you can stream content over your carrier’s network or Wi-Fi. Audio books can be navigated by chapter, bookmarked, and synced between devices. You’re also able to create clips and share them with friends.
Audible audio books & podcasts is available for free today only (08/24). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 1249466 ratings.
Visual Muscles 3D ($ 1.99 → Free, 141.9 MB): Get a visual overview of the human muscle system with Visual Muscles 3D. Professionals, educators, and students.
Visual Muscles 3D includes more than 500 high resolution images, all generated from virtual 3-D muscle models. You’re able to tap on feature points, which look like push pins, to view detailed information about the highlighted muscle and learn more about it. The app also includes 3-D rotational models, search, quizzes, and audio pronunciation.
Visual Muscles 3D is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 87 ratings.
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