19 free apps for iOS and Android: free downloads in July

It’s the weekend and you have nothing to do? Then download some of our free apps we’ve selected for Android and iOS. Of course, we don’t feature free apps like WhatsApp or Facebook – but discount promotions that make content you actually have to pay for free.

If you’ve been following NextPit for a while, you probably know how our free apps work. In the Google Play Store and Apple AppStore, there are always discount promotions that make the actually paid content free. The aim is to offer you the widest possible selection so that you can decide for yourself whether the downloads are of interest to you.

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Unlike our top five apps of the week list, we don’t explicitly try content, so be a little careful before you fall into a cost trap – you can find out what to look for when looking for free applications on the Internet in the linked article.

Point: Want to secure a free app for the future? Then download it once and delete it again if needed. This way it will be added to your list of purchased apps and you can download it again in the future.

Free apps for your Android phone

These apps are free in the Google Play Store

  • Video Gallery – HD Live Video Wallpapers ($0.99) Even though they consume a lot of power, live wallpapers look great. If the preset in Android OS is not enough for you, you can find more wallpapers here
  • Unit Converter (Pega Pro) ($7.99) With this app you can easily convert units – perfect if you don’t always have access to an internet connection and Google.
  • Hybrid dial ($1.39) Only until Sunday: a face for smartwatches with WearOS – unfortunately not available for the Galaxy Watch 4.
  • Verbal times in French ($1.19) Only until Monday: A useful tool if you want to learn Spanish or vice versa. With this application you can learn all active and passive tenses of the Spanish language, with useful tables in English, translations in Russian and Spanish and all even without advertising.
  • ringtone scheduler ($0.99) Until Monday only: The ringtone scheduler allows you to set the right ringtone according to the time or situation. More information can be found in our app article.

These mobile games are free in the Google Play Store

  • cartoon craft ($1.99) A real-time strategy game with over a million downloads. The rating also looks good with 4.2 stars out of 64,000 reviews.
  • Death Bunker 2 HD ($0.99) Only until Monday: a 3D shooter where you have to fight zombies.

Free content for your iPhone and iPad

These apps are free in the App Store

  • Camera+ ($4.99): If you don’t like your iPhone’s camera app, you’ll find a great alternative here! Ranked #11 in the iOS charts!
  • Battery charge ($0.99): This application gives you a lot of information about the hardware of your iPhone or iPad.
  • µMagnetometer: a high-quality magnetometer, without ads or in-app purchases.
  • Skywall Pro – HD+ Wallpapers ($2.99): With this application you can get high quality wallpapers on your mobile phone! Not very exciting, but ranked 140th in best photo and video apps.
  • Good – Photo Editor ($1.99): The camera app on your iPhone is too limited for you? Download the pro version of a photo editor here.
  • File Explorer and Player [Pro ] ($5.99): There is no real file manager on iOS that shows you paths and folders. With this application you can install it.
  • Videdit – Mobile Video Editor ($0.99)With this app, you can edit your videos in many ways to make them more impressive and unique.
  • Cx File Explorer ($1.99): And yet another file manager for iPhone and iPad! Do you find these apps useful?.

These mobile games are free in the AppStore

  • The broken screen prank ($2.99): Broken Screen Prank app has six pranks for fun with family and friends.
  • Fall ‘n Dunk ($2.99): A simple game where your goal is to break the rope and knock the ball through as many hoops as possible.
  • CyberAge ($4.99): In this adventure game, your task is to solve the mysteries of the unique, sometimes criminal and controversial Iceberg City with the main character Max.
  • Angkor: Celebrations ($2.99): A family match-3 game with engaging gameplay. It tells the story of the player’s quests for the ancient heirloom, the ceremonial kīla.

What do you think of our selection this week? Did you find any other cool apps or games in the Google Play Store or Apple App Store? Feel free to share your findings with us in the comments.

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