The time of Nokias, Siemens and Samsung (Yes, I had 1 samsung, many years ago) cellphones.
Lucky for us though, we don’t need to remember the time before the iPhone and the App Store.
We can simply celebrate it’s 5th birthday with downloading some premium apps, for FREE.
Top of the list, for obvious reasons, is Infinity Blade II.
This latest version 1.3.2 includes Bonus Content which includes ClashMob, Vault of Tears, and Sky Cages expansion packs!
Following Badland, for the music lovers is Traktor DJ. Rated as the world’s #1 pro DJ software bringing high-impact DJing to iPad. Touch your tracks and create stunning mixes in seconds.
Back to the more relaxed gaming, grab Where’s My Water for the first time on the App Store that it is free.
Version 1.12 debuts the new character Allie, the most sassy and creative alligator yet.
For the younger generation of world travellers, or those that travel digitally with their kids, get Barefoot World Atlas now.
Staying on top of things is always difficult. Why not try a new style of journalling with Day One. Enter your memories, ideas, events and photos to have them synced to your iPhone and iPad using iCloud or Dropbox.
Not too sure about the next one, but go and test Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP out, it won’t cost you a cent. A Pixel adventure game that was runner up for App of the year 2011 and rather polarising in its reviews.
For some more casual gaming, definitely give Tiny Wings a bash. As app of the year for 2011, it is well worth every cent, and even more since it’s free.
And last, but certainly not least, is Over. Add beautiful text and artwork to your photos and share them on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr & Instagram.
All in all these apps usually retail for around $40. Traktor DJ alone is $20.
So what am I saying? Go and get them all, and Enjoy!