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The Best Free Apps for August 22, 2014

What’s better, Star Trek, Star Wars or taking pictures of things?

Etherlords combines world building and monster battles on iOS

Play in asynchronous PvP battles until your batteries run out, not your “stamina.”

Explore your universe with Star Walk 2

You had me at “plausible three-dimensional models of planetary nebulae.”

iPad Air getting 2GB of RAM for multi-window multitasking?

Distancing the iPad Air from the iPad mini, performance-wise, would be a good idea.

Flappy Bird developer launches new Swing Copters game

Get it quickly…you never now how long it’ll be available.

Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen has chosen iOS

It kind of brings back the glory days of leveling up.

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Appidemic: High Five Hero for iOS

Celebrate your favorite team with a pint, maybe some shots, and definitely lots of high fives.

Appidemic: Red Herring for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

If you’re looking for “a categorical challenge,” you’ve come to the right place.

Still playing Draw Something? You need the Just Mobile AluPen Digital

The stylus you’ve been waiting for since first touching nib to screen.

Lemur Monitors BlueDriver Bluetooth-enabled OBD II scanner review

Diagnose your check engine light twice, and you’ve already covered the cost of the BlueDriver.

The world is officially ready for a Benny Hill endless runner

There’s absolutely no reason why I can’t be playing Benny Chase on my iPhone right now.

Review: The iRig MIDI 2 might be the perfect MIDI interface

IK Multimedia has really delivered in every way.