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The Best Free Apps for February 27, 2015

YouTube Kids, wizards for hire, and a programmable, candy-like button.

Review: iRig Pads MIDI controller from IK Multimedia

That much easier to create music on your iOS devices, Mac, and PC.

League of Angels coming soon to iOS and Android

Train over 100 heroes and angels to be a true legend.

You may want to pre-register now for Final Fantasy: Record Keeper

Something for the “nostalgian” in every Final Fantasy fan.

Review: Sennheiser Momentum Wireless ANC headphones

Incredible comfort, and some of the best active noise cancellation I’ve ever (not) heard.

Marvel Mighty Heroes announced for iOS and Android

A more family friendly version of Marvel Contest of Champions, it would seem.

Review: AG Drive for iOS harks back to the days of Wipeout

The graphics give you a taste of how racing will be in the near future.

The Pay Once & Play games you need to buy

These are some of our favorites. Let us know if we missed yours.

So, what can you watch with Google’s YouTube Kids app?

What exactly is family friendly content on YouTube?

Review: Octa TabletTail iPad stand and mounting system

Need a hand? Octa’s TabletTail lets you mount your iPad to walls, surfaces, or just about anywhere.

Hands-on with Google’s YouTube Kids iOS app

YouTube Kids makes it safer and easier for children to find videos on topics they want to explore.

Oscars Apple ad filmed with iPad

The Oscars aired last night, and a new Apple ad aired with it.