Review: Appsfire App for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

February 8, 2013 — by Sette Capati0



Review: Appsfire App for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

February 8, 2013 — by Sette Capati0

Do you want to get free apps and great deals? Then you’re in the right place to get them. I stumbled upon this awesome app where it features a daily dose of free apps and deals for iPhone and iPad called Appsfire.

mzl.nksapuul.320x480-75What is it?

Developers from Appsfire SAS had finally nailed Appsfire’s ample features. This well-loved app has received praises from prominent tech brands and four- to five-star ratings from the iOS community.

As of this writing, this app has 78 ratings with 4.5 stars on its current version and 1997 ratings with 4.5 stars overall. The secret? It provides a daily dose of free apps and deals directly to your iOS device.

How does it work?

Appsfire is simple to use. Once you launch the app, you will see a row of apps, most of which are free, and a pop up browser for the day’s deal. (Don’t worry. It only pops up on first launch.)

Choose from the categories of your choice:

  • Best of Now Free
  • Staff Highlights
  • Deals (Productivity, Photo and Video, Music, News, Utilities)
  • Trending Right Now
  • Latest App Mixes

You can choose any apps you like. Trust me, this is a real deal. Appsfire also provides an app score from 1 (bad) to 100 (outstanding) to help users decide which of these apps are noteworthy.

This app score tells the quality of the app, a stellar feature that Ouriel Ohayon, the founder of Appsfire, has developed to provide the best apps and deals on a macro scale.

mzl.odcfdavh.320x480-75Once you click the download for FREE button, Appsfire will automatically direct you to the App Store for installation, and when you returned to the Appsfire page, a pop up window appears for social media integration.

Whenever you download an app, it’ll prompt you to share it for free or deal it to your friends via Facebook or Twitter. You can create your own app mix on the tabs.

How’s the app?

Two thumbs up! That’s it. Of course, everyone loves free apps and deals. Just make sure you read the description of each app before you download. There’s only one good problem I encountered – limited storage on my device. It’s because I downloaded most of them. I guess I need a bigger storage now.

Overall, this app deserves a five-star rating. You can download it via this direct iTunes link.

Sette Capati

Hi, I'm Krisette C. I'm a technology writer who loves to cover disruptive technologies, trends, and a myriad of rumors and news updates. To satiate the inconsolable longing to feed my gadget addiction, I simply write and tinker my gadgets for reviews. You may follow my blurbs, too! @krisettecapati