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It can be hard to find real bargains on the App Store these days, as so many services and utilities have moved to a freemium model with no up-front cost. But many of the best apps still come with a price tag, and we’ve found a few on offer this week. Don’t miss out!

All prices are accurate at the time of writing, but please be mindful that they could change at any time.

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Nightcam

Was $5/£5, now $1/£1

If you have an iPhone 11 or 12, you may be familiar with the Night Mode feature that allows users to take much brighter and clearer photos in dark environments. But if you’ve got an older model – or the iPhone SE, or an iPad – you’ll need to look to third-party apps to help achieve similar results. We’ve previously recommended NeuralCam for night shooting, but Nightcam is a very similar proposition that’s currently one-fifth the price. It’s also got more App Store ratings and a higher average rating than NeuralCam.

Nightcam

Pulse

Was $5/£5, now $1/£1

Look, the App Store isn’t exactly short of relaxation apps, but many of them are overkill for basic needs and charge a fortune for access. Pulse is a straightforward soundscape player with a large library of ambient rhythms and effects on all manner of themes. If you’re struggling to concentrate, relax, or sleep, give it a shot while it’s so cheap.

Pulse

Agent A

Was $6/£6, now $1/£1

This is a logic-based secret agent adventure in which you’ll have to solve a mystery by snooping around a fancy house and fiddling with hidden levers and clever contraptions. This isn’t Agent A’s first mention on our price drops column, but we enjoyed the spy-themed escape puzzler so much we’re never going to stop telling you when it’s down to a buck.

Agent A