Posted: 12 Dec 2011 08:31 AM PST
CIA: Operation Ajax, a superb interactive comic book app based on the true story of the Iranian Coup during the early 50′s (one backed by the CIA), is now free once again for a limited time. The carefully crafted Operation Ajax took several years in the making and its quality is apparent the moment you fire it on your iPad. Previously priced at $7.99, this is certainly worth checking out even if you’re not heavily into graphic novels. More freebies have been rounded up for you after the gap.
And don’t forget to check out our most recent Apps Gone Free posts. Many of those apps and games are still showing as free on the App Store.
Posted: 12 Dec 2011 07:03 AM PST
Apple has announced earlier this morning that the Mac App Store broke the 100 million downloads milestone in less than a year. The App Store for iMac and Macbook users officially opened on Jan 9th, 2011.
It is worth noting that the 100 million mark comes from the “thousands” of free and paid Mac App Store apps. By comparison, the iOS App Store houses more than half a million apps, with more than 18 billion downloads and more than 1 billion downloaded apps per month. The full press release can be found after the gap.
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