A number of top iOS apps and games have seen their prices slashed to zero, coinciding with the App Store's fifth birthday.
While Apple hasn't made any official announcement yet, it's clear that some special celebrations are in store to mark the iOS App Store hitting five this week.
To kick things off, some apps and games have already been made free to download. These are some premium offerings, too.
The Unreal Engine-powered Infinity Blade II in particular is a bit of a steal, as it usually costs £4.99. Badland formerly cost £2.49.
When it comes to apps, there are some even more generous offers. Traktor DJ, an acclaimed pro music mixing app, normally costs £13.99, but is now free.
None of these apps or games have any blurb to explain the price drop, but we'd bet anything that Apple will announce something later this week - possibly on Wednesday, which will mark five years to the day since the iOS App Store first came online.
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