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Are you scrambling for last-minute gift ideas? There's an app for that. You can buy your friends specific iPad and iPhone apps and send them as gifts. So, even if it's Christmas day and you need to purchase something for your aunt right away, you can give her an app online, no gift wrap required. Here's how to provide any iOS app as a gift card?

You can get all the gift stuff free and quickly. You need to go to PayPrizes.com to get free Apple gift card which you need to gift someone.

iOS App Gift

1. Select the app you wish to gift. Need ideas? Check out the top paid apps by tapping Top Charts at the bottom of the screen.

2. Tap the Share button at the top right of the app's info page.

3. The select gift from the options that appear. If you don't see the Gift button, you might be trying to gift a free app. In older versions of iOS, you can also scroll to the bottom of the app page and hit Gift This App.

If you're not already signed in with your Apple ID, you'll be prompted to log in at this step.

4.  Fill in your recipient's email address and compose your message.

5. Schedule your gift delivery date. When you're done, tap Next at the top right.

6. Select a theme for your message. It's like choosing a pretty wrapper for your virtual gift. You have seven colorful options to choose from. Once you've picked your theme, hit Next.

7. Hit Buy after checking to see that all your order information is accurate.

8. Tap the Buy Now button that appears.  

That's it; you're done! Your friend will receive an email on the scheduled date saying they've received your selected app from you. All these given below apps, you can get it from below websites. They provide freebies to the user who needs free stuff. But for this, you need to complete a specific task like surveys, video ads, downloading apps, and games by URLs which they provide.

  1. CouponPrizes.com
  2. iTunesReward.com
  3. GCardGenerator.com
  4. InstantCardGenerator.com

List Of Paid Apps Which you can give as a Gift:-

1. Plex

OK, so we're starting off with an app that you don't have to pay to download, but it is better if you pay to use it, making it a paid app in my eyes, and easily one of the best around.



The Plex media server is a way for you to enjoy all of your home media without having to be constantly plugged into a hard drive. You need the free Plex software on your computer and then the app, and you can enjoy all of your favorite movies, TV shows, music videos, whatever, from all of your devices all you need is an internet connection.

The beauty of Plex is just that it's elegant. The app organizes all of your media for you and even adds rich descriptions, artwork, and more, giving everything a full and finished feel (not like your first iPod Touch where you couldn't be bothered to find album artwork, so you just had thousands of songs go by with white backgrounds featuring those eighth notes).

2. 1Password

1Password is yet another app that is free to download, but you'll eventually need to pay to keep using it (downloading gets you a free 30-day trial). It's your one-stop login shop and lets you store passwords to pretty much every account in your life, helping you change them at random, making them stronger — all you have to remember is your 1Password password!



1Password isn't just a stellar password management app; it can also house credit card numbers, addresses — really any information that you deem sensitive can be locked away in your very own vault for your eyes only.

The app works with TouchID, making it even more secure, allowing only those with your fingerprints to get in (namely, you, duh). There's also an Apple Watch app, which lets you decide which information you'd like to access quickly on your watch, and the small screen makes it ideal!

3. Fantastical 2

There are calendar apps, and there are calendars apps, and then there's Fantastical 2. First off, it's gorgeous; it just looks great. It has a pleasant interface that's easy to read and follow, and it's fast. That's the whole point of Fantastical.



Second, it has cool features, like natural language parsing, reminders, an extended keyboard when creating new events or reminders (you have no idea how useful that is until you use it!), and much more.

One of the coolest features is the natural language parser, which allows you to type in a phrase, like "romantic dinner with Rene on Friday at 8 pm", and then automatically turns it into a calendar event, reminding you on the day.

4. Enlight

I couldn't do a best apps post without one for the photo fanatics, or Cella would have my hide. Enlight is SO. COOL.



It was selected as App of the Year in the App Store in eight countries, including Canada, eh, and it was runner up App of the Year in the U.S., and it's still awesome two years later!

Enlight is the photo editing app of your dreams, combining features of many apps into one, gorgeous interface, allowing you total control over color, tone, details, masking, and a whole host of sweet effects (like blending and outlining — you can create some seriously neat shit).

5. Scanner Pro

If you like to take your documents with you or you need to send a lot of them and don't have the time to dig out that ancient device they call a "fax machine," then Scanner Pro has you covered in a big way.



It lets you take photos of documents with your iPhone and then save them as PDF, and it even automatically recognizes specific document types, cropping them accordingly. You can then upload your scans straight to your favorite cloud storage app. That's just the tip of the iceberg.

6. V for Wikipedia

I would never have known about this app if it weren't for TechRadar, and I'm sure glad I found it. Be real — you're going to use Wikipedia anyway, so why not have it all in a convenient and beautiful app — easily the most elegant Wikipedia app for iPhone at that.



V (formerly Viki) made the App Store Best of 2016 list because it does more than give you information — it helps you find out more about where you live! The Nearby Place feature helps you discover more about local landmarks and areas, and you can explore the rest of the world using the app's map.

7. Sky Guide AR

Sky Guide AR is an augmented reality app that shows you a map of the sky and tells you about damn near everything you can see and tons of stuff you can't. It's the perfect companion for your new iPhone X so that you can take advantage of all that ARKit goodness and graphics power.



You calibrate the app, usually by finding where the Sun or Moon happens to be and then move your iPhone around to figure out which constellation is which, which planet that is over there, and what the names of random stars are.

If you're jonesing to see a particular planet or constellation, you can search for it, or the app has a list of Sky Guide settings to let you know which celestial happenings you'll see that night and at what time. The included Apple Watch app will even give you a quick rundown of what you can see at any given moment.

8. Alto's Adventure

There isn't an endless runner, quite like Alto's Adventure. In this side-scrolling adventure, you play as Alto, a boy in the mountains whose llamas have escaped.



On a snowboard, you have to chase them across the countryside, collecting them for points. You must also dodge obstacles and do tricks for points.

But that's not Alto's Adventure's main draw. This stunning game is all about the ambiance and beauty of the in-game wilderness.

9. Deliveries

If you run a small business or happen to ship and receive many packages, then you need deliveries. It's an entirely comprehensive package tracker that compiles all of your shipments for you and gives you information about them individually, including shipping updates and where they are on a map.



Deliveries let you know which company is shipping your packages, allowing you to view the company's website and learn more about them. You can share shipment information via email or the iMessage app, and there's even an Apple Watch app to help you keep track on the go.

10. CARROT Weather

If the iOS Weather app doesn't quite do it for you, CARROT Weather is one of the best weather apps you can get, period. It has a fantastic-looking interface that's both fun and informative, and it provides extensive details about your daily weather.



It's rain predictions are second to none and the backgrounds that change with the weather make every day a bit of a surprise.

11. Minecraft

The crafting sensation is by no means losing steam, and with over half a million ratings in the App Store, Minecraft still maintains a 4.5-star rating. And why wouldn't it? It's the Seinfeld of video games; it's about nothing, and that's what makes it so fun.



Mine and forage for materials; build your world as you see fit; raise animals; craft weapons; take over someone else's sweet castles; the possibilities are limited only by your imagination. Explore and create. Create and explore. Or you can play in survival modes and make weapons and fortresses to defend against bloodthirsty mobs.