FreeShop, the free software company that sells a range of apps, has launched a new store on Apple’s App Store.
The Free Shop app for iPhone and iPads is available in the App Store on the App store for iPad, Apple’s online store for iPhone, and now for the Apple Watch.
The new Free Shop for iPhone & iPad app offers more than 5,000 free apps.
There are also a variety of Free Shop items available for purchase, including the free app “Free Shop” and the free theme “Free Store”.
There are more than 30 Free Shop categories, including “App Store”, “Music”, “Books”, “Videos”, “Games”, “Sports”, “Fitness”, and “Home & Garden”.
“Free Shop for iOS and App Store has made an invaluable contribution to Apple’s ecosystem by allowing users to discover and buy the best apps for their devices,” Free Shop’s CEO Shashank Kumar told TechCrunch in an email.
“With this app, users can find and purchase all their Free Shop favorites without ever leaving the App.
We look forward to continuing to add more Free Shop-related apps to the App Stores and to offer Free Shop in the coming years.”
The app’s launch comes a day after Apple announced the availability of its new iPhone X. The iPhone X has been available to customers in the US for several weeks, and it was previously rumored to be coming to the UK.
Apple has been steadily releasing new iPhones since last fall, including two for each of the US, UK, and Canada.
This is a significant upgrade for Apple’s iPhone business, as the company has struggled with growing demand for its premium products in the iPhone market.
This move should help the iPhone X’s launch in the UK, where Apple’s stock has been the worst performing stock in the market since the iPhone 5 launched in 2014.
Apple’s recent acquisition of Beats Electronics is also expected to help the company with the iPhone sales in the United States.
Beats CEO Jimmy Iovine has been a vocal critic of Apple, saying that the company’s products are not “smart enough”, and that the iPhone is a better product.