Apps and games you can get for free while stuck at home (Updated)

The coronavirus outbreak is affecting all of our lives in one way or another. The biggest effect is that many people are now working from home or just stuck at home to stop the spread of the virus. Thankfully, many companies have been offering free access to games and apps to help keep you productive and entertained in these strange times.
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Here’s a quick look at some of our favorite apps and games that are temporarily free during the coronavirus quarantine. We will update this post when and if more apps and services become available. Be sure to scroll down to the bottom for more apps and games that are temporarily discounted (but not free).
Free apps and software

From meditation apps to services that assist with remote work, here are our favorite apps and services that are temporarily free during the coronavirus quarantine.
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Headspace — The popular meditation and relaxation app released a free “weathering the storm” program and is offering Headspace Plus for free to healthcare professionals.

Learn more about Headspace

AnyMeeting — Intermedia’s video conferencing and webinar service is free for all businesses until the end of the year to support remote workers.

Try AnyMeeting

Cisco Webex — Cisco’s premier business conferencing software is expanding its free plan for all businesses for the next 90 days.

Try Cisco Webex

Discord — The popular game-themed chat software service is expanding its Go Live streaming and screen share limit from 10 to 50 people for the next few months.

Download Discord for Android

Final Cut Pro X — Apple has expanded the free trial period for its professional video editing software from 30 days to 90 days.

Try Final Cut Pro X

Fitbit — The fitness wearable company is offering new users 90 days of Fitbit Premium for free. It normally costs $9.99 a month.

Learn more at Fitbit

Google Hangouts Meet — G Suite users can now access premium Google Hangout Meet features, including larger audiences and the ability to save streams, until July 1.

Try Google Hangouts Meet

Microsoft Teams — Microsoft is offering free access to the paid tier of its business messaging app and software for six months. It normally costs $5 a month.

Try Microsoft Teams Premium

Nikon School — From now until April 30, Nikon is offering its online photography classes for free. Each class is normally priced at between $10 to $50.

Try Nikon School

Reaper — This digital audio workstation software normally costs as much as $225 to license. However, the developer is offering a free license for all until June 30.

Download free Reaper...