TUAW (nice redesign, guys!) notices that the iTunes App Store no longer has a link on the lefthand side to browse all free apps. The best we have now is the Top 100 Free Apps over on the right. TUAW is hopeful that Apple will bring back the link to browse all them free apps, and indeed, so are we. Even stores that traditionally only sold for-pay mobile apps like the Mobihand store sister-site WMExperts have seen the writing on the wall and added a link for free apps.
Fear not, though, loyal TiPb Readers.
We have the link to browse all 90 pages of free apps, over 1850 apps in total, right here. Go on, browse those free apps, don't let the man keep you down. Browse all Apps
Update: Turns out that you can, in fact, stop the signal. The "Browse all free apps" listing linked above contains, well, a lot of apps that ain't free. Could it be that Apple got sick and tired of developers listing their apps as free to move up the top apps chain, then switching to for-pay to bring in the cash? Our best guess: Apple must not have a good, automatic way to categorize "free," so they took the above link down to tweak the store.