10 Best iOS Apps For The Holidays
Since the Holiday season is approaching, we’ve decided to put together a list of 10 best apps for iPhone and iPad, just for smoothing things out for this year’s app gifts.
10. Santa’s Defense
A tower defense which is also available in its paid version: here Santa Claus must defeat all opponents who try to ruin the Holidays to humans.
A great game where the bearded father of all the children will have to fight against the merciless hordes of zombies with Christmas powers of respect: the goal, obviously, is to prevent the zombies to ruin Christmas (although you can also play the role of the opponent).
8. Crazy Burger
Crazy Burger might excite the fussiest eaters and watering those who do not like to eat: Santa Claus here will have to eat as much junk as possible of course.
Christmas Gift will catapult you, however, in a sort of local stylist, where you have to style Santa Claus for the holidays and, of course, make him according to your tastes.
An app in which the player must help the mythical father to make a tree worthy to be called such, with frills and gifts of all kinds.
TheWheatherChannel is ideal especially for the iPad, where you can see the weather forecast on the background of a seductive and perfect graphic in every detail, further enriched by the presence of HD images. This is among the most popular and downloaded iOS app to be prepared for the Holidays.
Wondering how to edit photos taken with iPhone in a professional manner? Very intuitive, Snapseed is packed with many features, all designed to offer the user a unique and exclusive experience of editing. Sometimes it may seem complex, but with a little practice we bet you will not want to break away from Snapseed, all of us should have this app for Christmas photos.
Included among the top 50 innovations of last year, Flipboard application is ideal for those who like to stay informed. Flipboard organizes content from the internet, newspapers, blogs and social networks, including them in a sort of digital magazine that keeps you up to date on what happens during the day, most important, during your Holidays. Very intuitive and characterized by a rather eye-catching graphics, Flipboard has lots of different features to be discovered.
Wikipedia site goes smoothly on the iPhone but it’s even great with its dedicated application. Wikipanion is free and gives you access to the articles section, viewing options, bookmarks and the ability to give the information bizarre tweets. In the spirit of Wikipedia, the application aslo doesn’t have advertisements.
There is iBooks, which looks great and has an integrated store for books, but some may be surprised for the popularity of the Kindle application. However, Kindle has a much better selection of books than the integrated one and the application experience is excellent. What is nicer than a good read on Holidays?