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The Best Halloween Apps for Your iPad

I love Halloween and I love my iPad – so I asked myself the question why can two great tastes, taste great together. What I found is YES, the iPad and Halloween are perfect for each other. Here are the best Halloween Apps for your iPad during this Scary Halloween Season.

It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown


Charlie Brown is a fan favorite around lots of different holiday seasons and Halloween is no exception. It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is a great story that many of us were read as children. Now you can get it directly on your iPad and iPhone. The best part is it’s interactive. It’s great for young children to read along with and explore on their own, or together with you.

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Halloween 13: Daily Spooky Surprises


Halloween 13: Daily Spooky Surprises scares up 13 days of free iOS apps, leading up to All Hallow’s Eve on October 31st. When you first launch the app you’ll tap on the first of 13 tombstones, which starts a short game. On your first day, you’ll be challenged to tap as many bouncing pumpkins as fast as possible. Another minigame has you dressing up vampires. Based on your score, you’ll earn one, two or three stars.

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Foodie Recipes

Foodie Recipes gives users access to cookbooks full of recipes that include photos, clear instructions, and preparation and cook time. Each recipe can easily be printed, viewed on the Foodie website, and shared through email and social media outlets. Each month, the Foodie editorial staff selects recipes to help inspire meal ideas for specific holidays and occasions. This month it’s all about Halloween grilling, pumpkin style! Yummm!
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Sharp knives and young children are a guaranteed recipe for disaster, but why should they miss out on all the fun of carving a pumpkin this Halloween? Carve-a-Pumpkin enables your child to carve their very own digital jack-o-lantern and then share their design with friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, or email. For those lacking in inspiration, Carve-a-Pumpkin also includes an array of pre-cut facial features, too, along with spooky decorations to personalise.

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Plants vs Zombies


Protect your brainzzzz against the undead this Halloween by planting killer fruit and vegetables around the perimeter of your house in Plants vs. Zombies 2, the long-awaited sequel to one of the most popular tower defence games ever created. Can you help Crazy Dave travel back in time (well, forward, actually) to the exact moment he devoured his delicious taco? Battle your way through Ancient Egypt, the Seven Seas, and the Wild West while trying to stay alive in the midst of a zombie invasion.]

[ Plants vs Zombies HD, iPad, $0.99 - Download Now ]
[ Plants vs Zombies 2, Free - Download Now ]

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  • Mark said:

    Great list of apps! Camera bag is a good one we love! Check out our 2 photography apps to learn how to take better photos:

    Wedding Photography 101 and Portrait Photography 101 you can see these in iTunes here:

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  • Scott said:

    You might want to take a look at sortshots for iPad I am a professional photographer and though its not specifically a portfolio app but it does offer a lot more features.. They have a custom sequence option where you can drag and drop to create custom sequences (apart from several predefined sorting options). It also supports EXIF/Metadata so worth it



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