Here’s 20 new and noteworthy apps that do everything from enhancing your photos with stylish text to providing the latest NFL scores to making sure you move for 30 minutes daily. Check these out for yourself!
Violet’s 12 Days of Christmas is Violet’s classic holiday tale with hand-drawn illustrations and lots of interactive animations. The app also includes Read-to-Me or Read-to-Myself options. View on iTunes
Pocket Cocktails app contains over 500 of the most popular cocktail recipes, with full screen photos, tips and trivia, and brand new Halloween drinks too. You can search by drink name or ingredient and you can save your favorites. View on iTunes
The Elements: A Visual Exploration lets you experience the beauty and fascination of the building blocks of our universe. You start off at a living periodic table where every element is shown with a smoothly rotating sample. Beside that is a column of facts and figures, each of which can be tapped to bring up rich detail and current information. On the element’s second page, photographed objects representing the element fall down, rotating a fraction of a turn as they settle in to form a beautifully composed page. Over 500 freely rotatable objects that can be examined from all sides. View on iTunes
True Blood Comics app lets you read the free issue #1 now, and issues #2 through #6 are available for either single purchases or as a one time purchase for the full series. You can view full size pages, and turn your iPhone or iPod touch horizontal to read panel-by-panel. View on iTunes
eBook Search provides access to 2 million free ebooks from classic to modern and puts the user’s selected book onto their preferred eBook reader. The app is compatible with Kindle, Nook, iBooks, MegaReader and other eBook readers. View on iTunes
The Kindle app gives users the ability to read Kindle books, newspapers, and magazines on an easy-to-use interface. Users have access to over 950,000 books in the Kindle Store plus over 100 newspapers and magazines. With Amazon Whispersync, all notes and bookmarks are synced across all devices so users can pick up where they left off on another device. View on iTunes