Put together entire presentations in mere moments with zinc Roe’s Doodlecast Pro. We also have an app that allows you to create time lapse videos, and a gesture-driven music player.

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iPhone:

Little Sparks ($0.99 → Free, 18.4 MB): Rescue innocent fireflies from the evil Dr. Crazypants in this turn-based puzzle game. Place walls all over the map to steer and trap the fireflies within them before Dr. Crazypants is able to. You’re provided with three actions per turn, so you must decide if you want to play offensively or defensively. The game includes two modes, three levels of difficulty, and five backgrounds to choose from.

Little Sparks is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.

Brain Power | AmbiScience™ • Binaural & Isochronic Ambient Mind Utility ($0.99 → Free, 74.7 MB): Attune your brain to different states of mind by listening to binaural and isochronic tones with this health app. It includes 11 ambient tracks, 10 entrainment programs, and three noise tracks. It also includes a full set of instructions, background audio support, the ability to create your own custom programs, repeating alarms, and a countdown timer.

Brain Power | AmbiScience™ • Binaural & Isochronic Ambient Mind Utility is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 1026 ratings.

Bugly ($0.99 → Free, 10.3 MB): A match-three game with a twist. The goal of the game is to create and clear vertical chains of three or more bugs of the same color in order to keep time on the clock. Just tap on chains of bugs to remove them, or tap on a bug that’s not part of a chain to rotate the six bugs around it to create chains. As you progress, bugs of different colors will be added, making it more difficult to create chains. The game includes a complete set of instructions and hints, original music, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Bugly is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 21 ratings.

Universal:

Animal Game Show – Whose Toes are Those? – Matching Fun for Kids and Family – Ultimate Edition ($0.99 → Free, 10.3 MB): An educational matching game that has your child trying to figure out whose toes are sticking out from the bottom of the curtain. Your child is provided with three possible answers, and if they select the correct one, the curtain will be drawn. It includes a game show host theme, and a whole bunch of toes!

Animal Game Show – Whose Toes are Those? – Matching Fun for Kids and Family – Ultimate Edition is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 15 ratings.

OSnap! Time-Lapse & Stop Motion ($2.99 → Free, 2.6 MB): Create and share stunning time lapse videos with this photography app. You’re able to quickly jump into the creation process by choosing a preset project, or you can create a more advanced project by fiddling with a whole bunch of customization options. The app includes support for front- and back-facing cameras, a listening mode to snap photos with sounds, a timer mode, all kinds of overlays, the ability to share videos via Facebook or Twitter, and numerous editing options.

OSnap! Time-Lapse & Stop Motion is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 70 ratings.

LeechTunes ($1.79 → Free, 13.2 MB): This gesture-driven music app provides you with a new way to listen to your favorite tunes. It includes customizable gesture controls, portrait and landscape orientation support, 21 built-in skins and themes, Wikipedia info for each artist, the ability to disable auto-lock, AirPlay support, and the ability to share what you’re listening to with your Facebook friends.

LeechTunes is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 223 ratings.

Snabbit ($0.99 → Free, 15.6 MB): Guide a snake-like rabbit creature through asteroid belts to hunt down cosmic treasure in this arcade game. Your Snabbit charges ahead by itself, so all you have to do is change its direction by tapping on each side of the screen to avoid obstacles and collect all of the stars. The game includes 90 levels, an endless mode, hidden treasures to discover, a level editor, and leaderboards via Game Center.

Snabbit is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 309 ratings.

Infectonator ($0.99 → Free, 23.6 MB): Build your own army of zombies in this infectious apocalypse simulator. You’re able to summon and unleash zombies upon the unsuspecting citizens of the world just by tapping a point on the map. Watch as they battle it out with the citizens and begin to spread their infection. Gather the coins dropped from infected citizens to upgrade your zombies, and deploy different items to support your army. The game includes 50 cities to infect, 10 unique zombies, pixel art graphics, and leaderboards via Game Center.

Infectonator is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 867 ratings.

iPad:

Doodlecast Pro ($3.59 → Free, 10.0 MB): Create presentations for almost any occasion with this productivity app. It allows you to record your voice as you draw, and then share your presentation as a video. The app includes multiple brush and pointer styles, the ability to import your own images or choose from one of the many built-in backgrounds, undo and redo, and support for multiple pages.

Doodlecast Pro is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 52 ratings.

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