Putt your way through a gorgeous transforming world in Damp Gnat’s casual game, Wonderputt. We also have a colorful music player that was made for cruising, and a slick task manager.

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iPhone:

Stezza ($0.99 → Free, 1.2 MB): This music player was made for cruising in the car. It’s large, easy to read buttons allow you to play, skip, pause, and crank up your music with little effort. You’re able to choose new tunes by tapping on the album art or by swiping right to left on the screen. You can also change the color of the entire interface to match your mood or style. The app works great in portrait or landscape orientation as well.

Stezza is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 13 ratings.

My A-Z ($1.99 → Free, 4.5 MB): This highly customizable educational app helps your child learn the alphabet. They can scroll through the collection of flashcards one by one with a swipe. Each card includes a letter of the alphabet, a word that can be associated with the letter, and an image of the word. You’re able to customize each card with a new word, image, and even recorded sound.

My A-Z is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 7 ratings.

Busy – Stop Procrastinating, Get Busy. ($2.99 → Free, 7.8 MB): Stop letting procrastination win and start getting busy with this slick productivity app. Whenever a new task comes to mind, just tap on an open field in your list. You can then assign it to a category and project list. You’re able to reorder tasks by tapping and dragging them into place. You can also move them between project lists if necessary. Daily reminders can be set up to ensure you start your most important task.

Busy – Stop Procrastinating, Get Busy. is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 7 ratings.

Universal:

Forever Lost: Episode 1 ($1.99 → Free, 44.0 MB): Get forever lost in this point and click adventure game. You must try to discover who you are, where you are, and how to escape by piecing together the puzzle of your life. Collect items, scribble notes, and snap photos to work your way out of the haunted nightmare you’re trapped within. The game includes an eerie soundtrack, 3-D environments, and a full hint guide.

Forever Lost: Episode 1 is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 10 ratings.

Lingo Zoo ($0.99 → Free, 38.8 MB): A charming jigsaw puzzle game that will teach your child animal names in English and Spanish. Your child must tap and drag the pieces into place to complete the animal puzzle. Once whole, your little one will hear the animal make a sound and its name will be read aloud in both languages. The app includes seven colorful environments, and loads of animal puzzles to put together.

Lingo Zoo is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 24 ratings.

iPad:

Wonderputt ($0.99 → Free, 20.5 MB): Prepare to be blown away by this eye-popping putting game for iPad. Wonderputt consists of a single world that transforms as you make your way through its 18 challenging holes. Tap and drag your finger away from the ball to set the power and angle of your shot, and then release to fire. Once you sink the ball, the current environment will unravel and reconstruct to create a new one. The game also includes an unlockable Wonder mode, a triple length soundtrack, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Wonderputt is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 343 ratings.

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