Our list this week offers something for everyone. Enjoy.
Pixelmator, $4.99, iPad app
First demoed at Apple’s iPad Air 2 event, Pixelmator finally arrived on the App Store this week.
Pixelmator for iPad is a desktop-class app boasting features for creating, editing and enhancing layer-based images. These include a powerful painting engine and various tools for adjusting colors, retouching sections, applying effects, and more.
Toca Boo, $2.99, Universal game
Boo! The latest game in the Toca Boca app series is here. The preschool game features six adorably creepy characters who make their way around a mysterious house.
TinType by Hipstamatic, $0.99, iPhone app
The latest photo-editing app from Hipstamatic is inspired by the daguerreotypes, tintypes, and other photographic processes from over a hundred years ago. Probably not for everyone, but worth checking out.
“Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride,” $9.99, Movie
First released in 2005, “Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride” is fun, enchanting, and yes, a little bit disturbing. For a limited time, it is available to buy for $9.99.
“Oculus,” $5.99, Movie rental
This isn’t your everyday slasher movie. Instead, “Oculus” bends perception and reality to make for one scary film.
Freebies of the week
Every episode of the longest-running American scripted primetime television series in history, “The Simpsons,” is now available for streaming through the universal FXNOW app. Folks, that’s a lot of time to eat donuts.
Need help with your wardrobe this fall? Consider taking a look at the Spring – Go Shopping app. Featuring luxury labels, emerging designers, and more, Spring is one of the first apps compatible with Apple Pay.