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April 23

Get lost in colorful scenes, play music in AR, and help deliver gifts in Skyscraper City with today’s collection of apps and games.

AR Synth Music
iPhone
iPad
AR Synth Music

AR Synth Music

Andrew Katsikapes

Play music in augmented reality with AR Synth Music.

Musicians and those interested in AR.

FREE ($0.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

AR Synth Music will help you put on a show. First, grab a crisp dollar bill from your wallet and place it on a hard surface. Then hold or place your iPhone about eight inches away from the dollar bill in landscape orientation. You’ll see virtual buttons appear all over the dollar bill. Simply tap and slide to play. The app has seven programmed sounds, a synthesizer, and eight keys.

You want to show off. It’s a neat way to play music and put your iPhone’s technology on display.

You want to create and record real music. It’s more for fun.

Atomic Toy
iPhone
iPad
Atomic Toy

Atomic Toy

PDJ Apps

Get lost in colorful scenes in Atomic Toy.

Crafty iDevice users in need of some visual stimulation.

FREE ($1.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Beams of light are constantly moving about the screen. You're able to interact with them by tapping and dragging your fingers all over the place. You can switch between the five modes and toggle other options on and off in real-time to see how they affect the pattern. The app includes TV-out support, multi-touch support, and the ability to save your favorite patterns to your photo library.

You need some time to yourself. Its colorful environment will get you back on track.

You’ve grown tired of generative art apps and interactive toys. There’s not a lot new here.

Miao Mi - Learn Mandarin Chinese for Kids & Junior
iPhone
iPad
Miao Mi - Learn Mandarin Chinese for Kids & Junior

Miao Mi - Learn Mandarin Chinese for Kids & Junior

Celestial Movie Channel

Encourage your child to learn Mandarin with Miao Mi.

Parents and teachers.

FREE ($5.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Miao Mi provides a collection of videos and activities that will expose your child to Mandarin. The on demand videos will help your child pick up simple vocabulary through animated flash cards and songs. Your child can also participate in games of matching pairs and repeating patterns.

You want to get your child on the fast track to learning a second language.

You despise subscription models.

Moonlight Express
iPhone
iPad
Moonlight Express

Moonlight Express

Damir Stuhec

Help deliver gifts in Skyscraper City in Moonlight Express.

Fans of one-touch games.

FREE ($0.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Santa’s reindeer are refusing to fly, so now it’s up to a boy named Palti and his overnight delivery service to save Christmas. You’ll see numbers indicating how many gifts are needed for each balcony. Just tap to launch gifts towards them. Direct hits on birds will cost you points, and you don’t want to waste any gifts since you have a limited supply. The game also includes an endless mode, and a variety of delivery vehicles to unlock.

You’re looking for a lovingly crafted casual game. It has a fantastic ambiance.

You’re not feeling very Christmasy this time of year.

Blox 3D Junior
iPhone
iPad
Blox 3D Junior

Blox 3D Junior

Arjun Gupte

Unlock your child’s creative side by allowing them to build 3-D models in Blox 3D Junior.

Children between the ages of one and five.

$1.99
Why we picked this?

Blox 3D Junior’s intuitive control scheme allows anyone to create. They start off with a single block, and they can build from there by tapping and pulling to create new blocks. Make sure your child creates their base and moves upwards first, otherwise it can be difficult to navigate the blocks. The blocks can be rotated with a swipe and zoomed in on with a pinch. Double-tap to delete any blocks that have been created. Your child’s creations can be played out within the app or saved to the photo library. There are four pre-built modes included for inspiration.

You enjoy spending time with your child while building things. It’s a ton of fun for both children and adults.

You want something to entertain your small child on their own. Some younger children will still struggle with the UX element.

Blox 3D
iPhone
iPad
Blox 3D

Blox 3D

Arjun Gupte

Unlock your creative side by building 3-D models with this entertainment app.

Both children and adults.

$2.99
Why we picked this?

Blox 3D’s intuitive control scheme allows anyone to create. You start off with a single block, and you can build from there by tapping and pulling to create new blocks. Make sure to create your base and move upwards first, otherwise it can be difficult to navigate the blocks. The blocks can be rotated with a swipe and zoomed in on with a pinch. Double tap to delete any blocks you’ve created. Your creations can be played out within the app or saved to your photo library.

You like to create. It’s intended for children, but it’s even a whole lot of fun for adults.

You have a child under the age of four.

That's it for today folks!