Top iPad Apps of the Week

Philip Garde September 4, 2011 0
Top iPad Apps of the Week

Here are our best free iPad apps of the week ending August 31, 2011. You can find below our quick reviews on these top iPad apps.

Sea Bubbles

It is a pretty straightforward game that delivers a great level of entertainment. Everything is presented with ease. You have three difficulties to choose from and your main goal is to pop three consecutive same colored bubbles and avoid them from reaching the top. Because once they do, it’s game over for you. The hardcore difficulty is very tough and challenging. Overall, this is a must have free game of the week.

Monster Mouth DDS

This is a fun, charming game that will truly be enjoyed by kids. The concept is nice, controls are very responsive. You are the dentist, and you need to clean the teeth of the monsters. Pull out the cavities, use x-ray and many more! Be engaged in a very fantastic game. Get ready to be entertained!

Bon Appetit: Pasta Perfect

Pasta cooking at its best with this app as this is the perfect free application for cooking pastas. With over 100 recipes, a lot of mouth-watering photos and step by step guide, cooking pasta is now easy. This iPad app is perfect for anyone and you could be a chef for the day, just follow the simple instructions and get ready to be praised for your cooking. Grab it now while it is still free!

Motion Math Zoom

Motion Math Zoom is an educational iPad app for kids. It previews the different features of this application and if you want more levels you need to upgrade via in-app purchase. It is great for kids as they can memorize or get familiarize with the arrangement of numbers. This is very easy to use without any complicated set-ups. You just need to swipe on the animal and pop the bubble with the number on its right place. Without any complex setting, this delivers a great interactive educational iPad app for your kids.

JibJab Jr. Books

This is the best story telling book that features your own child! Perfect for pure fun and entertainment, put the spotlight on your kid. You can use the iPad camera for the picture, via Facebook’s photos or on your own camera roll. Align the face of your child and you are good to go. The free story is great and it will surely be enjoyed by your kid (considering the fact that they are the main character of the story). If you enjoy the iPad app, you can consider purchasing the a la carte books which cost $7.99 each or the monthly subscription for $3.99 per month.

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