Avoid expensive data overages with DataMan Next. We also have an easy to use GIF creator, and an app that allows your child to learn the alphabet through drawing animals.
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InFrame Foto ($1.99 Free, 48.5 MB): This photography app allows you to effortlessly create collections of framed photos.
The app includes 54 frame designs to choose from and five different format ratios. You’re able to add a photo to a frame by tapping on an open space and choosing one from your library. You can then zoom, pan, and rotate the photo to better fit the frame. Tap and hold on the photo to bring up the image editor to add a variety of effects. The app also includes additional frame customization options like colors and rounded corners, low and high resolution exporting, and the ability to share photos via Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, or email.
InFrame Foto is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 92 ratings.
Before you can begin tracking your data usage, you’ll need to first define your cycle and data cap. DataMan will then begin to track your usage over 3G, 4G, LTE, and Wi-Fi. It will also provide you with a forecast for the month, and can send you push notifications when you break certain thresholds. Most additional themes are available via in-app purchase, but today you can grab a special theme free of charge by selecting the donkulous DONKEYS font within the Theme section.
DataMan Next : Track Data Usage In Real-Time is available for free today only (03/31). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1470 ratings.
Youre able to capture new content using stop motion, auto, or timer camera modes, or you can import photos or videos from your library. When importing a video youre able to trim it down and cut out frames. You can then adjust the speed of playback, apply different filters, adjust the aspect ratio, rotate, and even play your GIFs in reverse. Text can be added over the top of your GIF before sharing it via Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, email, or Messages.
GifBoom – Animated GIF App is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 25 ratings.
Youre able to tap into your Dropbox, GoogleDrive, Box, and OneDrive accounts. You can then move files between all four, including entire folders. The app is able to launch PDFs, Word documents, Pages documents, MP4s, JPGs, and much more. It also allows you to unzip files, and zip them back up to share them via email.
TOP Files Manager Pro – (File & Folder App, PDF, Office Documents, Zip Attach. Cloud Document Reader & Downloader) is available for free today only (03/31). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 134 ratings.
My PlayHome Stores ($2.99 Free, 102.7 MB): Hand your iDevice off and let your child explore the virtual world of My PlayHome Stores.
The app is powered by your childs imagination. You wont find any scores, time limits, or power-ups here. Theyre able to wander around the streets of a virtual city and pop into various stores to buy groceries, shop for new clothes, and grab a snack. The app is fully integrated with the original My PlayHome, so your child can bring everything they pick up back to their virtual home.
My PlayHome Stores is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 491 ratings.
DRAWNIMAL ($1.99 Free, 29.6 MB): Your child is going to enjoy learning the alphabet with Drawnimal.
Before you do anything, youll want to grab some sheets of paper and some pencils. Then launch the app and set your iDevice down right on top of the paper. Drawnimal will display a letter of the alphabet and show your child where to draw. After they are finished drawing they can tap on the play button to see an animated form of an animal that starts with the letter. The app includes letters from A to Z in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
DRAWNIMAL is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 159 ratings.
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