The Vizmato app is a unique videomaking platform that allows you to cut, edit and combine videos into your own film.
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Euro Truck Driver for Android is a truck driving simulator app. It’s a lot of fun and a definitely a challenge. The app offers multiple levels and challenges as you earn money from jobs and upgrade your truck.
Start the game by selecting a job to earn money. Successfully completing the job earns you money that you can use to spend on upgrading your truck. Be careful because crashing or damaging your deliveries will lose you money.
This game gives you multiple controls for the truck including three steering modes. Multiple camera angles offers you a complete view of everything going on around you.
Peppa’s Seasons – Autumn and Winter is a fun game Peppa Pig fans to play on their mobile devices. This game provides different adventures your child can go on with their friend Peppa Pig. The goal is to have fun and improve motor skills.
Kids can earn stickers to put in their scrapbook which they can organize to their own liking. It’s a fun and interactive game.
If your child is a fan of the popular television show Peppa Pig, they are going to love this game. It is very interactive and safe to play.
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The Kid-Do Timeline is the best way to help your kids get things done on time and without a struggle. By giving kids fun visual cues illustrating the passage of time, Kid-Do demystifies the concept of time and empowers children to be responsible for its management.
We’re not kidding.
We’re parents with small children. We developed the Kid-Do Timeline for our kids, because we saw them struggle to manage their time. We recognized how hard it was for them to understand that every repetition of “put your shoes on” meant they had less time with their friends, at a party, or at a favorite restaurant.
Whether getting them through their morning routines or sending them off to sleep, the Kid-Do Timeline helps make schedules and routines accessible to and fun for your kids.
Blitz Racer 2.0 has the same sleek isometric design, unique controls, and challenging gameplay that you love, but with tons of new tracks and tunes to experience. This version features a retooled difficulty arc and the ability to collect lives to resume your game, prolonging the Blitz Racer experience.
Blitz Racer’s gameplay is simple and straightforward, tap on the left-hand side of the screen to turn left and tap on the right-hand side of the screen to turn right. Your objective is to complete one lap around the track, starting line to finishing line, without crashing into any walls or falling off the track. Sounds easy, right?
As you make your way around the track you will run into booster strips, traps, etc. The booster sticks, as long as you are on them, will boost your racer across the track. Be careful, though, sometimes those boosters will send you straight into a wall! And to top that off, sometimes when going across the track you will end upside down, making turning left into right and turning right into left! Be careful, otherwise you’ll have to replay the level.
To advance to the next level, you’ll have to complete the one that you’re currently stuck on. You’ll be able to purchase the next level, should you choose to do so. You can always go back to a level you’ve already beat, just to hone in on your skills should you need to. Blitz Racer is sure to keep you on your toes with countless fun to be had!
CodePix is the ultimate way to share moments with your friends! Use CodePix to send photos and messages that can only be revealed with a gesture or text passcode. Each post becomes a game that can be played by friends or users in the CodePix community.
Before you can begin using CodePix, the first thing that you’ll need to do is sign in with your Facebook account, thus creating your CodePix account. Once you’ve signed in with Facebook you’ll then be brought into the main feed of CodePix.
In the Feed, you can see other images that users have posted. Some of them will be distorted, oddly colored, pixelated, blurred, and more, this will represent the images that have been coded that you will then need to de-code to see the hidden image. The user who posted the image will have given instructions on how to de-code the image. Sometimes you will have to tap on a certain area, other times you will have to draw on an area, and sometimes it could even be a text clue, either way once you’ve successfully entered the correct code you can then see the hidden image.
To post your own CodePix, you’ll need to tap the camera icon and then either take a picture or choose one from the camera library. Once you’ve got your image in place you can then add filters, distortion, selective color, effects, drawing, and more. Once you are ready to code the image you’ll need to choose either to Gesture Lock or Text Lock the image. When you’re ready to post, tap on the Check Mark and then it’ll be posted to CodePix for all users to see and de-code.
TrackerButtons gives you extreme flexibility but still incredibly simple to track almost any aspect of your life. Create buttons in seconds to keep track of almost anything.
To begin tracking something, say homework, you’ll first need to tap on the “+” in the top right-hand corner of the home screen and this will bring up the Edit Button screen. At the Edit Button screen, you can change options such as the name, color, type, shape, summary calculations, and tags of your button. While many of the options will be the same no matter the type of button you select, changing the type of button will show some options that are specific to that type that you can change such as count increments. Once you’ve finished putting in all of the options for you button, tap Save in the top right corner and you will be brought back to the home screen where you can begin using your shiny new button.
Once you’ve saved your button it’s time to start using it. On the home screen of TrackerButtons, tap on the button that you’d like to track an aspect and your selected action will then take place. If your button type was set up as either a Count or Value there will be no other action need to track but if you’ve chosen a Duration button, you will have to tap the button again to stop the duration so the aspect can be tracked.
On each button, there are Tags, Stats, Settings, and History options that you can also take advantage of. The Tags will allow you to add on Notes, Photos, Voice Memos, Alarms, Location Data, and Videos to your selected button. The Statistics Chart will show you all of the data information that you chose to have your button keep track of, this will come in handy the more that you actually use your button. The Settings of a button will take you into the Edit Button screen where you can change all of the options that you set up for your button. Finally, the History for you button will do just that, show you a detailed history of how many times and when you’ve tracked an aspect with that specific button.
Number Chef is a brain burner puzzle game that is based on a completely new gameplay mechanic, one that rewards skill and careful thinking.
From the main menu of Number Chef, you view all of the episodes that you can play through. There are currently 9 Episodes, each containing 15 Levels for you to play, though. Just like any other game, all of the earlier levels are easy so you can get familiar with the gameplay and as you progress there will be more challenges for you to complete. By default, you’ll have to unlock each Episode by completing all of the Levels within it to advance to the next Episode but you can unlock all levels with an in-app purchase so you can get straight to the tough levels.
When you begin playing Number Chef you’ll be presented with a random number of tiles on the playing field, the number of tiles will depend on the level of difficulty. No matter what level you are on, the mission objective in Number Chef is to create the numbers that show up in the bottom right corner of the playing field. If you fail to create the number you’ll have to repeat the level before you can advance to the next one, however if you have unlocked all levels you can advance to whatever level you’d like to at any time.
To create the numbers on the board and become a Number Chef all you have to do is swipe on the tiles to combine them. There will be some tiles that will subtract the numbers combines, others will multiply the numbers, and others will allow you to add to the tile before moving it. There will even be times that there are leftover tiles, so sometimes there will be a strategy in not using tiles. The combinations of tiles are endless!
Recruit Me app is a marketplace for temporary / permanent job seekers, freelancers and potential employers to have a streamlined exchange of job requirements and job recruitment, right from their phones.
From the login page, you’ll need to select to create either an Employer or an Employee account before you can actually start using Recruit Me. The actual menu structure and navigation of Recruit Me will remain the same no matter what you choose it’ll just be the options for posting that will be different with each different account.
As an Employer on Recruit Me, you’ll be able to post job listings that potential Employees can be vetted for. You’ll have options such as job description, skills required, dates of work, type of work offered, distance willing to travel, and the rate of pay. Once you have filled all of the information about a job, it will then post to Recruit Me and any Employee that matches your job requirements will then show in the Seach tab. From here you’ll be able to go through potential employees and see if they are a match for you. If you find someone you like, tap on the Thumbs Up button and if they also like you back you’ll be able to start a line of communication and hopefully fill the position you’ve posted.
As an Employee on Recruit Me, you’ll be able to post your availability and willingness to take on projects that an Employer can hire you for. When setting up your profile make sure and add all of the skills that you have as those will be used to match you to potential job postings. When you post an Ad for a job you’ll only be able to select dates of work, distance willing to travel, and your current location, everything else will be dependent upon the skills you’ve selected in the account creation. Once you’ve posted an Ad you’ll be able to see any potential jobs in the Search tab and from there you can begin weeding through potential jobs to find the perfect match for you. Once you’ve found a posting you’re interested in, you’ll want to Thumbs Up the Employer and if they do the same then you can start an open dialog and hopefully land that job posting.
With Recruit Me, you can post and find jobs, in a streamlined and easy to use app, right from your iPhone and Android devices.
In this app, the animals present at the manger are given the voice for the first time and tell their own story of the Day that Jesus was born. It is beautifully and classically illustrated with added interactions on the screen in 3D gyroscopic effects.
From the main menu, you can select to play each individual carol separately or you can choose a Play All option which will play each carol one after the other. Once you’ve selected either the Play All or an individual carol, it’ll open up and that’s where the true fun begins!
Once a carol beings to play you can rotate your device to activate the 3D effects. There is no need to tap or swipe on the screen, everything is done with the gyroscope on your device. From there the song will begin to play and just sit back and listen to this one of a kind animal carol. You can enter the settings and adjust the level of intensity for the 3D effects or the sound if you would like to, but the default settings should be just fine. Once the carol has completed it will either move on to the next one or take you back to the main menu depending on what you have selected.
There are settings to change the language should you wish to do so, the default language is English. There are also options to turn the subtitles on and/or off should you wish to turn the volume down and just read along.