Christmas is the best time of year for a lot of people, especially for those who have children in their family. You don’t have to rely on only books and movies to get in the spirit of Christmas. Thanks to all the fun iPhone apps available for Christmas, you can better prepare yourself for this holiday. Here are 10 iPhone Christmas apps you should check out this year.
Video Call Santa: this iPhone Christmas app helps keep the spirit of the holiday season alive by allowing you to schedule an interactive video call with Santa. He can greet your kids by name. Users can connect with Santa right away and choose an American or British version.
Santa’s Bag: planning to do some major shopping for the Christmas holiday? This app helps you manage that in a more productive fashion.
Doodle Jump Christmas Special: counting down days till Christmas does not have to be boring. This awesome game not only looks great but is quite addictive.
Christmas Piano with Free Songs: use this to play and sing Christmas carols on a piano on your phone or tablet. It is fun for all ages and skill levels.
Photo Lab: a wonderful photo editor that lets you apply awesome effects to your photos. It has over 9000 effects with over 100 AI-driven styles. The app comes with beautiful frames, holiday templates, and collage maker.
The Night Before Christmas: the good old classic book in form of an interactive app. It includes music, sounds, and other features to improve your reading experience.
Christmas Countdown w/Music: not only shows you the number of days left till Christmas, it also provides you with a healthy dose of holiday music.
Toca Hair Salon: this is a super entertaining app for kids. It involves giving Santa a makeover. It comes with various tools for that. Toca Hair Salon has a kid-friendly interface and can be a load of fun.
Hobnob: this app helps you manage your holiday invitations like a pro. You can send invitations by email and text and get RSVPs fast.
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