Sketch out ideas, flex your brain muscle, and create smart shopping lists with today’s collection of apps and games.
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Grocery List – Remember To Buy ($ 4.99 → Free, 2.3 MB): Create smart shopping lists with Remember To Buy. Those who want to do away with paper and pencil.
Remember To Buy will help you be a more efficient grocery shopper. New items can take on quantities with just a tap. Items can also be grouped by aisle with the help of colored tags. While shopping just tap to mark items off of your list. Remember To Buy also allows you to create multiple lists, and share lists via Messages or email.
Grocery List – Remember To Buy is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 55 ratings.
Princess Games for Girls Games Unicorn Kids Puzzle ($ 2.99 → Free, 48.6 MB): Help the princess build a magical fantasy world in this children’s puzzle game. Children ages two through five.
Each scene features cork board cutouts. Your child must drag and drop the pieces from the top right corner of the screen into the scene to fill them in. As your child works their way through each scene, new cutouts and pieces will appear. The app includes adorable characters and sounds, and nine scenes.
Princess Games for Girls Games Unicorn Kids Puzzle is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 27 ratings.
Oflow – Creativity App ($ 0.99 → Free, 9.7 MB): Generate inspiration with Oflow. Those who need to get in to a creative flow.
It includes more than 150 proven methods to be more creative. Methods are presented at random, but you may continuously refresh the page to receive new ones by shaking your iDevice. The app also allows you to bookmark your favorite methods, take notes, and share your methods and notes via email, Twitter, Facebook, or Evernote.
Oflow – Creativity App is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 170 ratings.
Wordid – Word Game ($ 0.99 → Free, 9.4 MB): Create four-letter words as quickly as possible in Wordid. Anyone who needs a great way to get their brain going.
Wordid is simple, casual fun. In each game you’re provided with 60 seconds and a jumble of letters. You must drag and drop the letters into the spaces at the top in order to create valid four-letter words as quickly as possible. Each valid word will earn you points, stickers, and additional time on the clock. You’ll also be provided with a new set of letters. Keep the game going for as long as you can to climb the leaderboards.
Wordid – Word Game is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 31 ratings.
WiTop HD – High Speed Remote Desktop ($ 1.99 → Free, 9.8 MB): Access your PC from anywhere in your home or office with this blazing fast remote desktop app. Those who prefer convenience.
You’ll first need to install the necessary company software from http://daimtech.com/witop.html. Then fire up WiTop on your iPad and connect. The app supports both portrait and landscape orientations, and offers complete mouse control and a fully functional keyboard. You’re also able to adjust the screen resolution to ensure peak performance.
WiTop HD – High Speed Remote Desktop is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3-star rating with a total of 60 ratings.
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