The Best Halloween Apps for 2016
Are you afraid? You should be. Halloween is just around the corner and of course, here at Asda we’ve been thinking about what our favourite apps are for the spookin’ season. Here is a selection:
1. Halloween Booth 2016
Everybody loves a selfie! This great app will help you and your mates take all the ridiculous photos you want, adding scary broomsticks, ghosts, pumpkins and skulls to the photos before you share them with your friends in just a few clicks. In other words, this is a fully-fledged Snapchat clone, but just for Halloween.
2. Hell Puzzle
Jigsaws are awesome, right? If you like Halloween and you like jigsaw puzzles, then you need to buy Hell Puzzle. It’s basically 16 Halloween HD images in puzzle format, so this will be something you can play over and over again. With the ability to make puzzles ranging from 4-300 pieces, and the capacity to time yourself with a stopwatch, there’s a puzzle here for every ability, age or concentration level.
3. Pumpkin Pal
This is digital pumpkin carving at its best. Ready, set, carve! Choose your pumpkin shape and then carve away. Send your creations to your friends and family. If you’re at work and you’re not allowed to bring in carving equipment to the office, this could be a great way to get your team into the Halloween spirit!
4. The Walking Dead: Dead Yourself
Halloween 2016 will be marked by season 7 of The Walking Dead. So, there’s really no excuse why you shouldn’t turn yourself into one of the walking dead for Halloween. Take a selfie and then choose from one of the 40 gross options before sending the photos to your mates.
5. Halloween Soundlab
This app is full of horrific sound effects that you can use to scare the living hell out of your friends, flatmates and relatives. From dragging chains to haunted winds and ghosts, this app makes a great trick or treat companion piece.
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