Trigraphy – Transform Photos into Digital Art ($1.99 → Free, 100.6 MB): Turn your photos into digital works of art with Trigraphy. It’ll unleash your creative side.
Trigraphy goes beyond simple photo filters. It’s able to completely transform your original photos using clever drawing algorithms. The app comes with five main effects packages, each with its own collection of presets. You’re able to layer effects, allowing for even more creative possibilities. The app also includes more than 20 textures, a variety of filters, and the ability to blend effects with the original image. Trigraphy includes more than 30 effects in all, with additional ones available via in-app purchase.
Trigraphy – Transform Photos into Digital Art is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 144 ratings.
Rogue Agent ($1.99 → Free, 91.2 MB): Sneak around and use your brain to avoid capture in Rogue Agent. It’s for fans of stealth games.
The agents are out to get you. You’re able to move through the shadows with a tap, or double-tap to make a run for it. Along your journey through the 52 puzzling maps you’ll come across creative gadgets that will help you avoid capture. Intuitive mini-games like lock-picking and hacking break up the gameplay and keep things feeling fresh. You’re able to share replays of your escapes via your favorite social networks.
Rogue Agent is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.
Mos Speedrun 2 ($1.99 → Free, 86.0 MB): Race through action-packed levels in Mos Speedrun 2. It’s for fans of platformers.
Mos has learned some new tricks, like wall jumping and rope swinging, and you’ll have to utilize them in order to make it through the 30 challenging levels. Collect coins, go on the hunt for hidden gold skulls, and move as quickly as possible in order to climb the leaderboards. The game also includes a wide variety of costumes to unlock.
Mos Speedrun 2 is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 41 ratings.
Music With Grandma ($2.99 → Free, 73.1 MB): Teach your children to appreciate music and music theory with this educational app. It’s designed for children ages six and up.
Music With Grandma is loaded with activities for your little ones to enjoy. They’ll get to play musical instruments, learn music terminology and symbols, listen to instruments, play games, learn note names, and more. Grandma will guide them along the way, so you can just hand off your iDevice and let your child enjoy. The app includes seven educational mini-games, 10 instructional videos, and loads of positive reinforcement.
Music With Grandma is available for free today only (04/30). It has a 5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.
Four: The Space Fight ($0.99 → Free, 10.1 MB): A colorful space shooter than can be played with up to four players on the same iPad. It’s a great way to bring friends together.
You’re able to control your spaceship via an on-screen joystick and fire its two weapons via a single button on the right. In career mode, your job is to complete objectives to move on to the next level. In all other modes, your job is to wipe out your opponent. The game includes four spaceships to choose from, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.
Four: The Space Fight is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 13 ratings.
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