8 Great Halloween Apps

We’ve reviewed a lot of Halloween apps over the past few years… here’s a quick look at some of our favorites!

Singing Pumpkins (Free) (iTunes)

Singing Pumpkins is just one of those Halloween soundboard apps… tap and hear a spooky sound, and this one also makes goofy musical notes… but if I remember correctly it’s really well done and the kids will probably get a kick out of it.

Halloween Postage ($1.99) (iTunes)

Take your Halloween pics and dress them up with this greeting card app! It’s pretty slick and if you’re sending kiddie costume pics to the grandparents I’m sure they’ll be impressed as hell.

C@rds Master (Free) (iTunes)
Halloween C@rds ($1.99) (iTunes)

The C@rds line of greeting cards covers pretty much every major Hallmark holiday, and the C@rds Master app contains a sampling of all of them with in-app purchasing if you want an entire set that’s specifically Halloween or Christmas or whatever. Or you just grab Halloween C@rds and be done with it. It’s one of the best greeting card apps out there! For realz.

Halloween Wordsearch (Free) (iTunes)

I’m a little old for wordsearch apps, but assuming your kids aren’t then this is a nice freebie to entertain them with!

Shoot the Birds ($.99) (iTunes)

This game was free when I reviewed it recently, but I’d totally pay a dollar for it! And it’s not necessarily a Halloween game, but the scarecrow pumpkinhead guy who does all the shooting certainly looks very Halloweeny.

Halloween Puzzoodle (Free) (iTunes)

Here’s a nicely done Halloween jigsaw puzzle game. Tell the kids that they have to complete all of the puzzles before they get any candy and they’ll be out of your hair for hours!

Crazy Pumpkin ($.99) (iTunes)

Crazy Pumpkin was free back in the day, but now it costs a buck. :( There is, however, a free lite version that you can try out if your budget is thin but you’re really in the mood to make some cute Halloween pumpkin faces.

Monster Munch (Free) (iTunes)

I just reviewed this game not too long ago and it’s not bad! Monster Munch is a nice Halloween-themed casual game and the price is definitely right.

That does it for this Halloween app roundup! What, you want more?

Ok… here you go!

Have a safe Halloween, check the kids’ candy for razorblades, call a cab if you’re too hammered to drive, etc. etc. See that? IAR cares!

Saved to my camera roll for posterity

P.S. This terrifying pic was made with Halloween Pumpkinizer ($.99) (iTunes)

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