The Best Easter Apps
From Easter baking ideas to a children’s version of the Easter story to following the Easter Bunny as he travels the globe, your iPhone or Android phone will get you hopping toward a happier holiday with these apps.
ClickySticky Easter Eggs ($0.99 on iTunes)
Your kids will have fun decorating eggs, filling Easter baskets and building Easter bunnies without the mess with this sticker app.
Natural Colors for Easter Eggs ($0.99 on iTunes)
This app teaches you how to dye Easter eggs with commonly found natural ingredients, like onion skins. You also can’t go wrong with Egg Dyeing 101 from Martha Stewart Living ($0.99, iTunes)
Pat the Bunny ($2.99 on iTunes)
Expanding Easter to include all things bunny, the ebook version of Pat the Bunny is loads of fun. It has 14 interactive scenes, every page can be used as a coloring book and your child can use the device’s front facing camera to see himself in the book.
3D Easter Bunny Tracker ($0.99 on iTunes)
Track the Easter Bunny as he hops around the world delivering eggs to children. You can zoom in on any location on the 3D globe.
Easter Egg Hunt LWP (Free on Android Market)
There are a lot of Easter egg apps, but I enjoy this live wallpaper version for Android devices. It gives you phone an Easter theme and a game in one.
Easter Recipes & Meals ($1.41 on Android Market)
Looking for a new twist on a traditional Easter dish? You’ll find more than 75 recipes for everything from side dishes to lamb to desserts. Chocolate Covered Pecan Easter Eggs anyone?
Bible Comic Book – Passion of Jesus Christ ($1.99 on iTunes)
Aimed at kids 7-13, this comic book of the Passion of Jesus Christ covers the major parts of the Easter story from the Last Supper, to his death and resurrection and his journey on the road to Emmaus. For Android users, the StoryChimes Story of Easter ($0.99 on Android Market) is a good choice.
Holiday Postcard (Free on iTunes)
A step up from the usual greeting card apps, Holiday Postcard lets you send Easter and spring greetings via email on a simulated postcard with an address label and postage. For Android users, check out Build-a-Card: Easter Edition ($0.99 on Amazon.com)