Connect the dots, make videos come alive, and turn your iPad into a whiteboard with today’s collection of apps and games.
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ALIVE Movie Maker & Music Video Editor for iMovie ($ 3.99 → Free, 94.0 MB): Make your videos come alive with this editor. Those who love to share on social media.
Alive has the tools to make your video stand out. It offers the ability to trim, crop, and reorder clips however you please. You’re able to make them pop with various lens flares, light leaks, and film effects, and you can overlay animated effects like hearts, bubbles, explosions, and even dinosaurs. The only limitation is your imagination. The app also includes the ability to share your work with the Alive community and explore for inspiration.
ALIVE Movie Maker & Music Video Editor for iMovie is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 6060 ratings.
Comblosion ($ 0.99 → Free, 20.2 MB): Race against the clock and connect the dots in Comblosion. Gamers interested in a challenge.
Comblosion is all about speed and dexterity. Your objective is to connect the dots as quickly and efficiently as possible by drawing lines with your finger. Crossing previously drawn lines is forbidden. However, you can draw through other dots on the screen in order to create shortcuts. Each connected dot adds a second back to the clock. Random items will also appear in order to help keep the action going.
Comblosion is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 7 ratings.
Stickyboard 2 ($ 4.99 → Free, 2.4 MB): Stickyboard turns your iPad into a giant whiteboard with a never-ending stack of sticky notes. Anyone who needs to track thoughts or map ideas.
Sticky notes of different sizes and colors can be created by double-tapping on the whiteboard. They can also be moved and resized with a tap and drag of your finger. You’re able to select and organize multiple sticky notes by first dragging your finger over them, and then using three-finger swipe gestures to choose a layout. The app also includes the ability to write on the whiteboard with different colored markers, undo and redo, a gallery view, and the ability to share your stickies as a PDF or text.
Stickyboard 2 is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 190 ratings.
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