In March, the world can look a little muddy and gray. The following apps can bring some vivid hues to your life as you wait for nature to put on her spring show.
You Doodle Pro - #1 draw and text app for school, play and work ($2.99)* — You Doodle Pro is loved by its users. Easily change photos, add text, and add or remove color. (Score: 97/100)
Fairy Colors - Magical Draw and Paint Coloring Book HD (Free) — This bright and happy app features seven coloring activities for children. (95/100)
Hair Color Changer - Hair Styles Salon and Recolor Booth (Free) — Using your own photo, Hair Color Changer lets you virtually alter your hair color and share the look with others. (94/100)
Preschool EduPaint - Free Color Book, Coloring Pages and Fun Educational Learning Games For Kids! (Free)* — This app uses vivid colors to help toddlers learn shapes, patterns, numbers, letters and more. (93/100)
Color Text Messages + Customize Keyboard Now Free (Free)* — Color Text Messages+ gives users the ability to change the color and background of text messages. (89/100)
Coloring (Free) — This coloring-book app has black-and-white images of natural subjects that users can decorate with the easy-to-use, vivid palette and editing tools. (Score: 93/100)
Shapes & Colors Music Show (Free)* — This app is designed for very young children, and uses music and song to assist them in learning shapes and colors. (85/100)
Color Flashlight (Free) — Color Flashlight turns your phone into a helpful light source when needed, and can change its screen color to create an ambient-colored light. (85/100)
ColorMania - Guess the Color (Free)* — This app challenges you to remember what color is missing from images; how well do you recall the use of color in media? (84/100)
True Color (Free)* — True Color is a simple game that asks you to select the color whose name is written on the screen, even when the name is written in a different color. (84/100)
*Available on Apple and Android.
Mobilewalla is a search and discovery engine using breakthrough technology to score every app to help consumers navigate the mobile application marketplace. Apps are scored using an algorithm that weighs several characteristics, including user ratings, position within category and staff recommendations. For more app intel, go to www.mobilewalla.com. Anindya Datta is a technologist and founder of Mobilewalla.