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Hannah Richards

Hannah is a twenty-something freelance writer with a penchant for horticulture, needlecraft, and analogue photography.

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Christmas is almost upon us and to celebrate, I have rounded up ten of the App Store’s most entertaining Christmas-themed apps for you to download and enjoy during the run-up to everyone’s favorite holiday.

Crack open the mulled wine, polish off a mince pie or several and hit the jump to get in the festive spirit!

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If you have logged into Facebook recently, you may have noticed a large number of cartoon strips cluttering up your newsfeed. Yeah, those colorful 2D images are called Bitstrips and they have recently gone viral, dominating social networking websites the world over.

With Bitstrips, you can transform yourself into a cartoon character and star in your very own comic strip alongside your friends and family. Admit it, you’re curious. Hit the jump to find out more!

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When Apple announced the release of iPhoto for iPad last year, many people, including myself, ditched their current image editing app in favor of the newcomer, simply because of the prestigious reputation of the software itself. But, the question is, how does iPhoto for iPad compare to the likes of Photogene, an application that has been an App Store favorite for over half a decade? Read on to find out!

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Halloween is just around the corner and to celebrate, we here at iPad.AppStorm have rounded up ten of best Halloween-themed apps that are bound to get your evening off to a great start. Dust off your costume, stock up on candy, and hit the jump to make this Halloween the best yet!

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2012 was all about Draw Something. It frequented the top of the App Store’s charts for the best part of the year, and cluttered up Facebook feeds the world over, much to the annoyance of some. Come 2013, however, the hype around the app has slowly fizzled away, and Draw Something has now been replaced by the likes of Hay Day and Candy Crush Saga in popularity.

Well, now Draw Something is back under the title of Draw Something 2, and is supposedly better than ever since being bought by games giant Zynga, but has Zynga got what it takes to get the Draw Something series back to number one? Find out after the jump!

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If you actually stop and think about it, the iPhone and iPad has replaced the need for, well, almost everything really. Books, music, photographs, games, satellite navigation… it is all there, packed inside a device as little as half the size of a paperback novel. But can an iPhone or iPad replace the humble Moleskine, an iconic notebook used by people like Vincent van Gogh and Ernest Hemingway since the 19th Century, with Moleskine Journal? Let’s find out!

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Now, is it just me, or are children’s television and literary characters a little bit, well, bland lately? Can you honestly see Bob the Builder being around another hundred years from now like Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit? No, me neither.

Move over Spongebob Squarepants and Dora the Explorer, our childhood classics are now available on iOS and they are better than ever. Hit the jump for a trip down memory lane.

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I hate packing, don’t you? I usually end up putting it off until literally an hour or two before I’m due to leave, run around the house frantically dumping items into a suitcase, and spend the first part of my trip worrying that I have forgotten something.

This year, I am determined to be more organized, and have enlisted the help of Packing Pro to ensure that I do not forget my passport, toothbrush, or anything else for that matter. Hit the jump to read more.

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Are you a fan of A Beautiful Mess? No, I am not referring to that time your toddler decided to transform your living room wall into a Crayola mural when you turned your back for five minutes. I am talking about the oh-so-popular lifestyle blog written by Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman.

Fan or not, A Beautiful Mess has recently launched an app of the same name, designed to beautify your photographs without having to spend hours post-processing. Click “more” to read on.

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Finally, after a three-year wait, Plants vs. Zombies 2 has landed on the iOS platform, albeit in freemium form. Needless to say, as a longtime fan of the series, I woke up at the crack of dawn and got stuck in, and I am happy to report that I was not disappointed. In fact, the game has even exceeded my (very high) expectations!

For those of you who have seemingly been living under a rock for the past half-decade, Plants vs. Zombies is a tower defence game in which you must protect your home from a zombie invasion using nothing but, erm, plants. Intrigued? Hit the jump to find out more!

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