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Best Christmas Apps To Boost Your Christmas Spirit

By on December 17, 2014
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1. Best Christmas Stories

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One of the instant ways to boost your Christmas spirit is to read Christmas stories. While you can grab some Christmas book and read your favorite stories, do you really want to read that book at work?
The Best Christmas Stories app is universal since it can be used on iPhone, iPad and iPod. The app has lots of interesting Christmas stories for the whole family. Folk and fairy tales by the Oliver Thorne, Charles Dickens, Hans Christian Andersen, Freeman, Lincoln, Miller, Lane, Elizabeth Harkison, and many more with full text search.

2. ElfYourself

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One of my favorite Christmas apps that my whole family and all friends love. If you are in low spirits, download this app for free, “elf” yourself and your friends and have lots of fun. Upload at least 5 photos of you, your family and friends from Facebook or your camera roll, choose a dance theme to make a personalized video featuring your pictures on dancing elves. You can share it via Facebook or email to spread Christmas cheer.

3. Sleeps to Christmas 2

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The Sleeps to Christmas 2 app is the sequel to Sleeps to Christmas, the best-selling Christmas app, which allows you to countdown to Christmas with wonderfully animated Christmas characters and fantastic soundtrack of Christmas songs ( Merrily on High, Jingle Bells, Joy To The World, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, and Deck the Halls.) The app is free, though you can buy a pack of extra characters like one of Santa’s Reindeer that flies off in the sky.

4. Santa’s Magic Phone Call & Text

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If you have kids, this app is a must. With this app, your children can call Santa anytime they want and tell him about their Christmas wishlists. These calls are not live so there are no data minutes and airtime. Your kids can call over and over again. Santa can ‘text message’ your kids too. There are over 50 messages that will help you improve your kids’ behaviors. Working on manners, healthy eating, chores and responsibilities, and even potty training are all available for you.

5. Yummy Christmas

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If you are going to cook with kids this holiday season, the Yummy Christmas app will definitely help you have tons of fun. There are lots of quick and easy Christmas recipes that your kids can try. If you are planning to throw a big Christmas parties, your little ones will help you make some simple meals. The app is free and is available in English, German, Spanish and Northern Sami.

6. A Charlie Brown Christmas

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You might think that this app is for kids only, however, it’s for adults as well. After all, don’t you want to help Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the whole Peanuts gang to find the true meaning of Christmas? The app allows you to decorate your own Charlie Brown Christmas Tree, play Schroeder’s piano, go caroling with the Peanuts choir, finger paint with the Peanuts gang, and many more. You will boost your Christmas spirit and improve your child’s musical and reading skills.

7. Where’s Santa?

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Find out where Santa is today and what he’s doing now with the Where’s Santa app. An animated marker will show you Santa’s location and a descriptive message will let you know what he’s doing. Santa leaves an anagram at every location, your task is to solve it. The app will teach you and your kids about all world continents and help improve your memory. Plus, it’s absolutely free.

8. Appygraph eCards

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Nowadays it’s popular to send ecards instead of post cards. Firstly, because it’s quicker and easier. Secondly, because it’s cheaper. The Appygraph app allows you to create your own personalized Christmas ecard and send it instantly from your phone. You can share your ecards via email, messaging, Facebook and Twitter. As an added bonus, there are 4 languages that you can use: English, French, German, Spanish.

When the festive season is approaching so fast, you may not even think about Christmas apps. However, some apps can help make your Christmas happier and easier, especially if you have kids. Using apps isn’t the best way to keep your little ones busy, but it can be a good option at times.
What are your favorite Christmas apps?

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