Christmas Trees: Top 5 Paid iOS Apps
As it is getting close to the festive season, yesterday we posted our top 5 free Christmas Tree iOS apps, so today we are going to give you our top 5 paid iOS apps for your iPhone, iPod Touch and Apple iPad.
The top 5 paid Christmas tree iOS apps don’t actually cost a great deal to download from iTunes and are basically all under a buck, which isn’t a great deal to pay for a Christmas tree app is it. So without further ado here are out top 5 paid iOS Christmas tree apps…
First up is Oh Christmas Tree (Santa’s Christmas Village) for the iPhone and iPad and costs just $0.99 and features ornaments, bells, and lights. The bells light up when playing and the object is for you to repeat the sequence and a new bell is added after every turn.
Then there’s Christmas Tree Decorator for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad at $0.99, which delivers High Resolution Graphics, Two finger Multi-touch control, 3 Christmas Songs to choose from by Kevin MacLeod, 36 Decorations to choose from including lights presents and ornaments, 3 Different backgrounds, we’ve covered this app before and can be viewed (here).
Next we have Christmas Tree 3D app for iOS devices and costs $0.99 and with this app you can select a Christmas Tree and decorate it with numerous 3D ornaments tree toppers, ribbons, blinking lights, candy canes and the like, and even add a decorative Christmas tree skirt.
Fourth we have the Build a Christmas Tree app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch for $0.99, an app that enables the user to select and customise a Christmas tree with decorations tree toppers, branch spaces, tree colours, and you can snap a picture of your tree to send to friends and family.
Lastly in this top 5 paid iOS Christmas tree apps we have Christmas Tree Trouble for iOS devices at $0.99 and is a game whereby the user is required to match two alike Christmas trees whilst beating the clock and it gets harder with each level.
So there you go, out top 5 paid iOS Christmas tree apps available from the iTunes and all just under a dollar, not much of a price to pay for getting your iOS device in the festive spirit is it?