Thanksgiving Round-Up: Cornucopia of Turkey Day Apps

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Ah, Thanksgiving! There's so much to do — chatting and eating and football and eating and mapping out the plan for Black Friday and eating. If you're looking for a seasonal diversion to fill in the gaps between meals or an escape from family togetherness, then check out our list of Thanksgiving Day apps. 

Thanksgiving Turkeynizer Greetings Rating 6/10

Thanksgiving Turkeynizer is easy and quick to use. You select one of four turkey images, take a photo or select one from the iPhone’s photo album and position, scale and rotate the picture using the touch screen. Once the photo is positioned on the head of the turkey, a title or caption can be written with choices for font, font size and font color. Next you can preview the card before saving it to the iPhone’s photo album from where it can be attached to emails. Read complete the review for Thanksgiving Turkeynizer...

Thanksgiving Cards Adds a Personal Touch Rating 7/10

Perfect for young and old alike, the app is simple and easy to use. There are six different cards to choose from, each with its own artwork and greeting, and there are  five different colored “pens” that you can use to design your card. Should you make a mistake and want to start over, just give your iPhone or iPod Touch a shake and you will have a blank card again. Read the complete review for Thanksgiving Cards...

TurkeyHunt: Free Target Practice for All Ages Rating 4/10

It’s a race against time to kill the turkeys on the screen to make it to the next level. TurkeyHunt does a few things well. It has very beautiful backgrounds and gamers both young and mature can easily play it. You’ll have to be quick and precise because with each level, the speed and the number of turkeys increase. TurkeyHunt might not be “The Ultimate Turkey Adventure,” but a few cheap thrills never hurt anyone. Read the complete review for TurkeyHunt...

Thanksgiving Feast Lite is a Simple Way to Pass The Time Rating 5/10

Thanksgiving Feast Lite is an easy to learn counting game for kids that is also mildly addictive for adults looking for a lightweight game that's easy to master. The premise is simple: each icon has a number, touch and drag to connect the icons using the appropriate number of lines. The game is timed so you can play against the clock and try to beat your own best time. The holiday-themed graphics and easy puzzles make this a fine diversion for gamers still suffering from turkey intoxication. Read the complete review for Thanksgiving Feast Lite...

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