What's new on the App Store: Miitomo, The Powerpuff Girls, and spring cleaning apps
We start our look at new apps this week with Nintendo's first mobile app, Miitomo, a social app that lets you interact with your friends using digital Mii avatars. Remixlive is a new music-making loop app. If you're looking for a new journaling experience, be sure to check out Five Minute Journal. Finally, Roger is an app that lets you send voice notes to your friends.
- Miitomo - Free - Download Now
- Remixlive - Free - Download Now
- Five minute Journal - $4.99 - Download Now
- Roger - Free - Download Now
Games this week are led by Flipped Out, a new match-three puzzle game set in the world of The Powerpuff Girls. LEGO Jurassic World puts you in the world of last year's box office smash, and lets you play through stories of the three other Jurassic Park films. Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 is a new turn-based battle game starring Marvel's greatest heroes and villains. You can also take a look at Finger Hero a game of obstacle avoidance.
- Flipped Out - $2.99 - Download Now
- LEGO Jurassic World- $4.99 - Download Now
- Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 - Free - Download Now
- Finger Hero - Free - Download Now
This week, the App Store is putting the spotlight on great apps for spring cleaning. Use Artkive to save and view your child's artwork without it cluttering up the refrigerator, for instance. Schoola helps you find kids' clothing, with some of the proceeds going to benefit schools. Chairish helps you decorate your home with vintage furniture. You can also get tips and tricks for cleaning with BrightNest.
- Artkive - $4.99 - Download Now
- Schoola - Free - Download Now
- Chairish - Free - Download Now
- BrightNest - Free - Download Now
Check back next week for more new apps and games from the App Store, and remember to check out this week's Free App of the Week.
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