The leaves are starting explode with color, your favorite beverage is available in a pumpkin flavor and there are so many great new apps lining the shelves of the App Store. This week, we let the kids create their own TV shows, track down deadbeats in the afterlife, and find new ways to pair down our photo libraries. It’s time for the everythingiCafe apps of the week for October 12th, 2014.
With TeleStory, it lets kids explore their creativity while creating original TV shows and more. The app lets you write, direct and star in their own program. Kids can choose from different categories that include music videos (The Band), science fiction (Star Adventure), mystery adventure (EyeSpy) and TeleStory for completely original work.
With a theme selected, there over 30 animated scenes to help with the filming of your story. TeleStory includes playful TV tropes to help in the crafting of a script. When its time to perform, there are 50 digital costumes to help you get into character.
An incredible app that empowers kids to tell their story.
Download TeleStory ($2.99)
In what has to be one of the most interesting plot lines, our here is a Semi-Organic Autonomous Skull working for the IRS (Infernal Revenue Service). You flick around your skull, using the elasticity of your own brain. An original concept that benefits from the artwork of Bill Mudron, inspired by the Max Fleischer animations of the 1930s.
Skullduggery has been receiving numerous accolades include Apple’s iTunes Editors Choice. The single player mode features three unique worlds with a combined 24 levels of action as you hunt down deadbeats. There are all sorts of collectibles, treasures and power ups that will help as you engage in epic boss battles.
Download Skullduggery ($4.99)
One of the most daunting tasks facing iPhone users is an ever-growing photo library, at a time when trying to make the most of your storage. Removing photos can have a big impact and that’s where Flic hopes to help.
Fliq has a fast and fun interface that helps you quickly delete unwanted photos from your camera roll. Swipe right to keep or left to delete. If you make a mistake, you can always backtrack. When you are ready to commit to changes, just empty the trash.
Panic, the makers of fine Mac and iOS software, have a new version of their SSH app. For webmasters who need SSH access at all times, Prompt 2 gives you the convenience of having an SSH/Telnet client in the palm of your hands.
Download Prompt 2
New and Noteworthy:
Daddy Long Legs
These our your apps of the week for October 12th, 2014. The App Store is brimming with new apps each and every day. Did you spot a great new app this week that we missed? Share it in the comments!