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Fourth of July recipes, quiz and games via iPhone and Android

Get amazing Fourth of July recipes and fun games on the iPhone and Android and celebrate Independence Day with great apps. We thought it would be a good idea to commemorate July the 4th with a few applications that we have found for you to look at.

4th of July Quiz is for the iOS iPhone available to buy at AppShopper for £0.59. Learn more and use your knowledge about the 50 states of the U.S.A. Test yourself and others with three quizzes about their current understanding of the United States of America. The first quiz is all about the states capital, the second quiz tests you on your knowledge of the states flags and the third quiz is about the locations of individual states. With 50 questions in each quiz, you have the power to administer the questions. This is an ideal app to educate you in the history and facts of the great U.S of A.

4th of July Recipes is also an iPhone app available at AppShopper for £0.59. This application will help you obtain great recipes for the 4th of July. Create some wonderful dishes to make your friends and relatives jealous with a book app that will show you some tips and techniques to make that superb recipe for all to admire. With so many recipes to choose from you can pick out your own style of recipe that will give you a professional touch. 4th of July Recipes include For-The-Glory Pie, All-American Pork Baby Back Ribs, Red, White, and Blue Pie, Midwestern Potato Salad and many more. 4th of July Recipes developed by KoolAppz is also an Android app available on

Delicious Desserts – Largest Collection of Dessert Recipes is an iPhone app for £0.59 available at Appshopper. With over 400 recipes, you will never be stuck for an idea. When this application had the title of the largest collection of recipe desserts, they were not messing around. You could find a different dessert for everyday from this fourth of July until the next, and more. Try out the All-American Apple Pie or All-American Apple Turnovers this Independence Day.

4th Of July: Spot The Difference For Kids Free by Christopher Kalu is an iPhone app for kids. This game application is available in iTunes and is a great spot the difference game to keep those children occupied while you make that Apple Pie. With brilliant images, your children will be captivated in trying to notice five differences between the pictures before the time is up. This app has great features that will make them play it repeatedly. Let them join in the 4th of July fun with a spot the difference game.

Kid’s Fingerpainting – 4th of July HD is an iPad app that is free at AppShopper. This finger-painting app will have your child drawing great pictures. With a 4th of July theme, you can observe them coloring in great scenes, adding their own messages and frame. Working as two apps there is an option to use their finished masterpiece as a slider puzzle to turn their image into a fun game. There are 10 different color pages to work on with 19 coloring pages and allsorts of different colors for them to customize their own color scheme.

These are great apps to get you in the mood for this Independence Day celebration. We hope you will find something that suits you. For more recipes to make with your children try visiting

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Written by Marlon Votta

Marlon joined the Product Reviews team in March 2011. He brings a wide-range of experience to PR, and has studied and worked in a diverse range of industries. These include art and design, a Horticulturalist, graphics and printing. Personal interests include music, football, boxing, traveling, and different languages, although Marlon has an Italian background. He now looks to expand his computer and tech knowledge by writing news on the latest trends in this industry. Follow Marlon if you’re looking for an unbiased view of the latest products, and tech services.

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