Griffin and Crayola Launch New Silly Face Swap Apps for IOS
My daughter really likes to play with my iPad a lot. She also really likes art and coloring. The problem is she leaves her crayons, markers and coloring books lying on the floor. Griffin and Crayola have launched a new app for iPads and other Apple gadgets called Silly Face Swaps that's available now for $1.99.
The app lets the kids take their face are the faces of people they know and put them into their artwork and then color using the tablet. The app will be updated with new coloring pages over time and finished creations can be shared via e-mail, Facebook, or printed.
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