Fourth of July is fast approaching, and we’ve decided to compile a list of related apps that may interest you. We do this every year, and this time around we’re highlighting nine applications that may interest you.
Some of these apps have been made especially for the Fourth of July, as they’re focused solely on it, while others are related to it in one way or the other. We did our best to compile a blend of apps that you may enjoy.
Before you start browsing, however, do note that these apps are not listed in any specific order. In other words, just because one app is placed higher on the list than the other, does not mean anything.
4th of July Wallpapers
It’s not exactly surprising that there are several apps out there that contain Fourth of July wallpapers, exclusively. Well, this is one such app, and one that actually works really well. If you’re looking to spruce up your phone’s background for the holiday, you will find a bunch of wallpapers included in this app, and the UI is really easy to use as well. The app also includes a share button, so you can share your favorite Fourth of July wallpapers on social media, or something of the sort.
Fireworks Arcade is actually a game, sort of, and what better game to associate people with Fourth of July than a fireworks one. This is actually a collection of fireworks-based games, it includes three games in total, and it allows you to simulate the physics of various different firework types. You can even enter the “Show Mode” and slide your finger on top of the phone’s display in order to display fireworks of various types and colors.
Google Maps app does not really need a lot of explanation, this is Google’s very own navigation / maps application, and quite probably the best-known app of its kind. Many of you are probably planning to travel for the Fourth of July, to see your family, and this app will come in handy if you don’t know exactly where you’re going. Needless to say, Google Maps app is completely free, and it even allows you to download specific areas, in case you’re expecting to have a spotty Internet connection.
Fourth of July Fireworks Keyboard
Many of you probably settled on a smartphone keyboard that suits you best, and you’re not planning to change it… well, you may consider doing so for one day at least, as this Fourth of July fireworks keyboard is perfect for the Independence Day. This keyboard simulates fireworks in the background, and it will definitely make people pay attention when you start typing something.
4th of July Photo Frame
4th of July Photo Frame app is ideal if you’re planning to create a post for social media on the Fourth of July, or you just plan to send some themed images to your friends / family. You can actually make really nice greeting cards using this app. There are some great frames available in this application, and the app even offers some basic photo editing tools, as you can rotate, scale, and zoom in / out photos.
Google Play Music
So, you’re traveling for the Fourth of July all by yourself and need really good music for the road… well, Google Play Music is one way to go about it. There are, of course, various other streaming services that will do the job, like Spotify, for example, it all depends on what you’re used to. Google Play Music allows you to cache songs for offline use, so that you don’t have to worry about being connected to the Internet, or anything of the sort.
4th of July Independence Day Photo Editor
If you’re looking for a photo editor that will help you create some Fourth of July pictures, well, this is the way to go. This app comes with various photo frames that you can use, while it has all the basic photo-editing tools included. You can add text using this app, and also customize text fonts, colors, and so on. You can edit border colors, font styles, and patterns, while a ton of emojis and stickers are available here, all with the Fourth of July theme.
Fireworks associate people with the Fourth of July, but the same goes for the word “Barbecue”. Many of you are probably planning to throw some meat on the grill, and this app can help you create the best grill possible. This application comes with a really nice-looking UI, and it contains a lot of interesting recipes. On top of that, it also comes with a grocery list, so you can jot down everything you need to get for your barbecue.
GasBuddy is a great app to have on your phone if you’re a driver, period, and it can be extremely handy if you’re traveling for the Fourth of July. This app will help you find the very best gas prices in the area that you’re currently at, so it can be immensely useful if you don’t know exactly where to fill up on gas, or you’d simply like to save some money. The app’s UI is really easy to use, and it looks really nice overall.