The most patriotic day of the year is upon us, and nothing will stop us from celebrating the US of A in every way possible. To help you achieve this goal, we’re researched the app stores to find the apps that will enhance your 4th of July spirit and turn your mobile phone into Uncle Sam’s new BFF.
Meat and greet
If you’re planning a 4th of July BBQ (and we know you are!), you’ve probably prepared your meat, beer and decoration. Now, all that’s left to do is download the BBQ Go app and you’ve got yourself a mobile cooking thermometer! Impress the guests with cooking accuracy and advanced technology, all wrapped in one yummy bite.
Win one for America
Even though the casino was not exactly invented in America, after adding our special sauce, no form of entertainment is more American than a night out at the casino floor. If Las Vegas is a bit too far away, or you just can’t get up from the couch after all that BBQ, all you have to do is take out your phone and download a fun casino game. Thanks to games like 88 Fortunes (by SciPlay, a super successful American company!), you’ll immediately be transported to the casino of your dreams, without having to move anything but your thumb.
Light up the sky
The 4th of July fireworks are monumental, but if you missed them this year (again, let’s blame the BBQ), worry not! Apps like Fireworks Arcade will let you create your very own fireworks and throw a party in the sky with a single tap. You’ll form brilliant displays of fire and color without the added noise and pollution, because loving America also means taking care of our environment. Not only will you have way more fun than visiting a crowded space and barely getting to see anything, your choice of mobile fireworks will have nearby pets and people with PTSD thanking you.
There are plenty of ways to celebrate America’s big day, and we trust that you’ll know just how to include your mobile in your own holiday agenda. If you already have a few July 4th traditions that are related to apps and devices - let us know in the comments. Happy 4th of July, everyone!