Technology has enabled us to frighten our friends, find the nearest haunts and practice our pumpkin carving all with a touch of our smartphones. Enhance your Halloween experience with these awesome #musthaveapps.
Spook your friends on social media with Ghost Lens, a ghostly photo and video sharing app. Ghost Lens transforms your photos by changing and layering the transparency to make it appear that a ghost is looming. Make your ghost truly ghoulish by applying filters and adding scary background music that will freak out your followers.
Voice Changer with Effects
Choose from a number of supernatural sound effects that transform your voice and creep out your colleagues with Voice Changer with Effects. Record yourself telling a scary ghost story and give it a BOO-st by adding freaky effects such as “Devil,” “Death,” “Overlord” and “Alien.”
Haunted Places USA
Seek out the haunts in your area this Halloween with Haunted Places USA, a database of haunted locations around the United States. Users can browse spooky spots in their area by state and read comments of other brave souls. Know of a location that’s not on the list? Help out your fellow thrill-seekers by submitting it for inclusion.
Halloween Pumpkin Carver
Show off your pumpkin carving prowess by using your fingers to create a mess-free Jack-O-Lantern with Halloween Pumpkin Carver. Turn off the lights by tapping the Lights button to see what your mysterious masterpiece looks like at night. Don’t forget to post your pumpkin design to your social networks!
Halloween Spooky Sound Box
Frighten your family and friends with these 50 free Halloween sounds from the Halloween Spooky Sound Box. Choose from a variety of freaky effects, including a chainsaw, raven, werewolf snarl, distant scream and witch laugh. Prank your trick-or-treaters by pairing your smartphone with a Bluetooth speaker, cranking the volume and pressing play on your favorite effect. The reaction will be priceless!
Data usage applies for app download and use.
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