9 apps for Halloween: Games, prank tools and scary effects

How does your phone case get a makeover for Halloween? How about your apps? Try these spooky apps for Halloween fun. May of these iPhone apps are great companions to Halloween mischief. 

Halloween Alarm Clock


by TourBuddy Systems

Start your morning off with a scare! Awaken to spooky sounds that will get you in the Halloween spirit. You can set multiple alarms and choose from 20 sounds. From "Bad Babysitter" to "Trapped by a Demon," you'll have your ears full of horrific wake-up calls.



by Legacy Effects LLC

This creature feature face morphing program has seven different modes including zombie, werewolf, vampire, and witch. Mix and match to create an unique monster.



by gamedoctors

A survival game, featuring undead-themed castle defense and entertaining, physics-based gameplay with multiplayer mode.

True Ghost Stories From Around the World


by Joe Kwon, Inc

The read ghost stories on True Ghost Stories From Around the World and submit your own.

Dracula HD


by Inverted Pear

Read 45 pages of dramatic illustrations, interactive animation and a spellbinding musical score, this captivating adaptation brings a classic story to life.

Ghost Radar®: LEGACY


by Spud Pickles

This app is designed to detect paranormal activity. Ghost Radar® makes various readings on the device. Traditional paranormal equipment can be easily fooled when simple mundane bursts of normal energy occur. 

Free Halloween Sounds Pro


by Dream Injector, LLC

This app has spooky and scary sound effects and a time delay feature that makes it worth getting. Instead of getting caught with your phone in your hand as you play the sound, use the "Timer Trickeration" feature, pick a sound, delay it, and walk away.

Mickey's Spooky Night Puzzle Book


by Disney Publishing Worldwide Applications

This fun and interactive Mickey and Friends Puzzle Book is a perfect Halloween treat - designed specifically for little fingers!

Flashlight by Rik


by Henri Asseily

This flashlight is great for safety, but can also strobe for effect.


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