The World Wide Web sure does love a good holiday on which to capitalize – and you didn’t think they’d skip Easter, now did you? Once you’ve hunted down those real-life Easter eggs, scoot on over to the nearest screen and try out these Easter-themed tech-tivities. For your consideration, I left the multitude of Easter Bunny tracker apps off the list this time around.
Lindt’s #Pin4Autism Campaign
In an Easter-themed cause marketing campaign, Lindt will donate up to $25 to charity Autism Speaks every time a user repins from the Lindt Pinterest page, up to a grand total of $10,000.
The strategy certainly seems to be attracting attention – as of this writing, there were upwards of 4,000 repins on Lindt’s #Pin4Autism board.
Martha Stewart’s Egg Dyeing 101
You have to be the the committed crafty type to download this festive app from domestic queen Martha Stewart. Throw on the $0.99 price tag and it’s entirely out of the question for people like me – but I have to say, it does make me want to get my holiday craft on.
“This spring, go beyond the familiar and create extraordinary eggs,” says Martha. The app features egg dyeing basics, techniques and how-tos, plus a function to email your favorite egg instructions to friends.
Easter Bunny My Face
“Have you ever wondered what you would look like as a bunny?” ask the developers of this fairly self-explanatory app. Nope, I don’t think I have. But just in case, here’s your chance to see yourself as a human-rabbit hybrid. Import an image from your iPhone, place a bunny mask over it and boom – you’re a bunny. We’d ask you to send us your bunny pics, but on second thought . . . please don’t.
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