Whether you’re planning a Halloween party or just want to add a little spook to your home, there are some great Windows 8 apps to help with everything from pumpkin carving tips to DIY decorations.
Carving. Halloween after Halloween you’ve seen more intricate and eye catching pumpkins carved by your fellow neighbors. Do you still struggle just to carve out two triangle eyes and a decent looking smile? This year it will be much easier thanks to Pumpkin Carving Ideas on Windows 8. With this quick and easy to use reference guide, creative pumpkin carving templates are just a touch away.
Snacks. Overwhelmed by all the Halloween recipes you pinned in preparation for the big party? PepperPlate will manage your recipes, create menus, allow you to shop with ease, and help you cook like a pro on Windows 8. Import recipes from your favorite sites, use the snap view to browse the web and view recipes at the same time, share your favorites with friends and family, and even use multiple timers when you cook. And get this, the shopping list is automatically organized to match the order you shop in the grocery store.
Music. No more awkward silences please! With Rhapsody and Windows 8, everyone will be rocking the night away listening to your monster mash playlist. Complete with entire albums and artist hits spanning the decades, Rhapsody provides a catalog of millions of songs and automatically syncs your playlists and library between the website and home-audio devices and smartphones.
Décor. Make sure your party décor, recipes, gifts, are unique and not what you’d find at every other retail store – and when asked, say you did it all yourself with the ultimate DIY app! Gain access to over 100 thousand tutorials and how-to projects in home, outdoor, kids, recipes, workshop, technology, and more with Instructables on Windows 8. The super clean layout and set up on Windows makes it easy for you to scroll through tons of categories and options, letting you pick the perfect project and giving you step by step instructions to get it done!
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