15 Christmas-themed Android apps, games, live wallpapers, and watch faces to get...

15 Christmas-themed Android apps, games, live wallpapers, and watch faces to get you in the holiday spirit

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With Christmas right around the corner, I thought it would be prudent to put together a list of apps, games, live wallpapers, and watch faces that are appropriately holiday-themed. There are a total of 15 Play Store listings within this list, and each one has been hand-picked. So if you are looking for some great Android-specific apps with a Christmas theme, you have clicked on the right listicle.

Google Santa Tracker
Okay, so Google Santa Tracker is pretty much a prerequisite at this point for any Christmas-themed list for Android. But that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be included. I mean what kid wouldn’t enjoy tracking Santa on their phone or tablet? On top of the tracking feature, there are quite a few mini-games included that will help eat up some time before the 25th.
Monetization: free / no ads / no IAPs

Play games with elves in jetpacks, rolling gumballs, sleighs powered by rockets and many more. Once the 24th arrives, follow Santa in his journey around the world. To learn more, visit http://g.co/santatracker. Happy Holidays.

Price: Free

How the Grinch Stole Christmas
How the Grinch Stole Christmas is an interactive book app for the classic Dr. Seuss Christmas tale. Not only does it encourage literacy skills with highlighted narration, but there is professional narration, and custom sound effects included that really liven up any readers experience. This makes it an excellent app for your child’s story time as well as a fun way for them to learn how to read.
Monetization: $3.99 / contains ads / no IAPs

Join the bitter and grouchy Grinch in this interactive book app classic from Dr. Seuss as he attempts to “keep Christmas from coming” to the warm-hearted land of Whoville. Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and follow along with three fun ways to read. Will the Grinch succeed at depriving

Article originally published at: Android Police