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Pumpkin Carver

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.34/5 (32 votes)


Have some no-mess fun this Halloween with Pumpkin Carver and carve your own Jack-o-Lantern right on your Android phone or tablet. Select from a variety of tools to carve or decorate your pumpkin using just your finger. See the inside of the pumpkin as you carve it!


Pick a pumpkin to carve, then make your creation your own! When you are done you can save your masterpiece or forward it to your friends and family.


Carving a pumpkin has never been easier or more fun!


You can also use this app to test out your Jack-'o-Lantern ideas before you actually carve – you can't use the undo feature on a real pumpkin!


This app supports App2SD – save space on your phone by moving this app to your SD card. Large screens (such as on a tablet) are also supported.


If you like this app, also check out Pumpkin Carver Pro, which adds more pumpkins (including real pumpkin photos) and removes the ads.


This app requires internet, network state, and phone state permissions to show ads, which support the free version. It also requires access to the external storage, in order to save and forward pictures.

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