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I am almost ashamed to admit how much time I spent playing this game the first time. This app is an aggregation of various brand logos with missing parts, and you have to name the brand. Unlock new levels by completing milestones within the app. You don’t have to complete an entire level to unlock the next one, but it does take quite a few. And don’t worry, you have multiple opportunities to guess a logo, and hints are available if you need them.
NO MORE ENVELOPES WITH COUPONS! NO MORE PAPERCUTS! NO MORE SCISSORS! Just snap a picture of the coupon you want to use and save it to your phone. It will then create a scanable barcode on your phone for easy in-store use. If you don’t have any coupons, the app also has an updated library of coupons made available from companies taking advantage of the app.
As I said before, I love Talking Tom. For those of you who don’t know what Talking Tom is, he is a cat that you animate with your voice and you can even interact with him in the original app by rubbing his stomach, poking his stomach and knocking him out cold. In this app though, you can send a message to a friend’s phone, e-mail or Facebook by recording a message and letting Tom relay the message. You can also switch through some of his furry friends for more messenger options, and even change the background.
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