5 Thanksgiving Apps to Be Thankful For

Believe it or not, Thanksgiving is only two weeks away so forget the Halloween applications and check out these 5 turkey day apps for the iPhone.

iFeast: Thanksgiving

Preparing a Thanksgiving feast can be such a hassle, especially when it comes to the tricky task of getting everything on the table at the same time, hot and ready to eat. iFeast can help. The chef-friendly app provides minute-by-minute prep and cook times, recipes, pre-programmed menus, and shopping lists to help cooks prepare the perfect Thanksgiving Feast. However, don’t worry about being locked into a rigid schedule. Every feature of iFeast is fully customizable.

iFeast, $2.99

In the Kitchen

Looking for new recipes to help you create a perfect meal? The Food Network recently released an app which includes 45,000 recipes from the network’s chefs. Get inspired by Guy Fieri, Alton Brown, Paula Deen, Giada De Laurentiis, Rachael Ray, Bobby Flay, and more. The app includes seasonal meals like Thanksgiving.

In the Kitchen, $1.99


Do you have a lot of family members flying into town for the big day? Track their flights with FlightTrack. It doesn’t matter if Aunt Peggy is arriving from Paris, France or Paris, Texas, FlightTrack provides real-time departure info, delays, cancellations, and more for flights all over the globe.

FlightTrack, $4.99

Thanksgiving Quiz

Test your knowledge of turkey day with the Thanksgiving quiz app. The multiple-choice game is fun, easy, and educational.  Do you know what symbol denotes food and abundance or what a young turkey is called? 

Thanksgiving Quiz, 0.99

Turkey Hunt

What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than to eat a turkey and then shoot one? Turkey Hunt is like Nintendo’s Duck Hunt except players shoot turkeys instead of ducks and can compete with people from around the world. Now kids can compete with children in China to shoot fake birds rather than compete with the neighbor’s bratty kid.

Turkey Hunt, Free

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