Diwali is just around the corner, and among the companies getting into the festive spirit is Apple. In order to help users find the right kind of apps and content for celebrating the festival, the company has updated its App Store. Till October 29, the ‘Today’ Tab on the App Store will showcase apps, games and more specially curated by Apple. Also Read - Apple likely to bring mixed reality headset in 2022 with focus on gaming: Check details
The idea behind this move is to help users in every possible aspect this festive season – be it booking holidays, planning DIY projects or apps to take the best photos. All these apps are listed under different categories. Also Read - Flipkart Big Bachat Dhamaal sale: Best smartphone deals on iPhone 12 Mini, ROG Phone 3 and more
Not everyone likes to buy festive things off the market, and instead spend time creating them at home. For those preferring such DIY projects, Apple suggests you check out apps like Pinterest, LoveKnitting, Houzz Home Design & Renovation, Canva, and wikiHow to name a few. Also Read - iPhone SE (2020) gets a massive discount, available at the lowest ever price
Apart from the decorations, food is something plays an equally important role during the festivities. Apple again suggests a few apps for those looking for ideas to cook up a scrumptious feast. These apps include Food Book Recipes, Kitchen Stories Recipes, Tasty, and Snapguide.
Talking of guests, planning a grand party at home? Apple says these apps will help you plan the ultimate party. These apps include My Party Planner, Cocktail Flow to help with drink recipes, UrbanClap, Swiggy, AnyList, and djay.
Lastly, if you are planning to escape the bustling city for a much needed break, these apps will help you. For travel arrangements, you can check out the App Store for the likes of Yatra, MakeMyTrip, Skyscanner, Redbus, ixigo or Zoomcar. For planning accommodations, you can check out apps like Airbnb, trivago, OYO, and Booking.com.