Easter is almost upon us. Thankfully, there is a lot of fun activities that you can do with your iDevices in order to enjoy the end of lent. You can create your very own colorful 3D eggs, send out digital holiday cards to your family or friends, and play some cool games that have an Easter-ish twist to them. Check out this post to see the top Easter apps that you should definitely try out.

1. Easter Bunny Tracker Fun (Free)

This app, developed by Onteca, has three cool features. First, it acts as a timer that lets you count down the days before the Easter bunny comes. Second, it has a GPS tracker that lets you locate the youngsters while they are out in the field and searching for Easter eggs. Lastly, there is a built-in Easter Bunny blog that tells you a little bit about what the Easter bunny is doing. This is an entertaining app that will make the family enjoy the holiday vibes.

2. Paint-on-3D Easter Eggs ($0.99)

If you want your kids to do something fun and creative during their spring break, you can ask them to help the Easter Bunny out by painting some 3D eggs on their iPad or iPhone. This creative tool has a variety of artistic tools like paintbrushes, color palette, stamps, finger painting, and a whole lot more that you can use to design your virtual eggs. Five users can use this, making it an ideal app for siblings. Once they have finished their eggs, they can send it to their loved ones as E-cards.

3. Easter Bunny My Face (Free)

Create fun holiday selfies with this nifty camera app. There are loads of bunny nose and ears that you can use to make your pictures look cuter.  These bunny masks can be resized, rotated, or repositioned to fit your face. Plus, it has this cool opacity slider which allows you to add to up to 50 years to your age. You can instantly share your selfies on Facebook or Twitter after you captured them.

4. Hidden Egg Hunt (Free)

Before you set out in the real to search for Easter eggs, you can practice your egg hunting skill first using this universal app. You only have one minute to search for the hidden eggs in this game, so you have to be alert and keep your eyes sharp. It has music, eleven backgrounds, and challenging levels that will surely keep the kids entertained.

5. Egg Dyeing 101 from Martha Stuart Living ($0.99)

If you want to learn how to create colorful eggs this Easter, Martha Stewart can virtually teach you how to do it. Egg Dyeing 101 has a wide list of 101 unique and fun projects. Each recipe has a step-by-step tutorial guide using videos and pictures.

These are just some of the most entertaining apps that you can use for the Easter holidays. What other creative tools have you used before? Share your experiences in the comments section!