Hop to it with these great Easter apps

March 28, 2012 at 7:49 AM ET

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TFunPhoto Easter Edition

Get a jump on a happier Easter holiday with these fun Android, iOS and Windows Phone apps.

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Easter Bunny My Face (free on iTunes)

Want to see how you’d look as the Easter Bunny? Transform your face with a selection of three bunny noses and three bunny ears. Then share the results through text, email or Facebook. Or try TFun Photo Easter Edition for Windows Phone (free on Windows Phone Marketplace)

Easter! Find ‘em (99 cents on Google Play)

Can’t wait until Easter to start the egg hunt? With Easter! Find ‘em, you can seek more than 100 objects that the Easter Bunny has hidden in realistic-looking grass. The app even tells you what you should be looking for, so you won’t pass anything up.

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Easter Egg Paint (free on Google Play)

Add paint decorations on an Easter egg, add a personal message and send off your Easter wishes. You can share via Facebook or set as your wallpaper.

Rocket Bunny (free on Google Play or iTunes)

Help the Easter bunny deliver eggs with your rocket-boosted bunny. Navigate with one hand, while you drop eggs with the other, but you’ll have to watch out for bees along the way. There’s an ad-free version for $1.04 as well.

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Pat the Bunny ($2.99 on iTunes)

The Pat the Bunny interactive book has 14 interactive scenes, every page can be used as a coloring book and your child can use the device’s front facing camera to see himself in the book. On April 1, it will get a special, limited-time Easter update. You’ll be able to find the hidden egg in each scene and watch Bunny open them to reveal the surprises hidden inside.

StoryChimes Story of Easter (99 cents on Google Play or iTunes)

This book covers the major parts of the Easter story from the Last Supper, to Jesus' death and resurrection. The book includes read along and read-to-me modes, plus a matching game.

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Easter Bunny Fingers! (99 cents on iTunes)

Want some evidence that the Easter Bunny (or bunnies) exist? This augmented reality app has them popping up all over your neighborhood when you “reveal” them through the camera on your phone.

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