... and one game.
I'm not a gamer, and most of the games I could play on my iPhone would hurt my hands and arms. So I'm very happy to have discovered Flutter, which is technically a game but doesn't feel like one. It feels like I have my own butterfly sanctuary where hardly anything ever happens, pretty butterflies flutter around, maybe occasionally I catch a falling flower petal, maybe occasionally I feed a treat to the frog, now and then I hatch a new species of butterfly, then I go away for a few hours and when I come back not a whole lot has changed. FLUTTER IS SO SOOTHING. (It's also free! There are ways to make it fancier and faster if you feel like spending money, but I don't.) (Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 6.1 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.)
|My butterfly sanctuary.|
|This caterpillar is sleeping.|
|This caterpillar is plaintively|
waiting for me to feed it that leaf.
|This chrysalis will hatch soon.|
|This bird enlists butterflies and sends them on|
important adventures. Like, warning our ant
friends that an anteater has moved into the forest.
| This frog is waiting for me to|
feed it that glowy bug on the left.
|That bug looks mad.|
|Butterflies hanging out.|