Amuse Museum. Become real artist and color the well-known painting with this perfect Application. Let the creativity flow through you. Explore the well-known paintings and have lots of fun.
Here’s what you get:
- Hours of pleasure, beautiful artwork as a result
- Pixel arts based on world known paintings
- High quality content
- And much more cool features to come!
- Weekly updated directory of paintings.
Join Amuseum Coloring Club to remove all the ads and get unlimited usage of coloring tools. We offer monthly subscription for 4.99 USD with 3 days free trial period. Please note:
- Your iTunes Account will be charged after you confirm your subscription.
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- Your subscription's renewal can be turned off in Account Settings.
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We have fixed some bug and improved user experience.
Ratings and Reviews
Some paintings are skewed
I really like this app and paid $6.99 to remove the ads. Normally I don’t mind occasional ads, but the auto fill stops working after 10 minutes and you needed to watch an ad to get another 10 minutes. This is super annoying.
My big beef is that some paintings (particularly very wide ones - so far The Last Supper and The Creation of Adam) are totally skewed. While they can still be colored, they look ridiculous.
Since this seems like the only way you can contact the developer, I’d like to add in a suggestion that the user can use either landscape or portrait modes. This would be especially helpful on the really wide paintings and may resolve the skewing problem.
Ridiculously ad riddled
I am giving this a 1 star because zero stars is not an option. (It should be, though, rating and option.)
It was fine, 4 star, even, (one star knocked off due to the zoom issue, which I’ll discuss in a moment) until the latest update. Now we must watch an ad for a 10 minute area auto-fill. And there are literally *thousands* of individual pixels to color in each artwork. So instead of, say, an hour to do one piece, if you don’t knuckle over and watch ad after ad after ad, you’ll invest HHHOOOUUURRRSSS to complete one project. Really?! It’s ridiculous!!!
But wait, there’s MORE!!
*Then* there are ads that materialize *during* your allotted 10 minutes and no, the timer doesn’t stop for the pop-up ads.
To round off the frustration of this app, the picture automatically zooms in to about 12 blocks in your view. If you’re like me and like a larger view, even after you zoom out to try to color more blocks at a time, it insists on the 12 (or whatever) block view.
If I would have known the update was nothing more than introducing ads to color more than one block at a time, it’d never would have been updated. I will probably delete this app if the developers don’t rethink this little nugget of brilliance.
Some weird things...
I wanted to contact the developer because some of the paintings open slanted.. as in the Last Supper, you can only see about 4-5 people, and the whole thing is skewed to the left, so everyone is all stretched and strange. Wish I could include a screen shot here to show you. You can still paint the images like normal, but they stay slanted. I’ll finish one just to see what happens when it’s completed, but it’s odd.
Anyway, wanted to contact the developer, but I get a warning that the connection isn’t private and it could be a website posing as the developer to steal my information. No thank you, I’ll just go back to the stupid slanted paintings, IF I keep playing.
- Frontapps s.r.o.
- 130.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Frontapps s.r.o. 2018
- In-App Purchases
- Remove ADS $5.99
- Remove AD $4.99
- Amuseum Coloring Club $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.