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"Visually Stunning, responsive, and extremely compelling" - Common Sense Media - [5 Stars]

"If you want to melt and swirl, trip and travel in visual bliss you have come to the right spot. Awesome." - Jordan Rudess, Dream Theater, Creator of MorphWiz

LiquiPad is an addictive visual toy that turns the surface of your iPhone into several different virtual liquids that respond to and interact with your touches. As relaxing as it is entertaining, LiquiPad is also a non-demanding way to keep your mind visually stimulated while listening to music, audiobooks, the in-laws, etc. And, of course, it's a great way to show off the incredible power of your iPhone. Use any of the 12 built-in themes, or use your own photo library for limitless possibilities.

Using LiquiPad couldn't be simpler. Tap or slide your finger(s) across the screen to create and manipulate the waves.
Or, tap the gear icon in the lower left to open the settings menu.

LiquiPad must be seen in motion to be believed. There are numerous videos posted online. Search for 'LiquiPad' on YouTube.

Tip: If you would like to take a screenshot, you can do so by pressing the home and sleep buttons at the same time. The screen will flash, and the image is saved to your Photo Library.


- Stunning high-resolution graphics take full advantage of iPhone 4's Retina™ Display
- Intelligent, speed-sensitive multi touch support
- 12 Beautiful Themes, with infinite themes possible using your own Photo Library or the Camera
- Control over liquid density - make it act like Water, Oil, Syrup, or Gel
- Automatic Wave Generators, such as rain, for use as an animated photo display
- Optional Tilt mode using the iPhone's accelerometer.
- Realistic Liquid sound effects

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Customer Reviews

It's ok but not much2 do

The visuals look pretty good it only starts to show pixels when there's too much going on or if u make too many intense ripples but besides impressing friends which will last about 30seconds and it took me only 5 mins to completely do everything the app has to offer the novelty of it wears off pretty quick and becomes redundant and boring the only other thing to do after completing the above is using ur own pics and making videos with the effect. What would make it really cool and useful would be if u could set this as ur backround or screen saver the home screen and lock screen that would make it better but as is I'm bored with it was cool while it laste ld tho

Very good app

This app is well implemented and fun to use. I think the reviewer who complained about the menu button not being visible is mistaken. It's in the top left corner of the screen if you hold the phone upright. It starts out completely visible, then fades to become almost transparent after a few seconds so as not to distract when you're viewing the picture. An excellent design choice, in my opinion.

Very relaxing.

This app is beautiful and engaging. Actually calming. Love it and recommend it. I like the iPad version a little better, but that's probably because of the bigger screen. No problems accessing the menu here.

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  • $0.99
  • Category: Entertainment
  • Released:
  • Version: 1.5
  • Size: 10.1 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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