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Cake Bites Maker
Bake More Cake Maker Inc.,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||3.0||April 17, 2017||3.9|
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Version 3.0 released on April 17, 2017
* Bug fixes and stability improvements.
Version 2.2 released on October 28, 2014
•Fixed issues on iPad on iOS 8 •Bug fixes and stability improvements
Version 2.1 released on December 05, 2013
-Fixed a bug that caused the app to lose previous purchases (Please click restore purchases in the store and you will get them back!) -Fixed a bug that caused crashes on iOS 5
Version 2.0 released on November 27, 2013
New! •iPhone 5/5s and iPod Touch 5th gen now fullscreen! •Unlocked two more cake batters for FREE •Unlock four more decorations for FREE •Bug fixes and stability improvements
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The only app that lets you bake, decorate, and eat your very own realistic cake bites! Cake Bites are the most exciting new dessert out, and now you can make your own! Cake Bites Maker lets you go through all the steps to make a real cake bite. Cake Bites Maker has tons of batters and hundreds of decorations in Hi-Res! Batters include: •Confetti Cake •Strawberry •Mint Chocolate Chip •Chocolate •Vanilla •Yellow Cake and TONS More! Decorations include: •Tons of frosting to spread on the cake bites •Toppings with icings and fruits, candy, and nuts •Fun extras like moving candles and wacky stickers •Beautiful hi res backgrounds to show off your creation •Many shapes from turtles to dolphins to cut your cake bite into After baking and decorating your cake bite, you can eat it or save it to your very own cake bite gallery. This free app includes a wide sampling of batters and decorations, and if you like it, you can purchase the rest from the store in the app.
Cake Bites Maker Ranking History | Games
Cake Bites Maker daily app ranking in Games category for the last 30 days.
Cake Bites Maker Worldwide Rankings | Games
Cake Bites Maker rankings per country in Games category.
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