You Can Download Tayasui Color iOS App For Free, Here’s How [$2 Value]

The Apple Store app (not App Store) is offering Tayasui Color iOS app as a free download with the offer set to end on December 15th.

For those unfamiliar with Tayasui Color, the app offers a interesting take on the tried and tested formula of the coloring book. Bringing the art to the world of iOS, Tayasui Color is aimed at adults rather than children and features a dozen specially created illustrations that users can add their own finishing touches to. Another app from the same developer, dubbed Tayasui Sketches Pro, was only recently selected as Apple’s free app of the week on the App Store.


Normally costing $1.99, Tayasui Color can be downloaded for free right now. If a spot of coloring sounds like a great way to relax – and let’s be honest, it really does – then you’ll need to jump through a couple of hoops to get started.

In order to get your freebie, you’ll need to fire up the Apple Store iOS app, tap on the Discover tab and scroll down. It’s here that you’ll see the promotion for a free copy of Tayasui Color. Next, you will need to tap Download now for free, at which point, the app will give you a promo code that can be used to download the app for free from the App Store.

From the app’s App Store description:

Play with 4 ultra realistic drawing tools selected from our award-winning app Tayasui Sketches, including the fantastic watercolor brush. And enjoy our magic ingredient: Tool Sounds! Our patented Sound Engine provides realistic sounds while you’re coloring for a genuinely soothing and immersive experience.



Remember, the app will still cost the normal $1.99 via the App Store unless you get the promo code from Apple Store app.

When all that is done, you’re all ready to enjoy some coloring. Just don’t blame us if you become addicted!

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