Get the Color with Blu Free App and Cover our Facebook Wall!

by Cie McCullough Buschle on July 29, 2011

in Arts and Culture

Just in case your little ones (or you) are so excited for Rio to come out next Tuesday, you just can’t wait another minute, Albany Kid wants to tell you about the app Rio the Movie, Coloring with Blu for your iDevice or Android. And it’s FREE.

You can mix and match characters and backgrounds from the movie and then color them in with your fingers. Like finger painting, without the mess. Right now the selection is limited, but once you get the movie – and you know you’re going to – watch out! There is a special insert included that will unlock an additional ten characters to color. Plus there are four more cool backgrounds from the movie, so you can finger color Blu and his friends until you wear out the screen of your iPad. Well, don’t do that – just have fun!

Plus there is a very special feature that allows you to email your finished masterpieces to all your friends and relatives. Even better, just post them on your Facebook wall. Of course, anyone under thirteen will have to post them on Mom and/or Dad’s Facebook wall. 

What Albany Kid wants you to do is post your pictures on OUR Facebook wall. In fact, we want you to cover our wall with pictures of Blu and his friends! Once the pictures start coming in, we’ll set up a special album of your pictures. After a few weeks, we’ll post them all on the website and that way people who aren’t even on Facebook can see how well you – uh, and your kids – did coloring pictures of Blu and all the characters in Rio.

So get the app and play along. For any iDevice, go to the iTunes store of course: Color with Blu from iTunes.

For any Android, the Android Market is open 24/7: Color with Blu for Android.


| Cie McCullough Buschle lives with her dog Einstein and a cat named Burton Guster. She is a lifelong traveler and enjoys researching history through holidays, toys, and everyday objects. Cie is a sculptor and co-owns The Creative Chameleon, a place where kids and adults can create, paint, celebrate, and just have a lot of fun. Sometimes you can find her time traveling back to the Middle Ages as part of the Society for Creative Anachronism.

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