Origami Easy Creator 4+

japanese paper fold crafts

Damir Nigomedyanov

Designed for iPad

    • 3.6 • 10 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Discover the ancient art of Origami. Learn how to fold amazing things in a few simple steps. Impress your friends, surprise your kids, make a gift to your parents with just a piece of paper and your skill.

• Here you will find over a HUNDRED animated origami instructions.
• Clear step-by-step 3D directions are so simple even KIDS will make beautiful origami.
• There are different levels of difficulty. You can advance from simple to complex figures at your own pace.

No need to look for video instructions elsewhere. We provide you with the top Origami videos, and it’s included in the app. Watch and learn with the Origami World!

What’s New

Version 5.1

+ bug fixed, NavBar color

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

TurtlesRock! ,

Good I guess :P

It is good for teaching origami if you are not that experienced (like me) because there are little animations that show you what to do, which helps me a lot. You do have to pay 3$, but it is for 96 different origami things, so I think it is a reasonable price. It would be even cooler though If there was an option to pay 3 cents for each origami thing. It would make sense because 300 cents divided by the 96 origami things equals about 3 cents. They probably won't do that though. 😛

b3n03vil ,

Confusing. Improbable. Terrible.

The use of diagrams for the sake of instructing are absolutely useless. The steps are told in such a basic form that the following step may not connect appropriately to the next.
All the pieces seem incredibly fun and exquisite. You do have to pay $2.99 (USD) to be able to download the locked instructions.
There are other free apps that have better instructions; some utilize flash to demonstrate what to do. This app uses "origami basics" which shows general folding instructions. For instance, to make an "insert" fold it would show what an insert may look like. Unfortunately, this fails in most instructions since the visuals don't match the origami being made. Just as bad, dotted lines are implemented to show where a fold should go. Initially, this works but going forward, it begins to confuse more than assist.
A flash update is necessary to show how to make every fold for every origami piece.

Kurutoto ,

Meeds improvement

The instructions are clipped and unreadable when longer then the visible area, which most important ones are.
There is no way to filter or search of any kind. E. G. by difficulty or paper type (square vs rectangular)
To see the type of paper user needs to view the instructions. Which if it is the first time accessing the shape, it will take some time to download. So if u trying to find out what type of paper it is this is very frustrating and a waste of time.
Also it is impossible to tell from the list which shapes are downloaded.
Collection itself is ok. But i have not tried harder shapes and with missing instructions i suspect there will be issues.

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