Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find 'em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
NitroDesk has announced TouchDown for iOS devices. The US$19.99 email solution works by partitioning all corporate data into its own secure container. IT can effectively separate enterprise data from the user's personal data on the device, ensuring their BYOD programs are both secure and flexible, according to the folks at NitroDesk.
Pro Code Media has released Property Investment Calculator 1.0. The $4.99 app gives buyers return on investment information and more. Users input the financial terms of adeal and Property Investment Calculator returns: the amount of funds needed to close the deal, instant equity, cash on cash return, monthly cash flow, and long term projected profit, among other metrics. The app includes 14 different metrics.
Pro Code Media has introduced Self Defence Trainer -- Martial Arts Jiu Jitsu 1.0. Brought to life by 30+ year trained mixed martial artist, Professor Robert LeRuyet, the free app intertwines Brazilian Jiu Jitsu with Combat Sambo.
Riggerman Games has unveiled Wingbreaker. It's a free, arcade strategy shoot ‘em up title.
Realore has launched All my Gods 1.0 for the iPad. It's a $4.99 strategy/god-sim title developed in which players get an opportunity to play as a soon-to-be-god on his tryouts. The mission is to make a tiny village grow into a great Empire.
Ozmundo has debuted Wonky Eyes Face Changer 1.0. The free app can take a photo and instantly convert it to a comedic scene by the addition of silly features to all of the faces it finds.
Papaloizos Publications and CrystalClearSoft have teamed up for My First Greek Book Vol. 1 for the iPad. The $9.99 app has writing, audio and interactive elements, providing learning components required to learn a language for kids' ages three to six.
Toy Chest Games has presented Death Call 2 for the iPhone and iPod touch. It's a free shooter in which you play as a federal marshal on the hunt for a mysterious machine attacking towns in the West.
Games For Girls has created Games For Girls: Dress Up 1.0. The $1.99 dress-up app for girls boasts a wide selection of clothes to choose from.
Mezmedia has developed Bamba Post Office 1.0 for the iPad. In the $1.99 app, kids can build parcels, design them and have it delivered to a wacky character.
1Tapps has given us 1Tapps 1.0. The $0.99 app consolidates the user's most popular smart phone activities onto the phone's home screen.
Pro Code Media has rolled out Credit Score Calculator ($3.99). App users no longer need to pay for their credit report. Users input certain details about their financial history and they're given a credit score, as well as specifics on how to increase their score. The app asks users to answer five questions pertaining to their payment history, credit age, inquiries, debt usage and account mix. Responses are calculated using a proprietary credit score formula and an actual credit score is given.
Blue Arts Entertainment has served up Slugs in Peg Solitaire 1.0. It's a $0.99 game where funny slugs compete for a place to receive a great prize.