iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for Nov. 8
Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find 'em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Emeeyou has announced Jungle Adventure for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The free children's game app uses a jungle setting and jungle animals to teach children search and counting skills, and how to identify colors, animals, names and sounds.
Vladimir Puris has released Charge Watchdog. The free app keeps an eye on your device while it's charging and will sound an alarm if someone tries to escape with your phone.
PogiPlay has introduced Swap Booth 1.0. It's free app that makes two faces in the same photo swap with one click. Position, angle, color and brightness are adjusted automatically.
Afnane Studio has launched Masjidway. The $1.99 helps you locate the nearest mosque.
Thumbr has unveiled Dragons vs. Unicorns. It's a free action tower defense.
Bnet has debuted Woodla: The Tower 1.0. The free hidden object game features elements of an RPG, objects are superimposed onto the camera image, making it appear that items are scattered in the real world. Players look for objects in the space around them to progress through the game. The goal of the game is to find and eliminate the source of evil.
Agile Tortoise has cooked up Tally 1.0. It's $0.99 quick counter app.
TheHermonApps has presented Makeyourownquizapp 1.0 for the iPad. The $1.99 app is designed to teach the user step-by-step Instructions how to build their very own iOS quiz app, without any coding whatsoever.
Magic App Studios has created Bee Control. In the $3.99 game, players are the Bee Keeper for an army of bees on four different levels that take players from the nearby park, to Egypt and into the deepest jungle. The mission is to direct the bees to collect nectar and bring it to the bee hive where it's refined into golden honey.