The latest iOS apps: July 1
Here are the latest iOS apps. You can find them at the Apple App Store.
Yacha has announced Yacha 1.0. The free app is a messaging platform, allowing anyone to create truly multimedia messages from audio, text, drawings, photos and video, in any combination, which can be sent as a single message.
Vizoal has released Vizoal Football. The free app provides push notifications of live scores, updated match information, videos, comprehensive statistics, lineups and searchable player profile databases from the world's most popular leagues and competitions.
JH Digital Solutions has introduced Jumpy Dress Up Skateboarding - 1D Parody Edition 1.0. In the free game, players must guide their selected One Direction character. Collect enough coins, and you can unlock a number of new customizations, including new clothes and characters.
Texo Design has launched Tappy Bulbs. In the free game, players must turn as many bulbs off as possible by tapping on them while avoiding electrifying sockets.
Listen & Learn has unveiled Listen & Learn: Banjo 1.0. It's an US$1.99 iPad app that that offers banjo students a new way to approach learning music. The combines written notation and audio recordings so you're challenged to figure out notes and phrases by ear. However, you still have a visual reference of where you are in the song.