The latest iOS apps: July 16
Here are the latest iOS apps. You can find them at the Apple App Store.
Campbell Tech has rolled out Tank Titans HD 1.0. It's a free battlefield game that simulates tank combat. Tank Titans puts the player into a tank operator role, demanding active control and combat skills in order to win against multiple waves of computer-controlled enemy units.
Breakout Studios has announced Bouncing Soccer Balls - Colorful Soccer Goals Logic Game 1.0. The object of the free one-touch game is to release the soccer balls into the goals without losing any along the way. Drop them into different colored cups and the soccer balls will change to that color. Collect the colored soccer balls for higher points. You can compare your score to others in Game Center.
KVADGroup has released KVAD Photo Studio 1.0 for the iPhone. The app contains basic and precise tools to retouch images as well as a variety of effects, filters, frames and enhancement features. KVAD Photo Studio is free, but does offer in-app purchases.
Surf City Games has driven out Turbo Cross Racing 1.0. It's a free endless racer in which players compete in a fleet of experimental racing pods through five alien landscapes filled with dangerous mega-obstacles and ruthless competitors, while collecting coins to upgrade to ever-faster ships.
Greenhouse Apps has debuted Jink. It's a freee location-sharing app designed to make it easy to meet up with people you know. With just a few taps, you can send a "Jink" to anyone in your phonebook and, once they accept, see each other move in real-time.
Bang Means Do It has unleashed Herd 'Em. It's a free arcade puzzle game in which players must use their wits to solve a multitude of challenging puzzles.
R&D Instructional Solutions has blasted out RocketMath 1.0 (free). Designed by Dr. Don Crawford, the Rocket Math program is designed to systematically engage and motivate children, ages K through 5th grade, to naturally develop their math facts fluency to a level of automaticity.