Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod apps announced. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Wonder Bread has served up its first iPhone/iPod touch app. The Sandwich Wonder-izer app is free and lets you create sandwich combinations from a list of more than 120 ingredients –from cheddar cheese to cucumbers and sprouts to salami — while calculating the sandwich’s nutrition values in real time with each added ingredient.
Charles Huddleston, the director of the independent feature film Assisting Venus, will launch a custom-made Smartphone app for film buyers and the general public to use at the upcoming Berlin Film Festival to access an online screening of the film. During the festival, anyone near the festival venues in Berlin will be able to use their GPS-enabled iPhone, BlackBerry or Android mobile phone to confirm their location and receive a special code to access the virtual screening at http://screening.assistingvenus.com .
Digiarty Software has announced Pigs VS Wolves 1.0, an US$1.99 TD game for iPhone and iPod touch devices. In it you adopt different strategies to defense the wolves’ attack for each level by generating gold coin, choosing characters, using defensive props, and more. Fifteen species of pigs are involved in this war, each with a unique play style.
Digiarty Software ha also released Graves Robber 1.0, for the iPhone and iPod touch The $1.99 3D RPG zombies-shooting game lets you participate in a war between Sara and the zombies. Multiple powerful weapons and equipment are provided for you to increase your attack and defense ability.
Oceanarc has debuted MusiDash 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 multi-utility app has graphics that mimic a car dashboard, while providing a method of finding and playing music while on the move. MusiDash functions display, on one screen, the current time, the device’s battery charge level and signal strength.
Interactive Studio has launched Let’s Discover Animals 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch users. This $0.99 app is designed for toddlers 12 months and older and designed to teach them what 20 different animals look and sound like, as well as how to name them in one or all three available languages: English, French or Spanish.
LutherSoft has released BarSports, a $1.99 iPhone app that allows you to create your own “sport cards” to share with your friends. Take a photo, add a border, a sports icon, and an award, label or saying. You can then email the card to your friends, or yourself, and post it on Facebook.
Houdah Software has debuted ACTRocket 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 web search accelerator that lets you search the web as well as individual web sites. ACTRocket offers shortcuts and comes pre-configured with several search engines as well as a large selection of web sites. You may add your own favorites and assign shortcuts, too.
AT&T has announced the availability of the AT&T FamilyMap App on the iPhone and iPod touch. The free app is designed to provide families with a more seamless experience when locating and connecting with one another on the go using iPhone.
Digi-Key, an electronics components distributor, has released a free Digi-Key app for iPhone and iPod touch users. It’s designed to help design engineers and purchasers source the electronic components they need at any time from anywhere.
Joy Entertainment, in partnership with iPhone application developer Big Nerd Ranch, has added a free “lite” version to the music iPhone/iPod touch application Riff Raters. Riff Raters Lite allows users to listen to all the riffs recorded by users of Riff Raters. The users of the Free LITE version can upgrade for $1.99 and join the Riff Raters music community. In the full version of Riff Raters, users can rate, record and comment on riffs.
Tukaiz has launched PixyMe, an iPhone and iPod touch application that uses true-to-life image personalization technology to create and send a personalized postcard via email, text message, Facebook, or an actual printed postcard through the mail. It costs $1.99. The postcards, which are 4.25 x 5.625 inches, are printed on card stock and mailed anywhere in the world with an actual stamp included in the price. There’ss a charge of $1.99 per printed postcard mailed in the U.S., and $2.99 for postcards mailed to all other destinations.
SoundTouch Interactive has released Sound Touch 1.01 for iPhone and iPod touch users. Using audio, images and photographs, the $0.99 app teaches small children about the sounds of life. There are three categories; animals, transportation and musical instruments and each has 12 different items within their category.
FlySoft has shipped SMS-BOX for Lovers 1.3 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 app contains cards and SMS messages for every occasion and has a selection of more than 500 notes.
Kylinworks has launched Cube Master 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch users. The $0.99 app provides regular gameplay as well as step-by-step instruction and a tutorial for those interested in learning to master the Rubik’s Cube.
TimeStream Software has announced Walt Disney World Guide 2.5, an upgrade of its $2.99 Notescast for iPhone and iPod touch. Now with over 300 pages of content, more than 500 colorful photos, updated information throughout the Notescast and an all new Walt Disney World Dining section featuring over 100 restaurants, the new Walt Disney World Notescast is a comprehensive vacation planner and in-park guide covering nearly every aspect of the entire resort and all four theme parks.
Nuclear Nova has released updates to both its GL Golf ($4.99) and Rocket Golf ($2.99) franchise. GL Golf is now on its tenth major revision, which adds the option to download six new courses. In addition, GL Golf now offers a new method to read putting greens, and takes up 20% less hard disk space. Rocket Golf also adds an additional course and improves thirteen previous holes. Both games have had numerous minor enhancements and minor bugs fixed.