>Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod apps announced. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Meebo has released a free app for the iPhone and iPod touch. It lets users chat with their buddies on every major instant messaging (IM) and social network in a single buddy list.
Cash Productions has announced Baseball Stats 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The US$4.99 delivers stats for Major League Baseball players in a different way. It displays the statistics for a player’s Best Nine Years in Hits, Home Runs, or some other category. It also displays the statistics for a player’s Best Nine Consecutive Years span in any of the previously mentioned categories. Baseball Stats also displays basic information for any player.
The Meredith Women’s Network has released the free Mixing Bowl app for the iPhone and iPod touch. It offers access to the recipes and activities at http://www.mixingbowl.com, Meredith’s social networking site for food enthusiasts.
I-play has launched Artist Colony for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a $2.99 game based on the successful PC franchise. It’s a story “of love and betrayal” and lets you share your experiences by posting game achievements through Facebook.
288 Vroom is presenting “Was Da Vinci the Mona Lisa?” for iPhone and iPod touch users. This free app may end the debate of whether or not the Mona Lisa really was a Leonardo Da Vinci self-portrait (although, personally, I didn’t know there was such a debate). In a few different ways, the app allows the user to compare Leonardo’s famous self-portrait to the Mona Lisa.
Syndicated Puzzles has announced Caveman Test 1.2 for the iPhone and iPod touch. Cave paintings and wear marks on cave floors were the inspiration for the reinvention of a game called “Sticks and Stones.” It costs US$0.99.
Agile Web Solutions has released 1Password and 1Password Pro 2.3, updates to its password and identity management apps for iPhone and iPod touch. 1Password 2.3 now works better than ever with its big brother, 1Password for Mac. 1Password 2.3 is available for $4.99. 1Password Pro is also available now at the introductory price of $7.99, a savings of almost 50% off of its regular price of $14.99.
Apps On The Move has launched Go Calc 1.9.1, an update of the $5.99 app that allows users to build their own custom calculators on the iPhone and iPod touch. Users can create as many calculator mini apps as they need using formulas which will be familiar to anyone who uses spreadsheets. A calculation can contain as many variables and results as are needed. The display of each variable and result can be customized.
Mindwarm has released Swip 3.0 for iPhone and iPod touch users looking for a way to share contact information. The $2.99 app offers in-person, group contact exchange using WiFi and Bluetooth peer-to-peer technology.
Ten Touch has unleashed Find Yourself 1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. It’s a $0.99 search and find game. The concept is simple and similar in nature to the Where’s Waldo? books. To begin your adventure you need to choose who you are from a dozen cartoon characters, and where you are from five crowded scenes.
Hunter Research and Technology has previewed Theodolite 1.2 for the iPhone. This $1.99 multi-function augmented reality app serves as a compass, GPS, map, zoom camera, rangefinder, and two-axis inclinometer. Based on the concept of a centuries-old astronomical instrument, Theodolite overlays real-time information about position, altitude, bearing, and horizontal/vertical inclination on the iPhone’s live camera image, turning the iPhone into a location-aware viewfinder.
Actor Genie has posted Actor Genie 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch users. The $9.99 app for actor provides an introduction to the world of film and television for those gearing up to watch the Oscars. Actor Genie is full of insider information. It’s a reference source, providing insider tips and advice from big name professionals, a directory of important contacts and the latest news about what’s casting.
Jerry’s Home English has unveiled JoyTots Kindergarten 1 version 1.01 for iPhone and iPod touch devices who wish to expand their knowledge base of beginner’s English. The $1.99 is designed for anyone five years old and up. Teaching with a combination of written words, phonics and game playing, the app purportedly exceeds kindergarten English learning curriculum, and is the next step up from the developer’s JoyTots PreSchool app.
Interlocken Technology has released Fare Share Tip Calculator with Receipt 1.5 for the iPhone and iPod Touch users. The $0.99 app calculates each diner’s portion of the total, complete with tip and taxes. Fare Share Tip Calculator even allows for the photo capture and emailing of receipts on devices with a camera.
Jumbofish has announced Redo Hairstyle 1.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 app allows guys and gals “to try on that perfect hairstyle — all virtually, and without committing to the real thing.”
Smiley Cat today announces Just Fractions! 1.5, an update to their $0.99 educational iPhone and iPod touch app that teaches fraction math. This version includes a new definitions section that explains popular fraction math related terms.
Coladia today announced the fourth and last episode of its adventure game Secret of the Lost Cavern: The Fate of Arok for iPhone and iPod touch. Episode 1 is also offered for free for a limited time so users can try and discover this paleolithic adventure. Episode 4 costs $1.99; episodes 2 and 3 are available at $99 cents instead of $1.99 for a limited time.