Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps announced. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
PriceGrabber.com has launched a free iPad app. It enables shoppers to search, find and buy millions of products in more than 25 categories.
Westmont College is offering a new iPhone app for the college community. The free tool will provide access to on-and off-campus information.
MDeverywhere (http://www.mdeverywhere.com), a provider of revenue cycle management solutions for physicians, has developed a web-based practice management offering for all mobile hand-held devices. Providers can now capture charges and view their schedules via any smart phone or other web-enabled hand-held device – such as the iPad or RIM Blackberry — at the time and point of care for improved visibility into their practice operations.
Pretty Cool Software has released Leads 1.0, a US$4.99 iPhone app to help users track conversations and manage relationships. Leads provides automatic follow-up reminders based on due dates and includes organizational features such as contact groups and tagging along with search to help find people and past conversations.
Toughturtle has announced StockWatch iPad Edition 1.0, a $5.99 iPad version of their financial app for the iPhone and iPod touch. StockWatch iPad Edition is a market quote and portfolio tracking tool that allows tracking of investments with personalized watchlists and portfolios.
My Turn Mobile has introduced Warp Factor 1.0, a $1.99 educational game for iPhone and iPod touch devices. An outer-space, arcade-style game, Warp Factor is aimed at elementary school age kids who are mastering simple division. The goal of the game is to drop energy balls of fuel onto spaceships as they fly by.
Esa Helttula is offering Column Division 1.0, a $0.99 educational math app for iPhone and iPod touch. The app can be used to teach and study the column division method. It allows the user to solve random division problems step by step and animates all the steps.
CocciSoftware has produced MusicBiz, a free iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad app for anyone who travels and needs to locate music stores from any position around the world.
The new, free Lighting Library app from Pegasus Associates Lighting “will answer lighting questions for anyone in the industry, from the beginner scanning the aisles of a home improvement warehouse, to the exhibit professional designing a display or exhibit booth for a trade show.”
Wizzard Media has unveiled Zig Ziglar’s Inspiring Words of Encouragement iPhone app. The $1.99 app is a companion app for the “Inspiring Words of Encouragement” podcast.
Apalon Studios has rolled out iParadise 1.0, a $0.99 iPhone game. It’s set on an exotic resort where players engage in various recreational activities and enjoy other attributes of a romantic vacation.
Gigs has released Signal Flags 1.1 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users interested in learning the international language of maritime flag signals. The $9.99 app is a complete resource, providing identification, interpretation, usage and documentation of signal flag communication as set by the International Code of Signals, the U.S. Navy, and its allies.
Polo Planet Software has announced iMagePhone 1.3 Pro, an update of their iPhone and iPod touch wallpaper maker for Mac OS X. Users can crop and resize backgrounds, adds custom text or iCal calendar events to wallpapers as well as preview, organize or upload wallpapers to iPhone. iMagePhone is available as both a free and pro edition. The Pro Edition is $19.95.