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/).
White Sky has debuted a way to access any online account from the iPhone with its new ID Vault for iPhone. It’s an app that offers single-tap access for virtually all online accounts, combined with the security features. ID Vault for iPhone is available now on the Apple App Store. The product is free for up to three online accounts; and there is an in-app upgrade that allows users to add an unlimited number of accounts for a one-time cost of US$9.99.
Apalon has announced Dream Home HD 1.0 for the iPad. It’s an $0.99 s an image gallery for everyone who wants to keep up with the latest interior design trends. The app features high resolution photos. You can browse and draw inspiration from design ideas applicable for any room in the house.
The rock band Linkin Park has released an $4.99 iPhone/iPod touch/iPad app: Linkin Park 8-bit Rebellino.It’s an adventure taking users through six districts in the game, each featuring the distinctive style of a band member. The master goal is to retrieve the band’s stolen music track — Blackbirds, a brand new, unreleased Linkin Park song made exclusively for the game. The song is unlocked upon completion of all missions inside the game.
Herp Games has unleashed Standard Time — Real Live Alarm Clock 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It’s a $2.99 “sculpture” about time and a race against the clock. The app is updated in real time by 70 virtual construction workers.
The new, $2.99 TiltShift Generator for iPad gives you fine control over depth-of-field effects on your photos. You can adjust the color saturation, brightness and contrast, as well as applying vignetting for an authentically lo-fi lens look.
Obecnie has introduced the $0.99 the Metal Fingers app for the iPhone and iPod touch. With it you can animate your choice of seven high resolution rock and roll metal fingers.
Sinecure Industries has rolled out Backlash 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99, steampunk-inspired, physics-based puzzle game. The goal of the game is to flick a ball to a goal. The only catch is that there are environmental hazards that bounce you around, speed you up, slow you down, and in later levels, blow you entirely across the screen. All of this is occurring while a vigilant internal security force is tracking you down.
Anandamide Logistics has released Oceanic 1.0, a $0.99 interactive art-game for the iPhone 3GS, third generation iPod touch, and iPad. It offers visual feedback of finger painting in the water, creating swirling patterns that interact with particles and jellyfish. Oceanic uses the Open GL ES 2.0 shader technology to enable detailed lighting and fluid flow simulation that responds to the user and interacts with movement of objects in the water.
B Healthy U has produced Body & Mind Connection for the iPad. The $0.99 app is designed to help people live healthier lifestyles by showing how various lifestyle factors interact with one another, which among other things can help them eat better, sleep better and handle stress better.
SoundHound has launched a free version of its mobile app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The app includes five searches per month, and offers the same features and music recognition as the premium app, SoundHound Infinity. The SoundHound App can identify recorded music as well as songs users sing or hum.
Jones APR has announced Tech Terms — Technology Dictionary 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The free, iPhone app takes a unique visual approach to showcase today’s hottest technology terms. Each term is described with concise text and a dynamic illustration.
Candywriter has unleashed Dogs Playing Poker 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch, a comic yet competitive take on mobile poker. The $1.99 app has been designed for Texas Hold ’em novices, advanced poker players, and dog lovers alike. Users select their dog breed of choice and then enter a five-round tournament that spans a junkyard, dog pound, train car, den, and Chinese restaurant kitchen.
Safe-t-Technologies has launched PrayerSteward 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch users. Serving as a prayer reminder, the $2.99 app’s mission is “to help users honor their promises to pray for others, even when the busyness of living makes remembering details a challenge.”
Sulaba has released Eagle Quest 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 represents the Circle of life. It comes with an option to give you an cinematic experience; you can just watch without intervening, and it can play by itself. Or you can be the eagle and be part of the circle of life food chain.
GetAppQuotes has released AppQuotes, a free iPhone app that allows users to post iPhone app projects and receive development quotes right from their iPhone. Entrepreneurs and businesses with mobile app ideas post an app project with details of what they would like developed. Mobile developers then view these app projects and bid their development quote accordingly.
PhatWare Corporation has announced WritePad 3.2 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The $1.99 app allows users to enter text utilizing advanced multilingual handwriting recognition software for cursive, print, or mixed handwriting styles. To enter the text you can write with your finger or a stylus on the iPhone screen in either landscape or portrait mode employing your own handwriting style. This update is available in English, French, German, and Spanish.
CVZ Productions has released Daily Tracker 4.7, an update to their $9.99 app for the iPhone and iPod touch. The personal organizer ffers one place to gather and track notes, activities, goals, time and more. Version 4.7 features the ability to synchronize notes with Google Docs and Facebook integration.
Eurocomp has unleashed PocketCAS 2.5, an update of its computer algebra system for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It features more than 500 functions and is available in lite (free) and pro ($9.99) versions.
Dusty Roads Media has introduced My Spot 1.0.1 for the iPhone. With the press of a button, the free app can send out a pre-saved emergency message to family, friends or the authorities and let them know what is happening and where you are. This message can even include a photo or audio recording.
KlickTock says that Doodle Find for the iPhone and iPod touch will be available for free on May 15. It takes the hidden object genre and makes it social. Players compete against their friends, and the world, via online leaderboards powered by Facebook Connect. Each game takes only 90 seconds.
Trotz Software has rolled out Password Caddy 2.0, an update to their $1.99 assword management app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Enhancements include a complete overhaul of the look and feel, including a new Caddy Dashboard feature that centralizes all the common tasks into a single location. Password Caddy now incorporates an auto-lock feature that secures the app when the device falls asleep or looses focus due to taking a phone call.
Television personality and chef Jamie Oliver says his iPhone app, Jamie Oliver’s 20 Minute Meals, will be reduced from $7.99 to $4.99 until midnight (Pacific) Monday, May 3. In addition, users can look forward to five new recipes, bringing the total recipe tally to 60.
llume Software says it plans to create a version of its leading distracted driving solution, iZUP, for the upcoming iPhone OS 4.0. The company says this will further extend iZUP’s reach to millions of additional handsets enabling iPhone users, for the first time, the opportunity to effectively eliminate all mobile phone related distractions while driving.
Nasbrill Soft has updated Shopper Pro, a sales tax and discount calculator for the iPhone and iPod touch, to version 1.1.
Atinco America has rolled out Domino Touch HD 1.1, an update to their $0.99 dominoes game exclusively for the iPad. Graphical refinements in the new version include animated dealing of tiles, marble tiles with inlaid pips, green felt dominoes table, and autorotation.
Stewart Malcolm has released Fuel Smart UK 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch users looking to reduce their petrol expenses. The £0.59 app locates fuel prices and represents a collaboration of user community input and database listings from the UK’s number one fuel data provider, WhatGas.com.
Buenavista Studio s.l. has served up Italian Cooking 2.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This $4.99 app offers a select group of Italian recipes.