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/).
iContact, which specializes in email marketing services for small and mid-sized businesses, has announced iContact for iPhone. The free app allows iContact users to search contacts, send messages and access iContact analytics on their iPhone or iPod touch.
Appigo has released Todo for the iPad. The US$4.99 app presents to-do lists and tasks on themed paper inserts. The paper inserts are shown inside of a ringed binder. The app includes multiple paper and binder styles that users can choose depending on their preferences.
Book$Price, a new, free iPhone application developed by Direct Textbook, a leading textbook comparison site, is now available for download. The free app facilitates the search of more than 200 online bookstores for price, availability and more.
Syndicated Puzzles has introduced Absorb Water 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 allows you to keep track of everything with a water content above 65%. If you eat an orange, have a bowl of soup or drink a glass of beer this app calculates your daily water intake from all these sources. You have 12 categories to choose from to hydrate yourself.
Punflay has unleashed Number Sense Math, a $0.99 kid’s app targeted at the kindergarteners and children up to the age of around 8. It aims to make math and counting a more interesting and pleasurable.
M-Digital Media has unveiled Daredevil Dave: Motorcycle Stuntman! 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 game features a humorous combination of ragdoll physics and high speed, high flying motorcycle action. The goal is to complete Daredevil Dave’s tour of 18 motorcycle jumps while sustaining as few injuries as possible. The player wins money each time a jump is successfully completed. In the event of a crash, Dave’s medical bills must be paid out of the players winnings.
In collaboration with ITN, Super Monko Studio is offering Ultimate Movie Buff 1.0 ($0.99) for the iPhone and iPod touch, just in time for the Cannes Film Festival. The new quiz includes over 4,800 movie related questions in 15 categories.
Amazon.com has produced an iPad app. The free app lets users search and discover products offered by Amazon and thousands of other retailers and includes features such as bestsellers, daily deals, robust product information, recommendations and customer reviews.
RedSnake Enterprises has released iSolunar Hunting & Fishing Times 1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch users looking to maximize their chances of a successful hunting, fishing or wildlife photography trip. It’s a $4.99 solunar tables app.
TKRM has unveiled Tennis Coach 1.0.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This $1.99 app issues reminders to help a user correct a technique or remember something about the way an opponent plays.
Zidware has freed ZooRound 1.1 for the iPad. The $1.99 app is an integrated part of the Nanoschool Kids series of personal learning apps.
Vladimir Svidersky has rolled out My Baseball Team Schedule 2010 version 1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch users. The update of the $0.99 app comes just in time for the MLB opening season, offering sports fans access to any of the league’s top 30 teams. Users are able to view game schedules, statistics and standings, one team at a time for an uncluttered viewing experience. The app also allows for monitoring rival teams throughout the regular season.
Steve Glinberg has intrroduced the updated release of 123 Color HD Talking Coloring Book for iPad. It’s a $1.99 talking coloring book that teaches numbers and letters in multiple languages including English, Spanish, French, and German.
Electric Pocket Limited has added new features to its $0.99 BugMe! sticky note app for the iPad. The latest version enables users to set alarms which are triggered by push notification. BugMe! now also lets users jot notes on pictures. Finally, the new version also now offers “flexible note positioning” which allows users to drag and drop notes anywhere they choose or organize them in clusters.
Thought Quarry has rolled out Scratch Off Now 1.2, an update to their free “Instant Win Sweepstakes” app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Players can “scratch off” the product message on their device to reveal if they have won an Instant Win Prize such as an MP3 Gift card or iPhone accessory. Users collect points in the Grand Prize Sweepstakes each time they play, and may do so every 15 minutes.
DiSTI (http://www.disti.com/iDevices) has announced the availability of iPod touch, iPhone and iPad (iDevices) support for GL Studio’s Safety Critical Embedded C++ (SCEC++) run-time library. This new expansion of capability enables users to create interface graphic designs on these hand-held devices.