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/).
ASK Video Interactive Media, a creator of software tutorials on DVD, has released the Tempo Delay Calculator for the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Also available in a free desktop version for Mac and PC, this US$0.99 app allows synchronization of digital delay devices to song tempo. Simply enter the song tempo, choose the note type, and the delay setting is calculated in milliseconds for entry into the delay unit.
Playtainment, the family games label of the publisher RTL interactive GmbH Games Publishing from Cologne, has announced Fire Panic, a $0.99 game for the iPhone and iPod touch. It pits would-be firefighters against a seemingly never-ending barrage of catastrophes needing immediate attention.
Pabusily has introduced PicSea 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch that serves for processing of images of various digital formats. It’s a $0.99 app aimed at filtering and correction of photos of medium and low quality with possible defects and distortions, made with some amateur and semi-professional cameras. PicSea enables simple and quick work with photos while using high-capacity tools of image processing.
Washington, D.C.-area communications professionals have a new means for obtaining news and information about their local industry with the availability of an iPhone app for “Capitol Communicator.” It’s a free download at the Apple App Store.
SpeedDate.com, the world’s largest speed dating website, has rolled out a dating app for the iPad. SpeedDate allows singles to browse photos and profiles in great detail, search for matches and quickly connect while on the go.
Penpower is offering its WorldCard Mobile in the European market. By leveraging the device’s camera and its Text Recognition technology, it provides a mobile business tool that transfers contact data from business cards directly to the iPhone address book. WorldCard Mobile costs $5.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) .
TimeStream Software has updated its $3.99 Walt Disney World Notescast for iPhone and iPod touch users. It sports over 300 pages of in-depth interactive information, complete with more than 500 photos.