Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps announced. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (

James Hollender has released EZeeCalc for iPhone, iPod touch and EZeeCalc XL for iPad. It’s an US$1.99 calculator featuring a streamlined interface.

iHomeEducator has unleashed a new app in the iLiveMath series for the iPhone and iPod touch. iLiveMath Oceans ($2.99) combines math and marine life so students “live” with oceanographers and divers through illustrative math questions and multimedia. iLiveMath Oceans teaches addition, subtraction, and fractions with three levels of difficulty for K-6 graders.

Oofsource has rolled out All Cars Catalog — 48,000 Cars 1.0 for the iPhone iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The $2.99 app provides full search capabilities of over 48,000 vehicles, including 205 car brands since 1900, over 8,000 color photos, and detailed specifications for every listing.

Intelligenti Publishing has unveiled Tips & Tricks — iPad Edition 1.0, their help guide to using the iPad. It features over 70 tips ranging from taking a screenshot, using the iPad as a photo frame and even how to use the compass.

Cazual Games has released Kodix for iPhone, a brain teaser that hails from the code-breaking boardgame, Mastermind. It costs US$0.99, though there’s also a feature limited, free, “lite” version.

Technical Made Easy has unveiled HandiCraft 1.0 for the iPad. The $4.99 app provides over 150 patterns with full instruction, HD video lessons and 500  pages of content for Quilting, Knitting, Crochet and Embroidery. It is the perfect companion for needlework or crafting offering modern day patterns, materials and more. Every topic is carefully defined with easy to follow how-to’s that are fully illustrated and delivered in a step-by-step approach with HD video lessons.

Geodesic — a provider of mobile and desktop solutions for instant messaging, VoIP and Internet radio — has unveiled Mundu Radio for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. The $@.99 app lets users tune into unlimited streaming audio content anywhere, anytime directly from their mobile device.

DeviceFidelity has produced its In2Pay solution. The free app lets iPhone users make contactless transactions, such as Visa mobile payments, by waving the iPhone in front of a contactless payment terminal.

Adapster — an adaptive test preparation app available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch — is offering new features to would-be test takers, including adaptive tests and a free diagnostic exam with detailed score reports. The app creates a custom study plan tailored to their needs. Adapster is available through iTunes in the App Store on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, and a demo of the app can be viewed at .

Greenway Medical Technologies — a provider of the integrated, single-database electronic health record (EHR), practice management and interoperability solution PrimeSuite — is offering its remote clinical and financial solution PrimeMobile onto Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

Advantage Title, a provider of advanced title insurance and escrow services powered by Title365, has produced its Title365 Mobile app for the iPhone. The free app integrates location-aware convenience and visual accuracy with mobile access to nationwide property, ownership and sales comparable information.

Houdah Software has announced ACTPrinter 1.8 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 app takes the paper out of electronic tickets, boarding passes, and more. With ACTPrinter all your documents travel with you — on your iPad, iPod touch or iPhone.

Pabusily Co. has released Childrenboom 1.1, a $0.99 on-line solution for the iPhone and iPod touch. It offers the answer to the main question: “How to predict Baby Gender?”

Lovely Apps and Logistic Win Software have teamed up to introduce Super RockNRoll 3D HD 1.1, their 3D accelerometer based puzzle marble game for the iPad. It’s a $1.99, 3D action arcade game with 31 action levels.

Asia Development has announced Chrome-8 8.4, an update to their $0.99 puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app provides two playing modes, Apprentice and Master, with each mode containing 150 puzzles of increasing difficulty. Players can save puzzles in progress, access any puzzle, post on OpenFeint, and try to solve puzzles in the minimum number of moves.