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

Kelley Blue Book, a provider of new and used car information, has announced the free, interactive app, which provides iPhone users with the Kelley Blue Book Values and crucial information to negotiate with dealers on the spot. With this app, users will find both new and used-car values, including MSRP, Invoice, New Car Blue Book, Certified Pre-Owned, Suggested Retail, Private Party and Trade-In Values., a digital sheet music retailer and publisher, has launched the Musicnotes Sheet Music Viewer app for the iPad. The free app enables musicians to instantly connect their digital sheet music library with their iPad.

Pedala Games has released Stunt Alien 1.0, their first title for iPhone and iPod touch devices. In the US$0.99 game, players have to help the main character, Ow-Vee The Alien, to get his stunt driver license. Stunt Alien has 40 levels.

Smart Health Software (SHS), healthtech company, says its first product, Pain Free Back, is now available for download for the iPhone and iPod touch for $4.99.

NiXPS has introduced NiXPS View, a $4.99 XPS viewer for the iPhone and iPod touch. It allows you to download and view NiXPS titles.

Pabusily Co is offering You snooze! You lose! 1.0, their new game for iPhone and iPod touch users. In the $0.99, your main goal is to come in first to the zone of next level entry, and do it as quickly as possible. Manage your ball movements with the help of accelerometer, get over terrible weather conditions — ice and wind, get round all obstacles or destroy them.

Disney has produced Split/Second, a $6.99 app for the iPhone and iPodtouch (and coming soon to the iPad). Inspired by the video game of the same name from Disney Interactive Studios, and developed in conjunction with Black Rock Studios, Split/Second is an action-arcade racing game. has rolled out its self-titled fashion bargain hunter’s iPhone app. The free app brings together the best offers from over 300 retailers.

SimpLabs has announces Diet2Go 1.1. It’s an update of the free weight-loss app. After choosing your plan from a large database, you can adjust your meal schedule and have meal reminders integrated directly into your iPhone calendar. In version 1.1, the app offers additional weight-loss tips and tricks, as well as recommendations and success-estimates and more.

Jeff Neumeyer has unleashed IcePics 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. How can you protect yourself from an attack? With the $2.99 app, anyone who suspects they are about to become a victim of kidnapping, rape, robbery or assault simply has to point their iPhone at the suspicious person and push the IcePics button on their iPhone. IcePics will email a picture of the bad guy along with the GPS location of that photo instantly to contacts pre-selected by the owner.

Textbook comparison site Direct Textbook has updated Book$Price — a free iPhone app designed to help students, parents and university staff get the best deals on textbooks — to version 1.1. Book$Price facilitates the search of more than 200 online bookstores for price, availability and more. Search results include new books, used books, ebooks and rental options.