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

Xiotech Corp., which specializes in Intelligent Application Storage, says its just-launched ISEview application has become the first enterprise storage application available in the Apple App Store. ISEview allows administrators to monitor multiple Intelligent Storage Element (ISE) storage blades and receive real-time performance data, component status and other system information. ISEview is available immediately for free download on the iPhone, and Xiotech expects to deliver an iPad-compatible version soon.

MultiEducator has announced Battleships of the US Navy 1.0 for the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. Third in their “History on the Go” series of iPhone apps, the US$1.99 features more than 260 high resolution photos that can be viewed in minute detail on the iPad. Besides an authoritative history of battleships, the app includes complete specs on all 22 classes, commissioned between 1895 and 1944. A total of 64 ships are listed with histories and hi-res photos, all now in the public domain.

Mobile Game Studio has released The High Seas 1.0, a $4.99 action game for iPhone and iPod touch users. It puts you in the boots of a treasure hunter, fighting against pirates, lethal castles and deadly whirlpools — all while you sail the seas in search of treasure chests.

Steve Glinberg has introduced 123 World HD Geography Coloring Book for iPad, a $1.99 talking coloring book that teaches geography using artwork, sound effects, animation, live Google maps, and music from around the world.

Playrix Entertainment has announced Call of Atlantis 1.0.1 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The $0.99 game is a mix of Match-3 and Adventure and takes players on an quest around the ancient lands of the Mediterranean. Your goal is to acquire seven mysterious crystals of power by swapping adjacent tiles and driving the pieces of artifacts to the bottom of the game screen. has released PriceCalc 2.0 Price Comparison Calculator for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 ompares unit prices based on package sizes, letting users know which product offers the best deal. A currency conversion feature allows the user to see prices in familiar monetary units. PriceCalc can work with imperial and/or metric measurements for length, weight and volume. Currency conversions are updated daily.

iHanWel has introduced iBody 2.9.5, its $9.99 combined fitness and healthcare app for iPhone and iPod touch. It has integrated the Withings Wifi Balance, which measures weight, fat and BMI.

AJI has updated their l PDF annotation tool, iAnnotate PDF for iPad, with a more streamlined user interface and a multitude of additional features and expanded file transfer options. The $9.99 app gives users the ability to sign documents, enter text notes, highlight, and underline with the drag of a finger.