Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps announced. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (ttp://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Frame Studios S.r.l. has announced Springboard Circus 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application is the first iDevice game created by a long-standing Nintendo and XBLA/PSN developer. The US$1.99 game features a little clown who bounces around, trying to get to the top. It’s your job to quickly draw a line on the screen with their finger, which provides the clown with a trampoline to jump up to the next object on the screen.
Esa Helttula has debuted Fraction Math 1.0, the 14th of his math instruction apps for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The $0.99 provides problem-specific, step-by-step guidance, while supplying thousands of randomly generated problems. Designed for students in grades 3-6, it features context sensitive tips, a single-tap keyboard, and nine settings to customize the content and difficulty of the fraction problems to be solved.
BabySkool have released My First Words in Spanish for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. The $3.99 app is a language learning program for very young children from birth to five years of age.
Michael Kaye has introduced BabyBubbles 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. BabyBubbles is a $5.99 “media-filled journey through your baby’s life.” Interactions with the app let parents log events, add video, audio, and photo attachments or notes, share moments in baby’s life with friends and relatives, and view charts and statistics generated from the collected information.
Bowers Technologies has unveiled Accountable — Accountability Partner App For Christians, their latest in a series of faith-based applications for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. The $0.99 app is designed “to help people live a life of integrity each and every day.” It allows two or more people to daily record and share their answers to questions on matters of integrity, honesty, truthfulness, and diligence with each other.
Rapidrabbit has unleashed Rabbit Sports 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a free sports mini-game. Here’s how it’s described: “Jacob the Rabbit wants to win the great tournament at his forest, but he has to prove his talent at different different kinds of sports first. The player jumps into the role of Jacob the Rabbit to help him win his tournament. Players worldwide compete with each other in this addictive arcade game.”
iStoryTime, a publisher of children’s storybooks for the iPhone, has unveiled“Shrek Forever After,” a digital children’s book based on the DreamWorks Animation film that opens in theaters this weekend. iStoryTime’s online books can be downloaded directly to an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. The ebooks are available globally for $.99-$2.99 in the Apple App Store.
Stewart Malcolm has announced Fuel Smart US 2.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users looking for the best fuel prices at the pumps. It’s a $1.99 gasoline price locator, operating via a collaboration of user community input.
RoboHippo has released HippoRemote Pro 2.2 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. It’s an update of the $4.99 Wi-Fi remote control for Macs, Windows and Linux PCs, featuring tailored controls for dozens of popular Mac/PC/Web applications, a multi-touch trackpad, an international language-capable keyboard, an integrated web browser, and a native Twitter client. Version 2.2 adds a game controller.
Human Touch — the U.S. market leader of innovative massage chairs, Perfect Chair Recliners, and other wellness solutions — has launched its new Wellness ShakeUp app for iPhone and iPod touch, now available for free. At the shake of either device, the Human Touch Wellness Shakeup App delivers wellness information and tips from Human Touch’s esteemed Wellness Council experts, while offering a preview of many of the exciting features that will be available this summer with its revolutionary new massage chair and wellness solution HT-Connect/AcuTouch 9500.
Netflix’s iPad has been updated and adds the ability to send video out through the tablet’s Dock port. Netflix subscribers can now stream movies through their iPad to a TV. Netflix for the iPad is free, but requires a Netflix subscription starting at US$8.99 a month.
EuroSmartz is offering PrintCentral 1.5 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The $9.99 app boasts enhancements to take advantage of 3G iPads and enables anyone to print remotely back to their office or home printer from anywhere via 3G/EDGE.
Aji has rolled out iAnnotate PDF 1.1, an update to their $9.99 PDF annotation tool for the iPad.The new version features a more streamlined user interface and expanded file transfer options.