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

Networking Technology (NTI), which specializes in electronic healthcare technology, has rolled out their ePrescribing solution for the iPhone. This free app will allow U.S. licensed prescribers to wirelessly generate prescriptions using high-speed thin client technology.

iVdopia (, a video and rich media mobile advertising network, has launched the Future5, the first HTML5 ad-authoring solution available for the iPhone and iPad.

Sulaba has released Agile-Scrum Cheat Sheet 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch as well as for Android smart phone platform. The $0.99 features a concise set of  agile project management process flow, scrum methodology, formulas and glossary for quick reference. It can be used as a memory refreshing tool by a seasoned project management professional or as a simple, basic and brief instruction set for accomplishing a specific task by a novice project manager.

Rudicubes has announced Cubz 1.1, an update to their futuristic, 3-D sliding puzzle game for the iPhone and iPad. It’s based on the Slide-15 game of maneuvering 15 numbered tiles into numerical order in a 4×4 grid. Cubz challenges the player to order cubes instead of tiles. Cubz is normally priced at $1.99; however, in conjunction with WWDC 2010, the app will be free until June 13.

In a special promotion with FreeAppCalender,Headcase Games has announced that their puzzle game 180 for the iPhone and iPod touch will be temporarily available for free download today only, Wednesday, June 9. It’s a manic twitch-game disguised as a casual puzzler.

Paulson Apps has released PlanetOne 1.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. It’s a $0.99, retro style, side-scrolling 2D video game that stars a little blue man. The man must run, jump, and roll his way through 22 action-packed levels. Players must guide the little blue man as he searches for The Maya, the life-force of his planet, which was stolen by an evil being.

Davka Corporation and Rusty Brick has rolled out Mishneh Torah 2.2, a $14.99 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It features the complete Hebrew text of the classic code of Jewish law authored by Moses Maimonides, one of the foremost rabbis and Jewish philosophers of the Middle Ages. Users can browse the 14 volumes and study the texts, search the texts with the program’s Hebrew search function, and bookmark and email selections for future reference.

Cyntonetic, creator of music playlisting and recommendation technologies, is offering a new version of its Moodagent mobile app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Moodagent 2.0 allows listeners to share playlists via social web sites, including Facebook and Twitter, and allows for more control over the length of the playlist, as well as a number of other new features. Moodagent is available on in an ad-supported version. An ad-free version will launch shortly for $4.99.