Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps announced. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Alexander Repty has announcedFolio Case 1.0, an US$5.99 PDF document reader for the iPad. It offers a way to import, organize and read their PDF collections.
Fairlady Media has released Take Wing 1.0, a $1.99 game for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a memory and pattern-recognition game.
The Byte Factory has introduced Sleep Blaster 1.0, a $1.99 alarm clock app for the iPhone/iPod touch that can wake the user at either a geographical location or at a point in time. Users need only draw a line on the built-in map, and the GPS-activated alarm will sound when they cross it. An additional feature unique to Sleep Blaster is the ability to stop the alarm by yelling at it. If waking up still proves difficult, the app’s “Dynamite Mode” is guaranteed to rouse even the heaviest sleepers.
Fountainhead International has unveiled StretchPro 1.0, its $1.99 app for video-guided stretching throughout the day for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Wherever they are, users are reminded to perform simple stretches to help reduce muscle strain, fatigue, stress, and injury.
Kode80 has announced HoloToy 1.06, an update to its $0.99, no-glasses, 3D motion tracking technology app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. HoloToy works by distorting the 3D scenes displayed on screen in a way our brains would expect based on the current angle of the device. This update introduces a brand new customizable game Projection Puzzle that demonstrates why true 3D should move with you.
Appular has debuted iSlice 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. In the $0.99 puzzle and reflex gam, players must carefully slice off sections of their playing field while avoiding dangerous, lightning-fast balls. iSlice features 26 levels.
Lilliput Labs has rolled out Mailboxes 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $2.99, multi-user Gmail client providing a way access your Gmail or Google Apps email on a shared iPad.
LANCARD.COM says SuppApp, their new web service, provides a unique URL to iPhone OS developers for use as a support page for their mobile app. Upon registering their application, the SuppApp service issues a custom URL which can be listed on the Apple App Store. The site will then act as an intermediary user support site, where users can post questions, start discussion threads, etc. The service supports the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Hot Chili Apps has announced SMS2 Groups 1.0 for iPhone iOS 4.0. SMS2 Groups was developed to inform groups of people by standard SMS about current news and actual events.
FaceSight Lab has released Face Jump 1.0, a $0.99 adventure game with auto face detection for the iPhone and iPod touch. Your goal is to control a character to jump on moving/disappearing platforms as high as possible and, in the meantime, fight with different kinds of monsters. With its advanced face detection engine, Face Jump will let you to create the game character from anybody’s face, by importing a photo from either on board camera or photo library.
PointAbout’s AppMakr platform (http://www.AppMakr.com) has been upgraded to include native iPhone Photo Gallery and Push Notification capabilities. PointAbout is also continuing to offer the service free while making it completely open to both Mac and PC users.
NexTag, an online shopping comparison site, has released the latest version of its free mobile application for the iPad. The app brings all the elements of the company’s technology to a new platform.
eTouchware (http://www.safe-t.com) says its Safe-T Secure Managed File Transfer Solution now offers secure managed file transfer for iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Lotus Notes, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Opera and Eudora.
Fidelity Investments, a provider of workplace retirement savings plans, has enhanced its free iPhone and iPod touch app to provide workplace savings plan participants access to retirement account information. It now enables Fidelity’s more than 14 million 401(k) and 403(b) plan participants to view balances, positions and year-to-date history, including their personal rate of return.
OrderTalk (http://www.orderTalk.com), a provider of on-demand software and service solutions to the restaurant industry for online ordering, has announced the launch of a new program allowing servers and guests to place food orders while in line or right from the table through an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
Lambic has released an update to the version of its $7.99 Agendus personal information manager (PIM) for iPhone and iPod touch users. The new version of Agendus offers significant interface updates.
The Brainstormer 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch is an update of the $1.99 idea generator app based on a physical idea wheel created by concept artist Andrew Bosley. The Brainstormer generates creative prompts for writing or sketching.
PoweryBase has rolled out NotifyMe 2, a major update to the $2.99 popular iPhone to-do reminder app. Aa free update for all existing customers, the new version brings live cloud to-do sharing for authorized friends and family, new design, over 30 new features and over 100 tweaks.