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/).
3DTOPO has announced PhotoZap 1.0. for the iPhone and iPad. It’s an US$0.99 app that wirelessly transfers images from an existing Photo library or new image captured with the iPhone.
TapFactory Apps has introduced WebToolbox+ 1.0, a $1.99 app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad that features over 60 tools designed to make the Safari mobile browser more like a desktop browser.
3d6 has unveiled Shaolin Training 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Developed by Fernando Ribeiro, it’s a $9.99 game that mixes platforming, physics puzzle, and zen-like meditation.
BeeTV — a new service that helps consumers find and discover TV shows and movies on television, the web and mobile — is offering an iPhone app that enables users to receive personalized recommendations for content ranging from real-time broadcast programming to online and mobile TV shows and movies.
Sweden’s Interactive Institute has announced iSpooks: The Manor 1.0, an $0.99 audio game for the iPhone. Taking place in a haunted house, it’s an adventure game where the sound is the primary gameplay driver. The player has to solve a mystery via interaction with the resident ghosts.
Redbits has released Group Text! 1.0 for iPhone devices. With the $0.90 app, you can send SMS to groups, to handpicked set of contacts or to custom distribution lists that don’t affect your groups. You can also create some templates to save time if you send the same text frequently.
Marvelous Entertainment, Japanese publisher of the “Harvest Moon” and “No More Heroes” video game series, and developer Route 24 have jointly announced the release of “Followars,” their first title for the iPad. The $6.99, two-player game connects your iPad to your Twitter account. You match the people you’re following on Twitter against those of an opponent in a RPG-esque turn-based battles over a local multiplayer on your iPad.
iStockphoto has untethered its community today with the delivery of an iPhone app that allows users to browse iStock’s library of photos, illustrations and audio files from an iPhone or iPod touch.
Zynga has launched its popular social game FarmVille for the iPhone and iPod touch. More than 75 million users across the world play FarmVille and this week marks the one year anniversary of the game, which is a free download.
Tangoe, a global provider of enterprise communications lifecycle management software and related services, has released Mobile Device Manager software version 5.1 (MDM 5.1) which provides full support for Apple’s iOS 4 operating system, enabling businesses to deploy and fully manage iPhone and iOS 4 devices within the enterprise. Tangoe’s latest release of the company’s multi-OS MDM software extends its iPhone and iPad support to include enhanced device and data security, user authorization, real-time expense control, centralized policy control, dynamic device configuration profiles, application management, improved self-service device deployment, troubleshooting, and asset tracking.
Vox Communications, a provider of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and smart phone applications, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Pervasip Corp. is offering a downloadable application for mobile VoIP for use on the iPad, iPhone and iPod mobile devices. Consumers can now make telephone calls on the Vox network from their iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices.
The new SEE-VIEW app for the iPhone and iPod touch uses technology to give users a “spontaneous, intuitive and fun way to navigate their photos.” Instead of relying on keywords, the complex algorithms sort the photos by color, shape and content.
The Omni Group has announced OmniFocus 1.7 for the iPhone. The latest version of the $19.99 mobile personal task management application now includes high-resolution artwork and support for multitasking features introduced in iOS 4.
Phantom Fish has released Byline 3.2, a $4.99 app that offers high-resolution graphics for the iPhone 4’s Retina display. Byline 3.2 also brings multitasking with background syncing and caching to the RSS news reader and offline web browser for iPhone and iPod touch.
FileApp and FileApp Pro 1.9 has rolled out for the iPhone 4 and the iPad. The former is a free file manager and reader. The $4.99 pro has more features.
Silicon Studios has introduced iDownload 2.0, a new version of the $1.99 app for the iPhone and iPad. It lets users download files directly to their Apple device and share them with any browser-enabled device.
Sophiestication Software has updated its Wikipedia app, Articles, to version 1.2. The $2.99 app for the iPhone and iPod touch provides full support for iOS 4, including multitasking, fast app switching, and Retina Display support for the iPhone 4.
Readdle has introduced Calendars 1.0.2, an update of its $6.99 iPhone app that lets people work with Google Calendar online service on their devices. Calendars supports all important functions of Google Calendar, including search, event reminders, invites and even can work offline.