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iPhone/iPod/iPad apps for July 1


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

McAfee has announced its Trust Digital enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform ( for devices running iOS 4. It provides an upgrade path for existing Trust Digital EMM customers. McAfee also announced the Trust Digital platform will be delivering Mobile Device Management (MDM) capabilities. McAfee announced the close of its Trust Digital acquisition on June 3.

Priority Health says it’s the first in its industry to come out with a mobile ID card app for the iPhone. The free mobile app, Priority Health Member, provides members with access to an electronic version of their ID card.

Little Worlds Studio has announced a new iPad game Splash Duel HD. The US$2.23 app is mix of wall-breaker and tennis set in a underwater world. The iPad game is designed for one or two players where gamers challenge friends in speed face-to-face duels under water.

Riptide Games has introduced iLookGood 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 app takes advantage of the new front camera of iPhone 4 to become a true pocket mirror. In addition to supporting the front camera, iLookGood is optimized for iPhone 4’s Retina Display.For users that haven’t upgraded to an iPhone 4, the app automatically uses a legacy mode black screen background which is still functional as a mirror.

The new, free iPhone app is designed to make it simple for travelers to find and book a nearby hotel room based on the user;s location.

The Assessment and Development Group International has rolled out SuperSell 1.0, a $2.99 app for the iPhone and iPod touch. It aims to teach sales people how to understand and adapt to buyer differences, and how to situationally modify what they say and do to best meet the expectations and preferences of each of their buyers. The sales strategies are uniquely generated through the app’s comparative analysis of the traits and behavioral styles of the sales people and their buyers.

Flight Options, a provider of private air travel services, has launched its first generation iPhone app. The free app offers the ability to build custom trip estimates, access personal Flight Options account information, receive news updates, compare aircraft performance and specifications within the Flight Options fleet, and search from among the 5,000 airports accessible to general aviation using either the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.

PCalc 2.1 is available for $9.99 and adds support for fast app switching on iOS 4 and also for the high resolution Retina Display of the iPhone 4.

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