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

THQ Wireless has announced Star Wars: The Battle for Hoth for the iPhone and iPod touch is now available for download on iTunes for US$2.99. In the game, players assume the role of the commander of the Rebel forces as they defend the shield generators from the Imperial ground troops. With 15 levels, two game modes and two difficulty settings, plus a help and unit guide, the strategy game challenges players to properly place defensive units in order to stop waves of enemy units from destroying the generators. Star Wars: The Battle for Hoth was developed by Fluffy Logic.

Hypnovisualization has released AIRelaxation 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $2.99 app is designed to help those suffering from flight phobias to reach a state of deep relaxation, both mentally and physically, in order to fly more comfortably. AIRelaxation uses a hypnovisualization technique that employs guided narration to inspire visual images and includes soothing alpha rhythm sounds.

ASC Software has debutedTug of War 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch users. The $0.99 app offers short games of speed during which multiple players try to collect power up items while winning a tug of war game. In-game items have power-up capabilities that can move a loser to winner status. Two players can pit their skills against one another on a single phone, or users can access a challenge on multiple phones via Bluetooth technology.

Sarsoft has rolled out Paddle Pong, a free iPhone/iPod touch game. It’s a two-player paddle and ball game. An iPad version, Paddle Pong HD, is also available for $1.99.

Brag Book is a new, $1.99 photo wallet app (with captions) for the iPhone and iPad. It allows you to: add your favorite photos from your iPhone gallery; organize those photos in the order you want; add captions; and choose from 16 options for the wallet cover.

Oceanhouse Media has released three new Dr. Seuss eBooks for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. “Green Eggs and Ham” and “Hop on Pop” are both now available in the App le App Store for $3.99 each. In addition, Oceanhouse Media released the Dr. Seuss short-story, “Gertrude McFuzz” for $1.99. All Dr. Seuss eBooks are designed as universal apps that can be used on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch for no additional charge.

Intersog is offering Pocket MBA – 101 Financial Solutions 1.0, a $39.99 mLearning app for the iPad. 101 Financial Solutions is a business course divided into three distinct sections: course, flashcards and tests. The full-text course book contains 14 chapters that cover every facet of personal finance.

Rade|Eccles has announced Pennyweight 1.3 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $9.99 app was designed by professional dealers, for professional dealers, to help streamline the process of calculating the value of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium based on weight, market price, fineness, and buy/sell percentages.

Bottle Studios has released Trailing Stop 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Trailing Stop is not only a $7.99 app, it’s also a system used by successful traders for cutting stock losses while letting winners ride.

Realtech VR has introduced Beware of the Bad Seed 1.01 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $1.99 app is based on the classic arcade game, Whack a Mole. Beware of the Bad Seed takes things a step farther by adding 3D graphics, dancing daisies and strawberries and nasty carnivorous plants. Players must hit the bad plants when they pop up while avoiding the good ones, which provides users with fast, exciting game action.

1stWorks Corporation has unveiled PC2Me+ 3.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad . The $9.99 delivers a user’s PC desktop to a user’s iDevice. It can remotely control all Windows applications in any language and keyboard, plus music and other forms of streaming media, files on all drives and more, whether the user is in their own home, traveling or otherwise away from their computer.

iHomeEducator has rolled out iLiveMath Trains 3.0 which follows iLiveMath Speed for K to 6th grade reading and math with multimedia sounds, video, and photos.The $2.99 iPhone/iPod touch/iPad app teaches addition, subtraction, and multiplication with problems that introduce new terms such as mph, km/h, and tons.