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/).
Teamsoft has introduced three new iPad applications: to access your TeamAgenda contacts (pTeamAgenda Contacts), todos (pTeamAgenda ToDo) and personal calendars (pTeamAgenda Personal). They let you read and write to your corporate or personal TeamAgenda server as well as to your Free Web Agenda account ( http://www.teamsoft.com/iweb/freeteamagenda/English.html ) from wherever you are. Lite versions of the apps are available free for a limited time.
Tekton Technologies has announced MakeMyMusic 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $0.99 app gives users more control over not just which songs are played back, but at what time of day. Users can sort their music by artist, composer, genre or album, and even choose the time of day that each is played.
MobAc Design has released EZ Cam and EZ Cam Lite – Remote Camera Sharing for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users. You can make a wireless connection between any two devices using Bluetooth, WiFi, or 3G, then both devices can see the camera preview images at the same time and take pictures with the camera, including iPad or iPod touch. EZ Cam and EZ Cam Lite are 99% identical. EZ Cam is a paid app ($2.99), whereas EZ Cam Lite uses an iAd banner to make the application free.
E4 Software has debuted Critter Mash 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $0.99 app should look familiar to users that have ever spent time at an arcade or carnival. The object of the game is simple: “whack” the cute little animals when they pop their heads out of their holes. Players use their finger to tap animals on the head to gain points. They must be careful because the game is timed. Tapping the wrong animal, could take time away from them.
Zidware has launched Space Crayons 1.0, a $1.99 iPad app. Space Crayons are “energy infused” crayons that allow kids to create interactive coloring pages and kinetic art.
Minijuegos has introduced Spiderly HD 1.0, a $0.99 iPad game. You have to defeat the evil spiders with the help of four birds.
Edgar A. Nunez has unveiled the Panic Button Pharmacy Finder 1.0 for iOS, a $0.99 app that locates local pharmacies that may sell emergency contraception products.
Sarsoft is offering E Food Check 1.0, a free food safety checking app for the iPhone and iPod touch. With E Food Check customers can y check the safety, type, detailed descriptions and side effects of every food additive according to the codes and names that are written on food labels. It is also possible to find food additives by name using the fulltext search function. Each additive has a rating and also has detailed information.
MultiEducator has rolled out Civil War America’s Epic Struggle 1.0 for iOS, a $4.99 encyclopedic history of the Civil War. It features over 1,000 high-res photos, more than an hour of multimedia presentations, in excess of 100 authentic maps, dozens of first hand accounts, and numerous text articles and biographies.
Blockdot — in conjunction with Universal Pictures — has launched Pilgrim’s Punch-Out, a free iPhone/iPod touch game based on the action-comedy “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” which is coming to a theater on Aug. 13. In the game, you gotta help Scott Pilgrim battle it out against Ramona Flower’s seven evil exes as they arrive to kill him.
Intersog has published Pocket MBA Sales Management 1.0 for the iPad. It costs US$39.99 and contains a business course designed to give anyone in sales the tools and techniques necessary to generate more business.
Intelligenti has debutedMirror Cam 1.0, a free, brand new app for the iPhone 4. Designed to make full use of the iPhone 4 front facing camera, it allows you to look at yourself while surrounded by many different frames. See what you look like in an antique frame, as a Spaceman, and more. Imitate a fighter pilot, a medieval knight, or a famous celebrity with your own backstage makeup mirror. Just swipe left or right from frame to frame, tap the screen and then save the picture.
SIS Software has announced My Measures and Dimensions 2.0.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This $0.99 app allows you to add dimensions, complete with arrows, angles and text to any photo in your library.
Ivango has released My Famous Portrait 1.0, a $0.99 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. It’s based on face recognition algorithms that makes possible to catch a likeness between a user and an outstanding person on a famous portrait. Currently the app database stores about 150 widely known portraits created by famous artists. It includes well-known portraits pertaining to different historical periods, from the Middle Ages to modern times.
IK Multimedia has introduced AmpliTube for the iPad. for iPad is now available for download from the iTunes App Store. It’s available for US$19.99 and in a free, feature-limited version. Together with the currently available iRig interface adapter, this combination represents the first portable multi-touch tone-modeling solution for guitar and bass players, giving them the chance to play, practice and have fun everywhere with the multi-FX system of the future, according to the folks at IK Multimedia.
Warp the Form has released Match Phrase 2.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Match Phrase ($1.99) takes two of the world’s most popular games and combines them together in a puzzle that blends the fast-paced movement of a Match 3 game with the strategy and brain workout of a word puzzle.
B&S IT Services GbR has launched iBox3D 1.0.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $0.99 game offers a box puzzle to solve. Players need to navigate an orange box to a target while avoiding obstacles and trying to score high enough to make it to the top of the global leaderboard. Thanks to the built-in Facebook and Twitter support, users are able to compete with other iBox3D players around the world.
Sinecure Industries has unveiled Halp! 1.2, an update to their free Advice Generator for iPhone and iPod touch. There’s a new, larger font, a refresh button, crisper graphics and even more bad advice.
WebIS has introduced Pocket Informant for iPad and Pocket Informant 1.5 for iPhone/iPod touch. New features include icons for events/tasks, iOS 4 multitasking support, local notifications, and location-based alerts. Pocket Informant 1.5 for iPhone is available exclusively through Apple’s App Store at a price of $12.99 with a special celebratory price of $5.99 for a limited time. Pocket Informant for iPad is available exclusively through Apple’s App Store at a special introductory price of $6.99.
Big Fish Games has served up an iPad version of Everest: Hidden Expedition, a $6.99 app. In this hidden object adventure game, players compete to reach the top of Mount Everest, receiving guidance from Ed Viesturs — the world’s foremost expert on mountain climbing and mountaineering – along the way. The game offers two modes: single-player and multiplayer for head-to-head competition against friends.