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/).
Boinx Software has rolled out the You Gotta See This app, designed exclusively for the iPhone 4. Working off newly enhanced iPhone 4 technology, the US$1.99 app allows users to record their surroundings in a virtually arbitrary motion, and subsequently see each captured image come together to form v photo compilations.
With “ComiTRON” in full swing at the San Diego Comic-Con International Convention, Disney Interactive Media Group has debuted the TRON app for the iPhone and iPod touch is a must-have for attendees. By downloading the TRON app, attendees can “Enter the Grid” by checking in at the show via the phone’s GPS system, which also updates the user’s Facebook status.
BrindySoft has announced Money Tracker 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. It’s an $0.99 bare bones app that helps users keep track of their expenses and disposable income. Users just enter the amount they have to spend and enter an expense when they get one. The app calculates the transaction and keeps tabs on the running balance in the user’s local currency.
Nigel Green has released Comprehensive Contents Insurance Catalog 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 app provides a way to record the details of valued items for insurance purposes, whether for protection against loss, damage or theft. CCIC can be used to inventory items such as jewelry, art work, antiques, software, computers, furniture, gardening tools, equipment and more.
Monad Games has rolled out Rhythm Spirit 1.0, both lite (free) and full ($1.99) versions of their first rhythm fighting game for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Rhythm Spirit combines music and action. The game features stunning 2D graphics and an original soundtrack, both inspired by Japanese folklore.
Intersog is offering Pocket Manager: Accounting for Management 1.0 for the iPhone and iPad. It’s a $29.99 business course divided into three distinct sections: course, flashcards and tests.
Imikimi is offering Photo Frames Lite. Following the succuss of Imikimi’s flagship iPhone app, it lets iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users add their photos to over 40,000 user-generated frames for free.
Nuance Communications has announced Dragon Dictation 2.0, which is iOS4 compatible and currently free on the Apple App Store. It delivers multilingual support and a new easy-to-use interface for speaking text messages, emails and social media status updates without ever having to leave the application itself.
Fyrian has released PocketProposal 1.0.7 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 app is a business tool that calculates price estimates on the run for freelancers or any professionals who bill by the hour. Users can provide project pricing based on hourly rates, unit prices, profit margin percentages or any complex combination of those. Users can generate quotations on the spot, from their iPhone or iPod touch.
Marjorspot has launched Ghostwriter Notes 2.2 for iPad users. Th $1.99 app is designed for note taking whether the user is in the boardroom, classroom, or wherever the need for note taking arises.
MotionObj has unveiled SimplyTweet 3.2.1, an update to their $4.99 Twitter application for the iPhone and iPod touch. The new version adds many tweaks, as well as stability improvements.
Hipposoft has rolled out Physical Exam Essentials 1.1 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. It’s a $2.99 overview reference of the information and techniques involved when performing a patient’s physical examination. Designed for medical students and health professionals, alike, it allows you to look up selected information and techniques from 14 categories, view illustrations of physical exam maneuvers, read the Clinical Correlates, find descriptions of special tests and more.
Masaka Soft has updated Disguised Cam for the iPhone and iPod touch to version 1.5. The $0.99 app was developed specifically for users to take photos and video while “disguising” itself as a web browser app, an email app, an ebook reader app, a SMS app, or any other app that users prefer.
Rapidrabbit has revved appbzr, their free meta-app for the iPhone and iPod touch, to version 1.1.2. The app helps users organize, discover and share apps. Version 1.1.2 features a whole new design, a listing of updated apps and recommended apps, based on other apps the user has installed.
Juicy Development has announced Police Scanner 2.2, an iOS4 version of their $4.99 iPhone and iPod touch app. It allows users to listen to police, fire, and EMS activities around the world. Version 2.2 allows users to take advantage of iOS4’s ability to stream Police Scanner 2 live, while accessing other applications. The new version also supports high resolution image capability introduced by Apple with the release of the iPhone 4.
Readdle has announced ReaddleDocs for iPad 1.5, the updated version of its $4.99 app for managing files and reading documents on the iPad. Version 1.5 introducessupport for highlight and text notes annotations inside PDF documents. Now ReaddleDocs uses can mark-up text inside PDF files in several colors, make notes and save these changes within the documents.
Mekentosj BV has released Papers 1.8, an update to their $14.99 PDF library app for iOS. Papers allows you to read your personal library of science wherever you go. Version 1.8 adds iBooks-like highlighting and note taking functionality for PDFs on the iPad, as well as support for fast user switching and the high resolution Retina Display of the iPhone 4.