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/).
Soupface has announced D Morph — Celebrity Visual Face Trivia 1.0, an US$0.99 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The objective of D Morph Game is to “d morph” the images of combined celebrity faces. It’s visual face trivia! Players have 30 seconds to “d morph” each of the countless images. The faster you answer correctly, the more points you receive.
MightyExcellentPosse has released FaceTag 1.0, a $0.99 app for iOS. It allows users to add customized messages to any photo and offers numerous ways to share their creations with others. You choose one to four built-in text bubbles, which can be resized and placed anywhere in the photo, and then simply type what their friend’s face just said, or whatever funny, witty or insightful thought comes to mind.
Deutsch Creative has introduced Abracadial 1.0, a $0.99 app for iPhone and iPod touch devices. It was specifically designed to make it easier for iPhone users to organize and access their contacts. With Abracadial, sort your contacts into accessible groups with only a few clicks. You can group contacts into folders or shortcuts to similar contacts, place groups within groups, color-code groups or create speed-dial buttons and much more.
LEARN2MAKE has unleashed LEARN2MAKE Balloon Animals 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 app teaches users how to make balloon animals step-by-step with computer rendered 3D animations. Users can interact with the 3D balloon animals by touching and tilting their iPhone or iPod touch. The app includes 10 balloon animal instructions, including a dog, a monkey, a motorcycle and a flower. The app also includes five basic balloon twisting instructions.
The North Face — a supplier of outdoor apparel, equipment and footwear — is providing the free The North Face Trailhead App, powered by EveryTrail. It’s a free iPhone/iPod app for locating trails, tracking progress and sharing adventures all over the world.
Daemgen.net has rolled out iCademy, a free iPhone app dedicated to enhancing the iPhone user experience by providing instructions, tips and tricks. The basis for this iPhone guide is an eLearning system with lessons presented on flashcards.
Mixed In Key has announced DJ Tempo, their first app for the iOS. The $4.99 app takes advantage of the same tempo-detection algorithm of their flagship product to enable fans to quickly find the tempo of music played around them.
Cambridge Coders Limited has released Calcuccino 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $2.99 app uses the iPhone’s menus and swipe gestures to improve on the conventional calculator. The result is a calculator for programming, engineering and scientific use — and with big buttons for fast and reliable entry. Fifteen user-customizable keys are provided in a favorites bar that can be swiped to reveal the keys in groups of five.
Pariahware has announced Biblicious 2.1, an update of the $4.99 game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. At launch, it welcomes you and helps you choose from three game modes, five game length settings, and whether questions come from the the Old Testament, New Testament, or the entire Bible.
Donoho Design Group has released ch@tter 1.3, an update to the $4.99 Twitter visualization app on the iPad. It lets you separate and categorize incoming tweets. Its avatar treemap lets you scan the top 30 reference-rich tweets. Version 1.3 adds support for Instapaper and adds to the web view the capability to tweet, retweet, email and bookmark the web links in your Twitter timeline.
Vito Technology has introduced Star Walk 4.4, an update to its iPhone and iPad app. The stargazing guide will now literary guide you to any object in the sky. The main new feature of this update is Help Arrows that show you where to look to see the Big Dipper, Mars, or any star you choose. The iPhone version is $2.99, and the iPad version is $4.99.
Entrada, which specializes in health care information technology for clinical documentation and data exchange, is offering a software application for Apple mobile devices. The new eDictate application extends Entrada’s automated clinical documentation process to the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, providing physicians with a productivity tool that unlocks the potential of electronic medical records (EMRs).
Multiplied Media has added a gas price search feature to their free, local search application, Poynt, for iPhone and iPod Touch. The newly added gas feature searches the user’s local area for nearby gas stations, as well as locates the best price per gallon by grade.