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

ConglomerApps has announced Infinity Organizer Notebook 1.0, an US$2.99 app for the iPad. It provides a way to organize your notes, reminders, messages and more. Users can edit and share photos and entries, choose between five different types of paper, GPS stamp their entries and use the built-in calculator.

Cypress Point Technologies has released Trin 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $19.99 app brings users real time Trading Index updates for the major American stock exchanges. Three meters are automatically updated every five seconds to reflect index changes, as they happen, for NASDAQ, NYSE and the Russell 2000 stocks, as well as the Dow Jones, NASDAQ Composite and Russell indices.

I-Imagine Interactive says their featured Xbox Live Arcade title is now available for the iPad as Football Genius HD and for the iPhone as Soccer Genius. Soccer Genius and Football Genius HD are trivia games featuring hundreds of questions on the sport.

No Tie Software has rolled out SkinCam 1.0 for iOS devices. It’s a $0.99 app for taking photos using an iPhone. Instead of a plain preview, users are treated to an assortment of skins such as a Digital Camera, Coin-Op machine, 3D glasses, hands “framing the shot”, peepholes, nightvision, rifle scope, telescope, binoculars, and more.

Matt Martindale has announced Locationizer 1.1 for iPhone users. This $0.99 app reminds you about important things near your current location. Adding a location is as simple as tapping the screen and stretching a circle around the “Reminder Zone.” The next time the user enters that Reminder Zone, Locationizer 1.1 delivers a reminder, via push notification, that they have a nearby errand to complete.

Oakville Stamping & Bending has grown Gardener’s Buddy 1.0, a $0.99 plant mapping and recording app for the iPad. Starting with a user created sketch or map, the app allows the gardener to create graphical overlays indicating plant types and complete annotated details. The app generates and saves 25 maps, and the gardener uses one per month to record new plantings. There are seven layers with icons denoting: trees, bushes, bulbs, perennials, annuals, herbs, and vegetables.

288 Vroom has unleashed 7-11-21 Free, a free version of their game for iOS devices. 7-11-21 is a new kind of Match-3 puzzle game. Instead of matching similar colors, players match 3 or more numbered tiles that add to 7, 11, or 21 before tiles reach the top of the board.
Tidal Pool Software has produced Frugal 2.0 for iOS devices. The free app compares grocery prices to help you find the best deal. It converts product quantities in both imperial and metric units to find out which actually has the best price.

Soupface has served up Soupface 1.0, a $0.99 offering for iOS devices. It’s a face morphing application that allows the user to combine two faces into one.

Avici Software has introduced Whiteboard HD 1.0, a visualization, collaboration and learning tool for the iPad. As a full-featured, interactive whiteboard, the $5.99 app is designed for corporate board rooms and work groups, classroom settings at all levels of education, training rooms for professional sports coaches, broadcasting studios and more.

Punflay has announced Rafter HD 1.0, a $1.99 physics puzzle for the iPad. It touts 101 levels and allows gamers to get the power to unlock and skip levels.

Piston Games has unveiled Screetch 1.0, a $2.99 game for the iPhone and iPod touch. It offers addictive and outstanding gameplay with collecting Screetches that capturing cloudy spheres. Your goal is release them and catch all Screetches into flask. Each level will represent new landscapes and characters — more than dozen of Screetches can be captured and stored in Trophies section.

Iskandar has announced Cut Him Up! for iOS, a $2.99 pulp noir brawler game with stylized, comic book, B&W animated graphics, and deep red blood spatter effects. Cut Him Up! features a middleware physics engine for realistic explosions, both story and survival gameplay modes, a large assortment of combo moves, chainsaw attacks, and epic boss fights.

Dot Next has released Magnetic Alphabet 1.0, a $2.99 iPad edition of the classic magnetic board game. It contains 95 different pieces in six colors, for a total of 570 magnets to be placed freely on the board.

MSI Global Alliance (MSI), one of the world’s largest associations of independent professional services firms, has launched Advisors2Go, a free business iPhone app that makes the organization’s international directory of 250 law and accounting member firms available to busy executives.

Screenlife Games, creators of Scene It?, the number-one entertainment trivia game worldwide, has premiered Scene It? Comedy Movies apps on the Apple Apple Store for the iPhone and iPod Touch and for the first time in a special enhanced Scene It? Comedy Movies HD edition on the iPad. The iPhone/iPod touch version is $2.99, and the iPad version is $4.99.

With the hottest summer in recent memory throughout most of the country, many of us are looking for ways to stay cool and hydrated while on-the-go. Thermos, the iconic manufacturer of insulated beverage bottles, is helping out by bringing back the water fountain with its new, free iPhone application OasisPlaces, an user-generated guide that allows users to track locations, ratings and even photos of public water fountains across the U.S.

Sviluppo iPhone Italia has released I write Elvish 1.0.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. This $0.99 app brings the elegance of JRR Tolkein’s Elvish Tengwar script to the devices of “Lord Of The Rings” fans everywhere. I write Elvish 1.0.1 translates words into Elvish, which can then be emailed to friends, posted to Facebook, or combined with one of the included backgrounds or users’ photos.

jProductivity has introduced myPhoneDesktop 1.4.1 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. By using Push Notifications, the $4.99 app sends any amount of text, long URLs, images and more from the user’s Mac, Windows, or Linux based computer in seconds. It also give users the option of pushing this information to their device to be viewed, or sending it straight to the clipboard to be pasted elsewhere, and more.

AppsAsia and Korean-based NextApps is offering Booooly 1.7, an update for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The $0.99 game combines quick thinking and strategy. Players must strategically find ways to eliminate the largest number of the same-colored balls while juggling newly plummeting Booooly balls. Version 1.7 integrates Facebook and Twitter contacts.

MotionObj has unveiled SimplyTweet 3.2.2, an update to their $4.99 Twitter application for the iPhone and iPod touch. It offers built-in support of push notifications for new mentions and direct messages. Version 3.2.2 adds a smaller font option as well as several bug fixes. Pictures, tweets and direct messages can optionally be sent in the background for 3GS running iOS 4 and iPhone 4.

MediaLAB has unleashed Walkee iGuide to Disneyland 1.4.1, an update to their $3.99 guide for iPhone and iPod touch users. It offers dozens of functions and features to help users get around Disneyland and southern California. Users can pinpoint attractions, shops and restaurants, map out their route and activities ahead of time, find points of interest and more. Version 1.4.1 polishes the already impressive map and text alert returns.