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/).
Pi’ikea St. has announced Interactive Alphabet 1.0 for the iPad, an US$2.99 learning game. The app takes alphabet learning for babies, toddlers, and pre-schoolers to the next level by offering a high level of interactivity with the letters of the alphabet.
Intersog has released Pocket MBA — Ecommerce 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $39.99 professional-level business course, offering an up-to-date primer of this rapidly evolving area of business. Pocket MBA — Ecommerce is a business course logically divided into three distinct sections: course texts, flashcards and tests. The full-text course book contains 10 chapters.
TraxItAll Software has introduced TraxItAll for iOS devices. It’s a $3.99 goal setting and daily tracking app. As its name suggests, TraxItAll enables users to track anything on a daily basis: sales calls, blood sugar, pill taking, their weight, stock prices, billable hours, miles run, whether they worked out or not, or anything else they would like to track. Users can also take notes, set goals, and see how they’re performing in relation to those goals.
Illustrator Kyle T. Webster and Denis Hennessy have unveiled Plates! 1.0, a $0.99 game for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a game of kitchen mayhem in which plates of food zoom by on conveyor belts, while the player tries to quickly add the right sauce to each food.
Automotive Data Systems is offering Car Tell Auction Prices 1.0 for iOS devices. The $9.99 app is designed to empower and protect consumers during their vehicle purchase negotiations with used car dealerships. It provides users with confidential pricing information showing what used car dealers actually pay for cars in their inventory. You can browse through 60,000-plus records from the last 30 days covering all makes.
Go Forth Apps has produced Color My Wedding Lite for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The free app lets brides see a set of wedding photos colored with any wedding color palette. Millions of colors are supported by using specially prepared photos that allow objects to be recolored instantly. Users can change colors of dresses, cakes, table settings, flowers, cupcakes, and more with the tap of a finger.
Constellation Energy has rolled out an app for its VirtuWatt energy management tool. The app, available for the iPhone, provides Constellation Energy’s VirtuWatt customers with a mobile platform for monitoring power usage and managing their participation in load response programs that compensate customers for reducing energy use during periods of peak demand on electricity grids.
Pictional has announced TrueHDR 1.1, an update to the $1.99 app that brings improvements in high dynamic range photography to the iPhone. With the new release, users can create full-resolution HDR images on both the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 3GS.
Readdle has released Calendars 1.2, the latest version of its $6.99 Google Calendar client for iOS devices. It supports all important functions of Google Calendar, including search, event reminders, invites and more. You can also work offline.
Dante Varnado Moore has introduced Songwriter’s Pad 1.0.3, an update of the $9.99 professional lyric writing app designed specifically for the iPad. It allows songwriters to write, arrange and store all of their lyrics and song concepts in one app. It also includes a digital audio recorder for capturing vocal ideas when inspiration strikes.
Rega Interactive has updated Math Tables Karaoke, their educational iPhone/iPod touch app, to version 1.1 Offering three levels of difficulty, Math Tables Karaoke was developed specifically to help teach multiplication tables in a fun, more interactive way. The app also features a built-in recorder to record voice that can be used for the tables.