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/).
Olson Applications has announced 5 Minute Fat Loss 1.0, an $1.99 health and fitness app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It was specifically designed to help users lose weight and get into shape using five-minute daily exercise routines. 5 Minute Fat Loss consists of over 200 exercise routines that can be completed in a home environment.
Developica has introduced ComicBookPad 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $8.99 comic book reader allowing simultaneous reader functionality and iTunes playback in iOS 3.2 or later. The app operates so as to permit this multitasking despite the present lack of an iPad compatible version of iOS 4. The iPad optimized reader includes: real-time display and zoom, thumbnails of every page, file library with stacks, no-lag page turning, and .cbr and .cbz file import capability.
iCandyApps has released Photo Bombs! 1.0, a $0.99 app for iOS devices. The app is based on Photo Bombing, a popular prank which is about trespassing and posing distraction in the background during a photo shoot, especially when no one even thinks that the photo might be somehow ruined. Photo Bombs! is packed with funny pictures intentionally or unintentionally spoiled. All photos are arranged in categories.
iCandyApps has also rolled out Mind Games HD 1.0, a high definition version of Mind Games for the iPad. Previously released for iPhone and iPod touch, the $0.99 app features a collection of high resolution illusions designed for the Apple tablet’s screen. Every image is provided with background information on how illusion works while some specific types of illusions are juiced up with relevant facts.
Sigma3 Games has announced Enigma Balls 1.1, an update of the app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. In the $2.99 game, players must create dividing lines between moving ion balls with their fingers. Using only touchscreen controls, each stage increases the level of difficulty as a player works at capturing 75% of the screen.
Densebrain, in collaboration with development company episode6, has rolled out an updated version of NYCMate (http://www.nycmate.com) for the iPhone and iPod touch. The free app gives New Yorkers and tourists the capability to get anywhere within the NYC area with one tap technology.