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/).
The Young Readers’ edition of QuickReader, the iPhone eBook reader and speed reading app, has been relaunched just in time for the new school year with 132 children’s classics and free promotional codes for teachers and schools. The Young Readers’ edition of QuickReader is available for US$5.99. Teachers can request a special US promo code to obtain a free copy of the app by emailing free4teachers(at)quickreader(dot)net.
Frimby Limited has announced SongStumblr 1.0, a free music discovery and sharing app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. It allows users to see and hear what nearby people are listening to, and to share out their own music to the people in their surrounding. Users can listen to discovered songs for free, purchase songs, or find information about songs from online databases all from within the application.
Morgan Stanley has introduced the free Morgan Stanley Research app for the iPad and iPhone. It allows institutional clients worldwide to view its research from the convenience of their mobile device. Institutional clients of Morgan Stanley can use the app to view reports by the global Research team on more than 2,600 stocks as well as fixed income markets, currencies and economics.
i-Itch Inc has introduced ABC On The Go 1.0, a $1.99 reading readiness app for iOS devices. This teacher-developed app is a “three-in-oner.” ABC On The Go features three games that introduce and reinforce letter recognition and letter sounds through delightful interactive game play.
Capparsa is offering TimeTag 1.0, a $1.99 iPhone application designed to help you track your day. It’s a focused, personal productivity tool that allows you to create and use descriptive tags to track the time spent on your day’s activities.
Viaden Mobile has debuted All-in Yoga HD: 200 Poses & Yoga Classes, a $4.99 yoga app for the iPad. Offering both ready-made programs and the opportunity to create custom workouts, the app promotes a down-to-earth approach to yoga.
Handmark has teamed up with popular creative gaming company Paper Planet Productions to launch a series of new mobile games for Apple devices. Today the companies announced the launch of the first title in the series called Blaze: Fire Puzzle, a $1.99 game that starts with one single lit candle glowing dimly in the darkness. Users rotate their device slowly to make the flame light other candles to reveal a relic. The goal is to completely illuminate the relic before the candles burn out.
PointRelease Software has rolled out Unboxed 1.0, their $1.99 response code reader for iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4. When you scan a code with Unboxed you can instantly act on that code by choosing to visit a URL, send an email, call a phone number or other actions depending on the code contents.
Independent developer Chris Mayer has published an updated range of complete Xcode projects for eBook authors.These complete Xcode Projects are made available to download for between $18 and $37.
2K Sports says NHL 2K series is going mobile with NHL 2K11 for iPhone® and iPod touch, the first licensed NHL video game for the popular devices. To celebrate the launch of the title, 2K Sports is offering the game for the discounted price of $1.99 during its first week of availability.
Real Inverse has announced Paper Ninja 1.2.0, a $0.99 game for the iPhone and iPod touch. It involves swiping your finger across the screen to cut through a horde of aggressive Paper Ninjas.
Volantec.biz has released iDefer 1.1.0, for iOS4 devices. The $0.99 offers a customizable snooze to handle many scenarios not easily handled by standard alarm clocks. You can use iDefer to configure multiple programmable snooze times or periods, create a to-do item on your task list, or delegate the alert to someone else in your address book.