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/).
Sulaba has announced Memory Puzzle 1.0, an US$2.99 game for the iPad. It allows you to play three different types of ‘Memory Puzzle’ games in one application, including Numbers, Colors and Picture Puzzle. Players can also challenge friends by adding multiple users and post their scores on FaceBook or Twitter.
Duck Duck Moose has released Park Math 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 app introduces early math concepts to children in pre-school and kindergarten. With seven educational activities, Park Math teaches counting, addition, subtraction, sorting and more as children play with Blue Bear and his friends in a park.
The Bicycle Association of Great Britain has rolled out Bike Hub Cycle Journey planner 1.0, its first iPhone app,. The free app is aimed at new and hesitant cyclists, giving cycle-friendly journey planning information. The app leverages the Cyclestreets API, an Internet-based cycle routing web site. As well as routing, the app is a bike shop finder, locating nearest bicycle dealers in a six mile radius.
“The Washington Post” has launched its Washington Post Football Insider 2010 app. Like The Post’s Redskins Insider blog, the free iDevice app allows readers to access The Post’s continuous reporting, commentary and breaking news about the Redskins — in addition to play-by-play of games, stats, game schedules, photo galleries and more.
Sink or Swim has unleashed Big Button Animal Fact Free, a free educational app for the iPhone and iPod touch. It introduces a child to animals from around the world while whisking them off on an animal adventure. The game is packed with animations, animal sounds, animal facts, and spelling lessons.
And while we’re on the animals theme, Hawk Ridge Consulting has given us Snow Globe Maker Animals 1.0, a $0.99 app geared expressly to animal-loving kids. Kids can combine beautiful animal illustrations, a mix-and-match collection of art, and their own digital photos to create unique snow globe greetings on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Hunter Research and Technology has announced Theodolite 2.1 for iDevices. This $1.99 multi-function AR viewfinder app serves as a compass, GPS, map, zoom camera, rangefinder, and two-axis inclinometer. Version 2.1 of Theodolite adds a rotating compass rose map overlay, banded UTM position format, NATO mil compass readout, and a “fusion” algorithm that combines gyro and magnetometer data on the iPhone 4 for an “accurate, responsive, and robust” compass reading.
Helix Coding has released LivingRoom for iPad 1.3, the newest version of their $4.99 design application. It offers designers a set of tools to plan and design spaces. LivingRoom lets users create floor plans, lay out furniture, choose and apply materials, and share the results with one press. It provides a large library of structural and design objects, lets users keep notes for each project and lets you add add custom textures.