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iPhone/iPod/iPad apps for Sept. 29


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

Quantum Clockwork has announced Morris 1.0.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Developers of the US$2.99 have taken a collection of three medieval board games, revamped them for modern usage and are now releasing them in a new product under the name, Morris.

Dot Next has released ABC – Magnetic Alphabet 1.0, a digital version of $1.99 magnetic board game for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a tool to help preschool age children become familiar with letters and numbers.

Chimani has debuted a $4.99 resource for exploring Yosemite National Park on iOS devices. The Yosemite app delivers constantly updated content, including shuttle bus schedules, ranger led activities and more.

Jambasoft has introduced Camera Duo 1.0, a $0.99 app that provides the ability to simultaneously capture of photos and video on compatible iPhone devices. It provides two different photo capture modes, In “Real Photos” mode, the app will use the physical camera to obtain each photo. In “Extract from Video” mode, photos will be acquired from the video data and sequentially saved.

Sonos, a developer of wireless multi-room music systems for the home, has unveiled the free Sonos Controller for iPad. It’s a dedicated music controller that is optimized for the iPad’s large touch screen. From the comfort of your couch, you and your friends can view your rooms, your music and what songs are playing — all at once — in landscape or portrait mode.

Jiin Feng has announced Battle for Rebirth : Savage Tiger Fighter’s Repentance 1.0.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This $1.99 martial arts fighting app was designed by a Kung Fu instructor and 3D programmer. The game features 3D fighting character and special weapons to be unlocked during game play.

Weather HD, previously available for the iPad, has come to the iPhone. The $0.99 app displays the weather for you city in high-def video.

Bow + Tie has released Burrow 1.1, a $0.99 physics-based iPhone game. In the app, hungry and adorable woodland creatures have set their sights high as they aim to eat the delicious and healthy food in the recycling bin. Their only hope of achieving this is by being launched from a trashcan-canon into the bin. Burrow offers 50 levels, with 50 more on the way.

Mykhaylov Dev Studio has introduced Fast Tarot 1.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 app is based on the ancient art of cartomancy and allows users “to receive answers concerning you future, to estimate chances of success, to warn of a danger or to give advice.”

Sinusoid has unveiled Audio Kit 1.3.1 for iOS devices. It’s a $3.99 collection of four apps for those working in audio and sound. The app features a real time spectrum analyzer, a scope to display waveforms, an SPL meter, and a signal generator producing sine waves, white noise and pink noise. Users can view a real time spectrum of audio, identifying peak frequencies, as well as view the actual waveform of the audio signal and more.

OCRKit Mobile is a $4.99 text recognition specifically developed for mobile use and brings text recognition to iOS devices. The latest version (1.1) adds support for six new languages and improved the text recognition for all languages. In addition, OCRKit is now also designed for the iPad.

Appigo has updated Corkulous, an $4.99 idea board for the iPad, to version 1.6. The upgrade lets you share an entire idea board with others via email and also via iTunes File Sharing. Another feature of Corkulous 1.6 allows users to create board templates for reuse of frequent designs.

Appigo has also updated Todo, its $4.99 todo list app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to version 4. The new version features Retina Display graphics, true background multitasking, a local task reminder alert notification, and live app badge updating. Todo 4 also includes support for Todo Online, a new cloud synchronization service for tasks.

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