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/).
Clever Coding has released Mathlete 1.0 for iOS devices. The US$0.99 app lets you take math quizzes in either single player mode or by using Game Center. Players can compete with people around the world through the auto-match feature or against their friends in real time quizzes. In both single player and multi player games, the scores are posted to the Game Center Leader Boards so you can see where you you stand in your math skills with people around the world.
Rhine-o Enterprises has announced Team Shake 1.0 for iOS. The $9.99 provides a way to choose teams for board games, tournaments, school projects and any other application where groups are required. Instead of a hat and scraps of paper, the user enters his friends’ names in his iPhone and gives it a shake. The screen will then display a random set of color-coded teams. These teams can immediately be used for game play or saved via email.
Macspots has debuted Gifts HD 1.0, an $4.99 iPad app for holiday gift tracking, lists, and budgeting. It addresses the needs of users that want to track their gifts and budgets for everyone on their holiday shopping list. Gifts HD goes one step further and allows users to comparison shop right within the app. Designed for multiple users, Gifts HD features a summary report, built-in to-do list and calculator, tracking details for each person and more.
Screenlife, creators of Scene It?, an entertainment trivia game worldwide, has scared up Scene It? Horror, a $1.99 iPhone/iPod touch app and a $4.99 iPad app. It features trivia, creepy clips, and petrifying puzzles pulled from the scariest classic and current horror movies of all time.
Houdah Software has announced ACTPrinter 3.1 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 app lets all your documents travel with you; you can take emails, web pages, letters, and more with you for reading on the go. With version 3.1, sections are collapsible.
Queens and Kings has released Green Quest 1.2.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. In the $0.99 app, people of all ages are given the chance to design and then be their own queen or king.
Dexetra has introduced TryCube 2.0, an update to their $0.99 puzzle and strategy game app for iOS devices. In TryCube, players are to match 3D cube with a 2D reference pattern rotating it around the planes. Version 2.0 incorporates more new puzzles of different levels.
Moki Mobility says Parktastiq 1.5, a mobile iGuide for Disneyland Resort is now available in the Apple App Store. It’s a free mobile iGuide that helps guests make the most of their visit to the parks by putting details about all of the parks’ attractions in the palm of their hand. Guests can decide what attractions they’re interested in, which rides they’ve already done, and see how busy the attractions are.