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 Washington Post” has announced its new iPad app that combines the publication’s reporting and analysis with innovative social media and sharing capabilities and multimedia. Readers can enjoy complimentary full access until mid-February 2011. After this, print newspaper subscribers will pay US$0.99/month and non-subscribers will pay $3.99/month for full access to the app.
Fishing Trip Organizer is a new, $4.99 fishing trip planner for iOS devices. IT was designed for fishing enthusiasts, of all ages and ability. From tournament fishing, to family trips and local outings, Fishing Trip Organizer enables you plan, track, and remember all of your fishing trips.
Twezr, which offers a way to stay in sync with close friends and co-workers, is now available for free at the Apple App Store. It lets you find, view and respond to the content friends and co-workers have shared over email, Facebook and Twitter.
Zephyr Games has published “Kiwi and Pear’s World Adventure for iOS,,” a $2.99 eBook version of the best-selling hardcover for kids 4-8. Kiwi and Pear are two adventurous monkeys who travel and explore the world while spreading love, friendship and smiles to everyone and everything they meet.
Richard Madison has announced Freedom Lite 1.2, a free version of his app discovery application for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Developers make their apps free for a short period of time to boost their popularity, ranking and reviews. Freedom Lite discovers these apps by scouring the Apple App Store 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Diethard Seiferth has released AroundCal 1.7, an update to his $3.99 task and time management app for the iPhone and iPod touch. With the app, you can add photos, user definable lists, priority, tag, progress status, project or voice memo to your iPhone/iPod touch calendar events.
Vicinno Soft has launched V12c Financial Calculator for the iPad. It’s a $5.99 emulator for the HP 12c Financial Calculator and provides emulation of the layout, functions, algorithms, capabilities, and key sequences of the original.
Zerion Software has announced iForm 3.2 with Linea-pro integration, allowing iOS devices to be utilized for field services, work order management, and point-of-sale (POS) solutions. Linea-pro, created by Infinite Peripherals Inc. adds laser-based barcode scanning and credit card scanning to the iPod touch and other iOS devices. iForm 220.127.116.11 is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is available on the Apple App Store for free. Zerion offers a 30-day free trial of the iFormBuilder platform and plans start at $49.99 per month. The Linea-pro measures 5 x .93 ix 2.68 inches and costs $499.
Hint App has introduced photodream and photodream lite version 2.1.0 for iOS devices. Photodream includes a number of editing tools for photography lovers. With this application, the user can edit their own pictures, change colors, rotate images or even easily crop them. The list of features includes the ability to add elements to the funny pictures, as tattooing, hairstyles and many other accessories. Artists can send the image via email or even post it on social media. Photodream lite is free; photodream 2.1.0 is $1.99.