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/).
Imagam has announced gDocuments 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. The US$0.90 app lets you create text documents, email, view and manage Google Docs files on your iOS device.
GamesAisle has unleashed Earth Invaders 3D 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. It’s an $0.99 jet fighter game in which players defend our planet against alien invaders.
You can track expenses, set budgets, convert currencies, and calculate tips and meal cost splits on your iOS device with Trip Boss travel manager, Expense and Budget edition. The $4.99 app offers get-location, real-time currency rates, and photo receipts features.
Food for Benjamin has kicked off No More Socks 1.0 for iOS devices. The $0.9 app includes comparison shopping and lets you create detailed lists of gift recipients, event dates, gift ideas, online retailers, traditional stores, specific gift items with prices, and gifts remaining to be purchased within a chosen period of time. All lists and bookmarks may be exported to a computer for online ordering.
iRight has introduced Official Hip Parade app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. Powered by BandKit, the free app keeps fans up to date with everything happening in world of Hip Parade. A photo thumbnail gallery provides access to a collection of artist images. Users gain exclusive access to two audio tracks with CoverFlow mode, streaming videos, gig listings, with direct feeds from all Hip Parade social networks including MySpace, FaceBook and Twitter.
Comboapp has launched MBA Learning Studio: Platinum Edition for the iPad. The $899.99 app (yep, you read that right) is geared to be a complete educational alternative, giving users the option of learning every concept, practice, and lesson necessary to hold an MBA level education from start to finish on their own terms.
iStoryTime has unveiled The Penguins of Madagascar: Read & Play 1.0 for the iPad. The $6.99 “read and play” app is packed with two storybooks, a joke book, and interactive activities such as Create a Scene, Kaleidoscope, Spot the Difference, Mazes, and Coloring Board with nine coloring pages and more.
Systems of Merritt has debuted Will Rogers Daily Quotes 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch, featuring the perennial wit and wisdom of Will Rogers. Born in Oklahoma in 1879, Rogers achieved worldwide fame as a humorist, actor, and political commentator. The $3.99 app features 365 quotes with photos, and was created with the cooperation of the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Oklahoma.
Zattikka has debuted Mr Bean: Out of Control, a game for the iPhone and iPad. In Mr Bean: Out of Control, Mr Bean’s brakes have failed and he is racing out of control down a hill! You need to help him make his journey by jumping over obstacles in his path, as he gets faster and faster. The longer you last, the more points you earn, so you need to concentrate hard if you want to get a high score. You can pick up bonus items to increase your score but watch out as some obstacles will just slow you down, but others will make you crash. The iPhone version costs US$1.99 and the iPad version is $4.99.
IconsBerlin has extended its icon collection with new (and free) tab bar icons for iPhone apps with Christmas motifs. The standard icon collection includes 30 assorted categories, with the new “Christmas” theme including 9 Christmas motifs like an angel, candle, Christmas tree, Santa Claus, snowflake, and snowman. All 527 tab bar icons were made for the high resolution of the iPhone 4 retinal display, and appear at a size of 60 x 60 pixels.
GetJar (http://www.getjar.com), a multi-handset app store, has has collaborated with AT&T to provide immediate access to GetJar’s entire library of 75,000+ free mobile applications through the new GetJar app now live on the AT&T AppCenter.
The Blood Alliance (http://www.igiveblood.com), headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, with operations in North Florida, and regions of Georgia and South Carolina, is one of the first community blood banks in the nation to introduce a smart phone app. Blood banks throughout the country often struggle with low blood donor participation. Of the 60% of healthy Americans who can donate, only 5% do. The Blood Alliance is reaching out to younger donors with hopes that its new App, coupled with a high school iPad promotion, will make committing to donate a whole lot easier and more convenient.
Mastiff has partnered with the Remington Arms Company — a hunting, rifle and shotgun manufacturer– to publish the Remington Super Slam Hunting Series, a new gaming franchise that will appear on the Wii™system from Nintendo, PC and iPhone starting the second week of November. The $19.99 Remington Super Slam Hunting series will let players hunt through locations like the woods of North America, the savannah of Africa or the tundra of Alaska as they track big game with more than 20 likenesses of weapons, hunting gear and accessories.
As businesses begin to leverage the iPad as a way for tech savvy customers and employees to experience products and services, Esprida Corp. a remote device management company, has extended its software platform to include the management of the Apple tablet. Esprida ScreenGuard for iPad (http://www.esprida.com/products/screenguardipad.aspx) enables companies to white-label the device with their own web applications and web accessible media content, as well as centrally manage the location and configuration of each device.
The iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can now be integrated into business networks thanks to equinux’s Tarmac 1.3, the latest version of its provisioning solution for iOS-based devices, soon to be featuring Mobile Device Management for iOS4. Through Mobile Device Management Tarmac furthers the possibilities for IT managers to set up and manage devices remotely over-the-air. Tarmac Business Server is available for a suggested retail price of $695. iPad licenses are available for $78 per user per year (volume discounts available on request). A demo is available at http://www.equinux.com/tarmac .
Numark has debuted the US$9.99 iDJ app for the iPad. It’s designed to allow fitness instructors, DJs and music fans of all kinds to create playlists on their iPad that perfectly match beats from song to song for custom mixtapes, CDs or parties.
Cloudburst Research has announced AutoStitch 3.1 for the iPhone 4 and fourth generation iPod touch. The $2.99 app can automatically combine any arrangement of photos into high resolution panoramas of up to 18 megapixels in size. In version 3.1, AutoStitch can now use multi-tasking to complete a stitch while a user runs other apps.
iHomeEducator has released iLiveGrammar Autumn 4.0 for iOS devices. Developed specifically for 1st-4th grade, the $4.99 app introduces early readers to Autumn concepts as well as learn basic grammar such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions. Related science and grammar videos are linked in as an incentive for the students. The sentence and answers are tracked for record keeping and can be emailed and blogged, and more.
MacPhun has introduced FX Photo Studio 3.0 for iOS devices. iPhone and iPod touch users now have access to 171 high quality effects and filters. The enhanced version of the $2.99 app further simplifies editing and sharing of pictures. It features possibilities to adjust all the effects; mix them and save consequences of effects into presets for a one tap application on other images. Creations can be saved to photo library or shared via email and popular social networks.