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/).
ExxonMobile has announced the Exxon Mobile Fuel Finder, a free app for the iPhone and iPod touch, which provides drivers with real-time maps, driving directions and station information for more than 10,000 Exxon and Mobil retail locations across the continental United States.
Mindwarm has released AddTo SF 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The US$0.99 app shows you San Francisco and lets you create your own travel guide from your photos and notes. You can create your own map with the highlights you want, photo album and travel diary. At any time you can add a note or photo to your album. If you have allowed location, then your current location will be added to that note and photo. Send your notes, photos and maps to your friends.
Mindwarm has also released AddTo NYC 1.0 and AddToMontreal. They costs $0.99 each and do the same thing for the Big Apple and Montreal.
One Man Left Studios has introduced Tilt to Live Lite 1.0, a free game for iOS devices. It’s an arcade shooter with a unique combat system. Rather than endlessly firing at enemies, players must evade them long enough to reach a weapon orb. On contact, each of the nine unlockable orbs unleashes a different offensive attack, including a burning barricade, an ice blast, and a spinning shield of spikes.
Mooee Company has unveiled Bella Girl — Beauty Assistant for iOS devices. The $3.99 app was developed specifically for ladies who require a set of beauty tools to help them manage their beauty care needs on the go. The app includes a BMI calculator, a calorie counter, a beauty treatment timer, a size converter for rings, shoes and bras, a period and ovulation estimator, and more.
Kengin Consulting has debuted ShortShowers 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The $0.99 app encourages its users to conserve both water and energy by taking shorter showers whenever possible. It allows users to set a timer for their showers that can be adjusted to allow users to gradually reduce water consumption over time. The app also provides users with tips on how to shorten their shower and more.
Comboapp has produced 3D Coloring Book for Kids: Pets 1.0 for the iPad. Created specifically for the Apple tablet and designed to encourage children’s artistic development, the $2.99 app offers young users the chance to color in 3D animal characters.
EF Englishtown,an online English school, is offering its free Mobile English app for the iPhone. It’s designed to help EF students learn English anytime, anywhere.
YuMe (http://www.youme.com/content/mobile), a video advertising technology company, has produced a iPhone, iPad and iPod touch software development kit as well as two new mobile ad units, to help advertisers, web publishers, and app developers extend their reach to iOS devices.
AirStrip Patient Monitoring, the newest solution from AirStrip Technologies, is now available for medical professionals to download from the Apple App Store. It securely sends critical patient information directly from hospital monitoring systems, bedside devices, and electronic health records to a clinician’s mobile device. AirStrip applications are powered over wireless networks, delivering virtual real-time and historic, interactive waveform and relevant clinical data. A free demo is available for download.
Vito Technology has updated its Star Walk app to version 5.0. The upgrade brings augmented reality to the new gen iPod touch, allowing them to enjoy the enhanced features of Star Walk even without a digital compass. iPhone 4 users can take advantage of real-time satellite tracking, a calibration tool, TelRad, and new content make. Star Walk costs $2.99 for the iPhone/iPod touch version and $4.99 for the iPad version.
Readdle has announced Scanner Pro 3.0, an update to the $6.99 iPhone application that transforms the device into a portable scanner. With it, iPhone owners scan multi-page documents via a specially designed interface. Version 3.0 saves files in black and white to overcome the file size limits on e-email attachments. Scanner Pro 3.0 is multilingual, and localized in all major languages supported in the Apple App Store.