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

Swag Soft has announced Sedo PicPic 1.0, a photo app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The US$0.99 was designed to let photo loving folks decorate their pictures with frames and stamps based on the cute and crazy characters from the new cartoon series “Sedo Dog.” You can personalize messages, doodle in different shapes and colors and resize stamps and photo props. And you can share your masterpieces with friends on Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.

XIMAD has released Office Rush HD 1.0 for the iPad. The $1.99 arcade style puzzle adventure. Players are tasked with working their way up the corporate ladder in the most literal sense as they hurdle obstacles and progress through a maze-like gauntlet en route to the top floor of a skyscraper to achieve the rank of CEO. The game is separated into 25 sequentially more challenging levels.

Mark Liew Coaching has introduced Point 1.0, their new app for iOS devices. With the $4.99, you can deliver presentations. Point has been designed for managers who run meetings, speakers for conferences, sales presenters, and professionals in the training business. You can use your iPhone to control your iPad while you deliver presentations. On the iPad, Point imports your pictures from your iPad photo library, and displays them as a presentation slideshow.

Mindwarm has unveiled AddTo Chicago 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 app 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.

Hooked In Motion has debuted iCollect Movies HD for iPad. The $4.99 allows home movie watchers to catalog their movies using the barcode on the back of the case and obtain detailed information about each movie. The application supports barcodes worldwide from formats like Blu-ray, DVD, HD DVD, UMD, VHS, Betamax, and Laserdisc. iCollect Movies HD also features a detailed search feature, as well as wishlist, preorder features, and syncs directly with .

Jourist Verlags has rolled out Battle of Britain Aircraft for the iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. The $0.99 app is a guide to all the aircraft from both sides that officially took part in the 1940 Battle of Britain: fighters, bombers and even rescue aircraft, in the service of both the Axis and Allied nations. Each of the aircraft featured are illustrated with the aid of a superb side-view color artwork.

Planet Next has announced LivingRoom for iPad 1.5, an update to their lifestyle app that allows the user to create floor plans, and then overlay design elements. The US$4.99 app includes a library of over 50 structural and design items, over 100 textures, 250-plus colors, and the capability to add custom fabrics and textures. All elements are adjustable in size, as are their positions and angles. Room designs may be saved as a photo and shared via Facebook, Twitter, and email.

TicBits Ltd has released iAssociate 2 HD for the iPad. It’s a $2.99 word association game in which players have to figure out which words or phrases are associated to each other. iAssociate 2 HD has been developed with the requests from the players in mind, offering brand new gameplay elements to further enhance the gameplay experience.

Digital Poke has introduced 360 Web Browser 1.2, an update to the mobile browser for iOS devices. The $0.99 browser is powered by the Prodigy Engine. Version 1.2 brings Retina ready graphics along with the addition of major features like persistent full screen, smart search, hyper-scroll among others.

Paul Masson has unveiled Luxury Apps HD 1.1, an update of the $9.99 tool for finding the most expensive apps in the Apple App Store. Luxury Apps HD lists the most expensive iPad apps, grouped in descending order of price.