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/).
All Caps Apps has announced Christmas ELF 1.0, their new electric light finder for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. With the free app, you can let the Christmas ELF guide you on a tour of all the festive holiday lights. Along the journey, vote for your favorites and tag others that you find on your own. Christmas ELF uses GPS to pinpoint the user’s current location.
CodeArtists has announced iMagicSanta 1.0, their first title for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The US$0.99 app lets you collect wishes from your loved ones on your iDevice. All the wishes will be delivered directly to your email inbox.
Viaden Mobile has introduced Christmas Shopping: Save your Money 1.0, a $0.99 “bargain-seeking and penny-saving tool” for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Released in anticipation of the Black Friday and Christmas bargain hunt, this application will help shoppers find info on sales, special offers and price reductions all over the neighborhood, state or even nationwide.
Mindwarm has debuted AddTo Portland OR 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.
Moving Tales has published “Twas the Night Before Christmas”, a $1.99, 3D animated app of the classic American Christmas poem.
Comboapp has launched Top Management Learning Studio 1.0 for the iPad. Optimized for mobile learning, The $69.99 app was designed to “help professionals master the skills to successfully manage operations competing at the highest levels of business.” This complete educational recourse contains 20 business courses.
aisle411, a mobile retail navigation service that helps shoppers find what they are looking for and get rewarded for it, is offering a free iOS app.
The International Herald Tribune (IHT) has released its first news applications for the iPad and iPhone. Access to the full content of the apps will require a simple registration and will be free until early 2011.
Davide Di Cillo of 39 Inc. has presented SyncPad, a $9.99 iPad application that allows users to share their drawings on a whiteboard in real-time, from anywhere in the world over the Internet. Thanks to HTML5, SyncPad whiteboards are also shareable via browser for non-iPad users.
Realtech VR is offering Freeesh 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $0.99 app charges players with the mission to feed and protect a small nucleus. The environment is fraught with dangers from larger molecules and red molecules that would eat the nucleus. Freeesh allows users to compete globally by way of a leaderboard and achievements.
Humble Gaming Limited has unleashed Aliens require Brains 1.0 for iOS devices. In the $0.99 game, the world is being attacked by different kinds of aliens and the user operates as the last line of defense.
Developer James Hollender has posted a trio of nutrient apps for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices: Vitamin K for Blood Thinning Medication users, iCarbs for Diabetics and Bodybuilders and iProteins for Vegetarians, Vegans and Bodybuilders. The apps — which cost $1.99 each — allow users to find out how much the nutrient there is in hundreds of different food servings, with information derived from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference.
Kaiser & Kaiser has debuted speedClock 1.0 for iPhone 4, a $0.99 utility that uses the device’s built-in video camera to measure the speed of any object, the distance to any point, and lap times. It employes the device’s three-axis gyro and basic trigonometry to establish distance. Speed and laps are measured using the motion sensing of the video camera, timing the interval between the object entering and leaving the frame.
Physician Craig Koniver, MD has served up 42 Healthy Solutions for iOS devices. The free app lists 42 different common illnesses and enables users to discover over 70 natural supplements to treat several common ailments, including headaches, depression, and memory loss.
JeTap has introduced GPSNotifier 1.0 for iPhone 4, anr app that sounds an alarm and displays a text message when the user arrives at a chosen location. Relying on Apple’s new Region Monitoring, an always-on cell tower positioning system, the app and alarm are automatically activated when the device enters any specified alarm zone. GPSNotifier’s features include: 64 user-definable alarm locations; proximity sensitivity control; and location entry using the address book, map, or current location. It normallly costs $1.99, but is on sale for $0.99 for a limited time.
Craft mobile has announced The Gentle Alarm 2.0, an update to its sleep cycle alarm clock for the iPhone and iPod touch. Version 2.0 offers an: improved alarm algorithm, worst case alarm, consistent volume monitoring, checking for headphones, and an OK button to the alarm time chooser dialog.
Playrix Entertainment has announced Fishdom HD 1.0.1 for the iPad. In the $4.99 app, players earn cash by progressing through match-3 boards and solving puzzles to earn virtual cash.
Defense attorney Ralph Behr has released Say No to Police 1.01 for all iOS and Android mobile platforms. This $9.99 app is designed as a quick reference encyclopedia of the most useful information to help users understand the legal nuances inherent within the most common types of law enforcement encounters. In-app chapters include topics such as drug arrests, police searches, how bail works, the importance of legal discovery, legal defenses, and others.
i-Itch is offering a holiday update to Let’s Bead Friends, their $0.99 app for iOS devices. It allows users to create friendship bracelets with a personalized message. Added are brilliant Christmas, Hanukkah, and winter themed designs.
Five Talents and Beyond has launched Catchif 1.4, an upgrade to its free, real-time location tracking application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Using Catchif is just like remotely watching your friends/families driving on a map, and their driving is not distracted at all. It gives you both tracking and sharing capability on the iPhone and/or an iPad in real time globally. Version 1.4 features a user-controlled background running mode for both iPhone and iPad.
Erik G. Productions has rolled out Funny Status Updates for Facebook 2.1, an update to his $0.99 Facebook companion app for the iPhone and iPod touch. It features over 3,000+ hand picked and categorized status updates, over 800 unique symbols/emoticons, cool text tricks, and even a magic trick. Version 2.1 introduces a new user interface.
Asian Applications Developer Humble Gaming Limited has announced Air Print and Drop Box integration updates for its $5.99, iOS productivity application, Live Notes.
Hunter Research and Technology has released version 1.1.1 of its $3.99 iPad weather app Wx. It displays current conditions, forecasts, alerts, and radar for U.S. locations using high fidelity XML data from the National Weather Service.
WStudio has launched Money Scan x2 for iPhone, and iPod touch devices. The $0.99 app offers a way to determine the authenticity of currency and discover counterfeit bills, even in places with low light. Version 1.1 doubles the power with brighter lights, and luminosity, features multitasking and more.
Jellycoaster has debuted Optimap 1.1, an update of their navigation tool app for the iPhone. Users can find their exact location via GPS and using the interactive maps from Google to explore their surroundings. With Optimap, anyone can use their toolbar to find restaurants in their present area, parking lots, gas stations, hospitals, and many other services. Real time traffic data is accessible, as well.