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iPhone/iPod/iPad apps for Dec. 3

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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/).

Namco Networks has unleashed Buccaneer Blitz, the latest addition to their suite of iPhone, iPod touch and iPad games. Available now on Apple’s App Store, the game can be purchased for $2.99. An additional 12 levels can be downloaded for an extra $0.99. In Buccaneer Blitz, players find their inner pirate and set sail to conquer 15 enemy levels in campaign mode.

Cameron Davidson has announced Arlington Cemetery 1.0 for iPad users. The $1.99 app offers a quiet reflection and tour of the scenes, rituals, ceremonies and monuments that are so important in commemorating the fallen heroes resting in Arlington National Cemetery. Users get to view some of the aerial, landscape and portrait photos taken by Davidson for his Smithsonian book, “A Moment of Silence.”

Mindwarm has released AddTo Frankfurt 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.

Jean-Eudes Lepelletier has introduced iVocAudio for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $0.99 app is a memorization tool that works by recording questions and answers using the iPhone mic. Users then employ the app’s optimized learning concept to install any list of words, facts, sentences and more into their memories.

Loud Crow Interactive has published PopOut! The Night Before Christmas, its latest release in the PopOut! series of interactive digital books for iOS devices. Based on the 1902 book by William Wallace Denslow, PopOut! The Night Before Christmas ($4.99) combines original text and illustrations and features interactive elements such as pull-tabs, spin-wheels, spring-mounted elements, and more.

Ritter Informationstechnik has released Decoloro, a $0.99 game for iOS devices. Here’s how the game is described: “Imagine you have the fun of pinball, the challenge of Memory and the arcade feeling of Labyrinth combined in one game. In Decoloro you have to tilt your iOS device to guide a ball through one of the 26 levels. Each level is built like a maze and littered with obstacles like magnets which attract or repulse the ball, skulls, holes, gems and orbs.”

AppMania has unleashed Demolition Master: Space Quest, a $1.99 sequel to their explosive game for iOS. Your goal in each mission is to demolish a construction with an explosive. In this version you will experience an adventure in nine locations throughout the Earth as well as in three locations on the new planet, the Moon. Overall there are 12 locations and 180 levels, and that number is expected to will grow with every new update.

Go Forth Apps has sewed up “Sweater Booth — Christmas Cheer Maker” for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $0.99 app allows users to “paint” tacky Christmas sweaters on people in their photos. You choose a fabric type and corresponding pattern. Once the sweater is “painted” the user can try different sweaters with a touch of a button.

KwiqApps has floated out Balloony Word HD 1.0, a new word guessing game for the iPad. The $1.99 app is a take on the traditional Hangman game. Balloony Word HD for iPad features two characters, Gordon the Gorilla and Kendra the Kangaroo. Gordon and Kendra float in the air on 26 balloons, with one letter on each balloon. The player can make his or her guess by tapping on the balloons.

Thinknao Software has rolled out freemium Wordlands HD 1.0, an iPad version of its free word puzzle game. It’s a virtual adventure and a magical word search game all in one package.

Aiseesoft PDF to ePub Converter is a $25 tool to assist people in converting PDF files to ePub, supported by popular portable players such as the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and other eBook readers.

PointRelease Software is offering Unboxed Lite 1.0, a free ad supported version of Unboxed, the QR code reader for iPhone and iPod touch devices. When you scan a code with Unboxed Lite you can instantly act on that code by choosing to visit a URL, send an email, call a phone number, even make a FaceTime call or other actions depending on the code contents. Unboxed Lite also includes tips to aid in optimal QR code scanning.

SchoSoft has announced Trek Quest HD 1.2 for iPad users, and Trek Quest 2.4 for iPhone and iPod touch users. The games are based on the classic 70s computer game, Super Star Trek, adding modern themes and advanced graphics, including images from the Hubble space telescope. They support the Game Center. Trek Quest HD 1.2 is $2.50, and Trek Quest 2.4 is $0.99.

app316.com has released Disneyland MouseWait Social Wait Times Free 2.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application boasts a real-time system for accurately predicting wait times and live webcams that users can watch at home.

In cooperation with Lesson Nine, the creators of the Babbel platform, Aspirement has introduced Spanish Mobile — Vocabulary Trainer by Babbel 2.0.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The free application incorporates a Babbel based platform to help users to speak and understand Spanish in various situations.

Fireflame Games today released Dungeon Raid 1.0.1 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The $2.99 game’s concept is a kind of cross between a roleplaying game and Puzzle Quest, where players must trace a line of tiles for rewards while avoiding the enemy. Users can play their own music, save a game and return to finish later, as well as select from three different levels of difficulty.

Ralf Andrae is offering SatFinder 1.2 for iPhone 4/3GS, an update to his $1.99 app that makes it possible to calibrate any TV satellite antenna in four steps. The app is compatible only with iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS.

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