Cascadium has announced Fugitives 1.1 for iOS devices, an update of the app that provides new features and user interface improvements. Fugitives retrieves FBI Wanted Criminals in a number of categories and lets you peruse the details and pictures of these wanted fugitives. You can use Fugitives to find out details, including reward amounts, on the FBI Wanted list. For the rest of the month of December, Fugitives 1.1 is on sale for US$0.99.

Mealtickets & Unusual Ideas has released Traverse Traveler 1.1, an update of their free, mobile guide for iOS devices. Offering an interactive resource, Traverse Traveler features the best destinations in the Traverse City region, featuring local restaurants, lodging, wineries, attractions, shopping, events, services and more.

Houdah Software has served up Quid 4.0, the latest version of the $0.99 universal currency converter for iOS devices. Quid draws on a source of exchange rates for over 180 world currencies and precious metals. Version 4.0 brings a fresh new design by Lars Herrmann. This is a free update and is recommended for all users of Quid (formerly known as ACTCurrency).

LateNiteSoft has updated Lab for all iOS 4 devices to version 1.1. It’s a $0.99 app that allows users to get detailed information about the pictures in their device’s photo library. You can examine advanced info including histogram, exposure and shooting details, right in the device. With Lab you can also find out the resolution and size of photos, determine when and where a picture was shot and more.

PhatWare Corporation has unveiled PhatNotes 2.2, an update to their $4.99 handwriting recognition software for the iPhone and iPod touch. It allows users to create notes, and organize them by category, color, subject, priority, creation, authorization, and modification dates. Version 2.2 supports iOS 4.2, and introduces several new features, including printing support, integration with calendar events, as well as iTunes files sync.

Red Soldier Limited has marched out BashBash 1.5 the latest installment of their $0.99 action/strategy game for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Featuring a simplistic three buttons control scheme, BashBash offers 13 mini games where the gamer’s skills on reaction, speed, eye-hand co-ordination and anticipation are challenged on various levels. To promote the event, the developer is giving away iTunes gift cards to new and existing players.

Funny Farm Industries and Mother Earth News have teamed up for Pickin’ Chicken 1.1.1 for iOS, a $2.99 illustrated guide to over 75 different breeds, over 100 varieties, and more than 250 photos of chickens. Designed for all levels of chicken enthusiasts, the app helps identify the perfect chicken breeds, and includes 14 search categories, a glossary of terms, a list of resources, tips on chicken care, and a chance to win a free chicken coop.