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

Greentech Media, a green technology business-to-business news company, has announced a free iOS app that serves up Greentech Media’s daily content and previews of market research reports from GTM Research. Users can interact with the app by sharing content on Twitter and Facebook or emailing articles to colleagues; they can also post and respond to comments directly through the app.

Candywriter has released Candyticker 1.0, a freeware RSS screensaver for iOS devices. The screensaver displays real-time App Store developments in a Wall Street-themed stock ticker. Candyticker is fully customizable and supports any ranking app on iTunes. Developers can assign custom “ticker symbols” to their apps and configure Candyticker to display a running feed of their current iTunes chart positions in up to 10 different countries.

Barnes & Noble is extending its digital children’s reading experience to iPad owners with the introduction of the NOOK kids for iPad application, available for free. It makes the company’s expansive digital catalog of children’s content –including 100 new interactive kids’ books including “Caps for Sale,” “Skippyjon Jones” and “Sheep in a Jeep” even more accessible to customers of all ages.

Galen Medical has introduced myMBS 1.0 for the iPhone. The $3.99 app allows doctors, nurses and proceduralists to find item numbers from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule, without the need for an Internet connection. Users can browse or search for MBS item numbers, create custom lists for frequently used items and the option to calculate surgical operation fees, including assistant fees.

Iskandar has unveiled Brutal Fantasy: Orcs of Undermountain 1.0 for iOS, their latest RPG/beat-em-up hybrid. The $1.99 game is arena based, with a set number of enemies who must be defeated per level. BF: OoU features vector graphics for HD display on iPad and retina screens, 20 primary levels.

Park Lane Editions has created Asia Treasures — Shwedagon Pagoda 1.0 for iPad,a $0.99 travel app that explores in text and pictures one of the holiest site in Southeast Asia. Shwedagon Pagoda is located at the top of Singuttara hill in the heart of Rangoon, Burma’s capital. The app includes hundreds of HD photos in four chapters, Wikipedia links for more information, a thumbnail gallery, maps of Burma and Rangoon, a Favorites Library, and tips on travel and hotels.

Kidimedia brings collaborative education of 3-7 year olds to the iPad. The $2.99 app features a variety of educational games like jigsaw puzzles, counting and reading games, logical brainteasers and more. Parents and teachers can create and share these games using wizards. Kidimedia users can automatically download extra games from the Kidimedia web site.

Elite Gudz has announced Graffiti Spray Can 2 for iPad, offering new tools and user-requested features. The free app enables anyone to create impressive artwork and share it. With Graffiti Spray Can 2, the app now sports different caps, five new tips/brushes, drips, a new interface, with variable cap/brush size and a lot of other elements. Additionally, the app even includes a music player with three free tracks.

Anxer has released iEarn 3.1, an update of the AdSense monitoring app for iOS devices. A companion for website owners and bloggers, the $2.99 app gives you a quick overview of your Google AdSense revenues.

Hooked In Motion has introduced iCollect Movies 4.0, a free update to their $2.99 movie cataloging and collecting app for the iOS platform. iCollect Movies allows anyone to use their device’s camera as a barcode scanner to catalog and manage personal movie collections.

App Moments has served up Diet Butler 1.2 an update to their $1.99 daily food notification/alarm and virtual fridge for iOS devices. The app provides users with the power to better manage their caloric intake, eating patterns and meal planning. Version 1.2 features design enhancements and speed improvements.