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iPhone/iPod/iPad apps for Jan. 19

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Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).

Created by London based development house Bonbol, Movie Club 3.0 offers iOS users a library of 60+ full length movies streamed directly to the iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. With Movie Club, all current and future content is available free of charge once the free iOS App is installed. The 60 full-length movies currently available includes over 100 hours of Action, Comedy, Drama, Horror, Kids and Animation features, ranging from cinema classics to releases as recent as 2010.

Dynamedia Of America has announced Beatles Diary for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The US$4.99 app offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Fab Four’s history and meteoric rise to fame, offering never-before-seen letters, photos and videos.

Rhine-o Enterprises has released Make Love Note 2.0 for iOS devices. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the US$0.99 app provides users with an interface to generate a random love note that can be sent to someone special.

Irregular Tangent Studios has launched theirSmartphone Wellness Initiative exclusively for the iPhone and iPod touch. Four self-learning apps ($1.99 each) — Yogic Sleep, Aumkara, Flame Meditation and Gayatri Chants — teach Yoga techniques for stress management, relaxation and mental peace.

Coladia has introduced The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript. The $11.99 game concerns the life and work of Leonardo Da Vinci. Players come to discover and delve inside the mysteries surrounding the hidden enigmas of the works of the great genius.

Davka Corporation has debuted Alef Bet Schoolhouse 1.0 for iOS devices. The $3.99 appintroduces Hebrew letter basics to children ages three and up. It features four activities that teach pronunciation of Hebrew letters, recognition of letter shapes, the order of the Hebrew alphabet, and the differences between letters of similar appearance.

Underplot Apps has unveiled Doodle Booth 1.0, their free, new photo application for iOS devices. With Doodle Booth you can add doodle stickers, captions and frames to your photos.

The iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can now be integrated into business networks thanks to equinux’s Tarmac 1.4, the latest version of its provisioning solution for iOS-based devices, soon to be featuring Mobile Device Management for iOS4. Through Mobile Device Management Tarmac furthers the possibilities for IT managers to set up and manage devices remotely over-the-air. Tarmac Business Server is available for a suggested retail price of $695. iPad licenses are available for $78 per user per year (volume discounts available on request). A demo is available at http://www.equinux.com/tarmac .

With the $1.99 SearchUsed.ca app you no longer need to visit multiple web sites to find what you’re looking for. Enter your keywords and cities and let the app search Kijiji, UsedCanada and Craigslist for you.

Essay Czar is a new $29.99 eBook with step-by-step instructions on how to write over 40 types of essays, including the SAT essay. Students can now access detailed essay writing help anytime, anywhere.

Rakko entertainment has updated FastEver for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to version 1.6.2. Featuring a “Swipe to move cursor” interface, the $1.99 app offers a way to make a note in the Evernote app. You can start typing as soon as you tap the FastEver icon.

WineSpace has announced everseCamera 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. With this reverse playback application ($1.99), the users can enjoy reverse-playback movies and voices right after the moment you shot videos. Version 2.0 now includes new way to playback sounds and bug fix in the converting feature.

Paul Solt has updated Artwork Evolution 1.2.70, a content creation tool designed for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad devices, to version 1.2.70. Rooted in evolution and natural selection, The $2.99 app allows users to create content on a mobile device without an artistic background.

OrdWiz has released Earth Flags HD 1.70, an update to the $1.99 world flag discovery iPad app. Developed specifically for the Apple tablet, it allows users to browse through various countries to discover their flags and learn other general information about them . Using in-app Google Earth and Google Maps integration, Earth Flags HD provides users with information such as any given location’s flag, capitol cities, population, and total area.

Daft Logic Studio has updated SimplePlayer Pro for iOS devices to version 1.1. The $0.99 is an online music player that lets you search, discover and share music with several taps. The latest version introduces playlists support that lets you listen the same favorite music from your iPhone and Mac or PC. It contains full playlists management support, including adding, deleting, rearranging playlists and songs.

Marius Mihalec has released PC Monitor 1.3.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $4.99 allows users to remotely manage and monitor tasks, processes and more for up to five computers, even when the computer is not directly accessible by internet. Both connections have encrypted connections for security and users receive push notifications if their computer is started up or shut down. This update offers even more computer remote power, such as Wake on LAN to a single or group of computers.

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