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iPhone/iPod/iPad apps for Jan. 26


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

3Dgrafix has announced Stoned 3D, a new game for the iPhone, iPod touch and It’s an US$0.99 casual game with 3D graphics. Your task is to catch as many falling blocks as possible and to hit the appearing dinosaurs for extra points. You can also upload your scores to OpenFeint to see your position in a worldwide ranking.

Kiboomu has released ABC Song Piano for the iPhone and iPod touch. With the $0.99 app, users can discover the alphabet from Ant to Zebra with the ABC Song in a fun, easy way. Press the start button and sing along. Children can also learn the song on the piano by following the lighted keys or matching colorful music notes to the piano keys. You can hear the song played on a banjo, xylophone, harp, and more.

Compelling Software has introduced Everyshare 1.0, their new media transfer and sharing app for iOS devices. The $0.99 app gives users the ability to use share files between two iPhones, iPod touches, or iPads. Bluetooth technology enables a connection between two devices with no network required, allowing Everyshare to be used anywhere. Everyshare also doubles as a media player, allowing the immediate playback of transferred audio and video files.

eNatak has unveiled colorCal HD 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $3.99 calendar to help you plan, document, and track your days. It lets you create as many calendars as you like each represented by a different bright color. Like the calendar on the fridge, colorCal HD is where you’ll go to check your work schedule, soccer practices, or those special days.

BB&T has debuted a free iPad application that allows more convenient banking access to its on-the-go clients. The BB&T iPad App is one of the first of its kind in the United States that’s not just a high definition version of mobile banking, the company says.

The stock simulation game, FantasyTrader is now available for free to iPhone and iPod touch users. This genre twister game lets users buy and sell virtual stocks of your favorite real world superstars. The shares are delineated with ticker symbols, just like real stocks. So golfer Tiger Woods will have shares with ticker “TW” when issued. The values of various athletes will fluctuate depending on how often users buy and sell them, giving FantasyTrader a virtual economy.

Pill O’Clock is a $199 app for the iPhone and iPod touch that reminds you to take your medications on time or schedule any activities. It uses local notifications so you don’t need to be connected to your network or Wi-Fi.

Super Boise has debuted Wikileak Defender 1.0 for iOS devices. In the $0.99 game, you play as a TSA agent whose job it is to prevent leaked diplomatic cables from getting onto the Internet.

Nexscience has updated Database Xpress Manager for iOS devices to version 1.2. The free app features connectivity to remote Oracle databases providing real-time monitoring and analysis, as well as the ability to generate customized reports for Oracle databases from smartphone devices.

Beanheads Consulting has announced Sort Shots — iPad Edition 2.3. The $4.99 app displays a photograph’s metadata/EXIF information including f-stop, shutter speed and tags. Additionally, it recognizes photo tags from software providers including Adobe, Apple, Microsoft and Nik. Version 2.3 offers photo metadata viewing capabilities along with improved importing, sorting and audio/video cable support.

DavTar has updated Comparo, their iOS application for comparing photos, to version 1.1. With the $0.99 app, users can access and compare multiple pairs of photos using the iPhone’s or iPod touch’s built-in camera directly from within the app, or select photos from the device’s camera roll. Version 1.1 enables the user to re-crop original photos, a request from current users. These original, full resolution photos can now also be saved to the camera roll.

JwalSoft has released TVOut Genie 1.5, a free update to their $2.99 app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. TVOut Genie enables users to show different kinds of content on TV/LCD Panels straight from any iDevice. Version 1.5 adds the ability to show all different kinds of documents in addition to other usability improvements.

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