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

Smart Skunk has announced Candy Tracker 1.0, their new tracking app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The app — being offered for US$0.99 for a limited time — tracks individual selling goals for Camp Fire boys and girls, as well as allow for emailing a polite “Thanks” to buyers and tracking selling data.The application allows for the inputting of goals and orders for multiple sellers.

Viaden Mobile has released Calorie Counter 1.0, its new diet organizer for iOS devices. The $1.99 app is a diet and activity calculator tool that combines everything necessary for a weight management plan. The linchpin of Calorie Counter is the extensive database of food and activities. Every database entry contains all necessary details for precise and effective tracking of calories.

Tech Bla Solutions has introduced Jelly O App for the iPad. Presented with a cute looking, adorable green jelly which responds to certain fixed gestures, the $0.99 app empowers you with giving the jelly your very own makeover with 30 different facial frames ranging from clown hair, to hippie glasses, to a small mole.

Twiddly has unveiled Reality Check for iOS devices. The $0.99 app gathers the latest news and gossip on 29 of the most popular reality TV shows from around the world and displays the headlines in a customizable format.

Steve Jarman has debuted Senses6, an iPhone-centric monitoring and alerting solution for Windows-based hosts. This $8.99, agent-based system allows server administrators and engineers to receive notifications of potential problems within their IT infrastructure. As well, it provides users the ability to perform numerous management tasks remotely via their iPhone or iPod touch device, from any location, all via a standard Internet connection.

White Bat Games has grown Fruit Frenzy 1.0 for iOS devices. The $0.99 puzzle game features hand-drawn graphics and a musical score. In Arcade mode, players match fruit together as fast as they can. In Puzzle Mode, players solve puzzles at their own pace.

Built from content in Pearson’s Brief Review of Global History and Geography high school program, the new Brief Review is designed as a standalone app to support any World/Global History course, or for curious teens to engage independently to test themselves on their own knowledge. Students get results to see how they performed across each unit, and can then decide to purchase study aid apps for those areas in which they want to improve their scores. An individual unit is $1.99; a four-unit bundle is $4.99; and the full eight unit package is $8.99.

Quokka Studios has created Panopticon 1.0, which “brings true multitouch gaming” to the iPad. The $1.99 app challenges the user to use up to eight fingers at once to solve puzzles that are both mental and physical challenges. It features a steampunk inspired storyline, graphics and music from the band, Vernian Process. The player is challenged to complete 100 levels of increasing difficulty to defeat the Panopticon, a steam-powered overlord.

iLifeTouchis presenting Office Alarm 1.0 for iOS devices. Designed for the iPhone and iPod touch, the $2.99 app allows you to interact with your day at the office. It allows you to divide your day in to compartments and tasks that are timed by your breaks. The alarms will keep you informed of the days events and remind you of important events in the future. Breaks can be preset and timed and even be extended with + five minute button.

KubeRoot has rolled out Don’t Drop 2 for the iPad. The $0.99 puzzle-based game charges users with mixing and matching a wall of bricks to effectively divert randomly falling droplets of water into a moving bucket at the bottom of the screen. Players must keep their virtual game space from flooding too highly with water and achieve the objectives.

After reaching more than 200,000 users in Europe, the smart news reader “News Republic” has launched their app in the global market with their proprietary TagNav news sorting system that can create a personalized stream of news tailored to the preferences of the individual reader. It’s a free download.

IniDyne has updated iProfile 1.1.1, a personality profiling application for iOS devices, to version 1.1.1. Based on the answer to several key questions, the $0.99 app generates a profile that can be shared, customized and stored for future reference.

IOTO Corp. has announced iSpoil 1.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch. Promoting responsible food conservation, the $0.99 app is a large database of foods and beverages, broken up into categories, that allow the user to select the foods they’ve purchased, input the expiration date, and then choose when they would like to be notified that their food is expiring.

Victor Savostin and Alexander Abramov have updated Perfect Game, their tenpin bowling player’s personal assistant for the iPhone and iPod touch, to version 1.3. The $8.99 app offers a graphical representation of strikes, spares, and open frames proportion. Version 1.3 includes updates that enrich the bowling analyzing tools through enhanced productivity.