Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
RedStamp has announced an US$0.99 iOS application that allows users to email, text, post or paper mail stylish, personalized notes directly from an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The app is filled with RedStamp’s signature stationery designs featuring editablesentiments pre-written by RedStamp’s founder and etiquette expert, Erin Newkirk.
Volyy has launched eLastyc Pix 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The $2.99 app lets you tweak faces, slim down, grow muscles, and apply absolutely crazy effects to faces or pictures of anything else.
PSJ Apps has released Testicular Cancer Checker 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. This free app features reminder alerts for men to examine themselves for testicular cancer, as well as provides instruction for properly performing an examination.
ForeMinds has introduced ArticleSearch, their free research app for iOS devices. ArticleSearch was specifically developed to aid higher-education students in their research tasks by allowing cross searching many libraries simultaneously, centralizing results as “test tubes” and sending the findings to friends and colleagues via SMS or email. More than 35 libraries and other sources included with more coming.
Erik G. Productions has unveiled Funny Status Updates for Facebook HD 1.0, the $0.99 iPad version of the iPhone/iPod app. It features over 3,000 hand-picked and categorized status updates, over 800 unique symbols/emoticons, text tricks, and even a magic trick.
Pixel Labs North has debuted Make Me Over 1.0, an iPhone app to retouch photos and apply virtual makeup. The $1.99 app gives users editing tools to make photos “magazine cover ready.” The results can be shared with friends on Facebook, through email, or saved in photo albums.
Digital Rebellion has created Cut Notes for the iPad, a $7.99 tool for taking timecode notes on set or during a screening. With a single tap of a Note Key, your notes can be as short as one word or an entire phrase, all added instantly at the current timecode.
The new, free Moms With Apps mobile app helps parents navigate the Apple App Store by sorting apps into specific educational categories. It gives parents the ability to browse by topics such as math, science, and spelling, Over 200 participants have carefully categorized their apps by educational value and age group, resulting in an index of over 600 family-friendly apps.
Time Sheet (Photo Verified) 1.0 for iOS devices is designed to “help promote honesty in respect to controlling time management between all parties. In the $2.99 app, all information is not only in black and white but also backed up with pictures. Daily progress reports and time sheets will be emailed at the end of each day to all required parties.
Rapidrabbit has updated Pomodoro Time Management for the iPhone to version 2.0. The $1.99 app is designed to help users manage their time effectively by forcing them to divide their work time into intervals of 25 minutes of work and five-minute breaks. Version 2.0 boasts improved statistics, multitasking compatibility and variable length of work intervals.
177Apple has announced Army of Mice Free 1.1, an update of the free tap-action game for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Similar to Whac-a-mole, it arms you with an assortment of weapons and power-ups to smash the enemy mice. Army of Mice features 120 game levels, 18 enemy types, three upgradable weapons, story and survival modes, item upgrade system and more.
SMEStorage has rolled out iSMEStorage 2.07, an update to their $4.99, multi-cloud file manager for iOS devices. It now features a free CloudDav add-on for all users on purchase. CloudDav adds a WebDav layer over clouds that don’t natively support WebDav such as Google Docs, SkyDrive, DropBox, Amazon S3, and others. This enables user to edit their documents using WebDav editors such as iWork and Office2 HD, even when ISMEStorage is not launched.