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

Big Bad Brush has announced Kung Fu Master! 1.0, their new US$0.99 game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The zombies and pandas are up to no good stealing all of the Kung Fu Master’s gold and gems. You must show them who’s boss by mastering the bamboo poles and gathering all of Kung Fu Master’s gold and gems back.

Velvet Rock Apps has released LightsOut 1.0 for iPad, their general knowledge quiz game for one or two players. The app includes over 750 multiple choice questions on a variety of topics: images, TV, movies, music, science, anagrams, nature, history, sports, etc. In 1-player mode, players have a maximum of 10 seconds per question, scoring more points the faster they answer. In 2-player mode, contestants on opposite sides of the board compete to be first to answer the question correctly. LightsOut 1.0 for iPad is US$2.99. A single player, pocket version for iPhone/iPod is available at the special introductory price of $0.99.

Nuno Nobre has introduced SlideArtPuzzle 1.0 for iOS. In the $1.99 app, you must solve puzzles of famous paintings gaining knowledge about them. As you try to solve the puzzle you can quickly look at the original image to help you decide what is the next step is. Each painting is presented a lot of information, including year, artist and history. The game has three levels of difficulty, and you can change it in the options screen.

Demansol Software Solutions has unveiled Cut the Grass HD 1.0, a $0.99 strategy game for the iPad. Here’s how it’s described: “Summer is here. Now you have to help Joey to cut down the grass in order to make his backyard looks organized. But be careful. Don’t mow over any grass patch twice in order to avoid any rework for Joey. Cut the Grass HD features eye catching graphics, including 70 unique levels, with four different challenges and a fun filled strategic game for all ages.”

Panorama Concepts has debuted Click Sport 1.0, an educational sports matching game for iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 combination of a sports guide, making it fun to learn sports while playing a simple yet addicting matching game. After studying the guide, players can take the plunge and try to match the displayed sport. With Game Center built right in, users can share their high scores and challenge their friends.

ConglomerApps has created Photo 1-2-3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The $0.99 app features enhanced photo taking options, a customizable user interface, as well as an array of tools to help anyone use their mobile cameras more effectively.

The new MyPetED mobile app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad offers dog and cat owners a secure spot to keep vital pet information handy at all times. It allows pet owners to maintain a complete profile of their pets’ health background, instantly contact their veterinarian, and access other services for their pets.

Outfit7 has unleashedTalking Gina the Giraffe 1.0, their ninth. and free, talking character for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Talking Gina the Giraffe comes equipped with a numerical happiness meter that is solely influenced by a user’s relationship with the character. Frequent check-ins for play dates, tender interaction with Talking Gina, and sharing the right treat at the right time, all work to maintain and improve the gentle giraffe’s level of happiness.

Chilsai App Solutions has updated Book Crawler — its book database/catalog app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch — to version 2.5. It’s designed to make logging, categorizing, searching, and backing up your database fun. Version 2.5 adds a second ISBN barcode scanner to Book Crawler’s features.

Celebritize! Taylor Swift Edition 1.5 is the latest fake-a-photo-with-your-fav-celebrity apps released by Undaunted Apps. Using the $1.99 ap, users can fake photos of themselves talking to the pop star, posing with her at a gala event, and yes, getting a kiss from her. It includes six poses of the singer-songwriter at can be resized and moved around the camera screen allowing users to snap the photo they want using the front or rear camera of their iPhone or iPod touch 4G.

Touch Foo has updated Soosiz, an iOS platforming game, and the free version Soosiz Lite, to version 1.3. In Soosiz ($1.99), the player assumes the role of a hero, running and jumping around different surfaces and obstacles, rescuing his friends, killing monsters and collecting coins. The update adds retina display optimized graphics and support for Game Center leaderboards and achievements.

iOSMidi has released Midi Touch 2.1, an update to their MIDI controller app for the iPad. The $17.99 app allows users to create fully customized control surfaces to interact with their MIDI controlled DAW on their Mac or PC, or control compatible hardware via the USB Camera Connection Kit. Version 2.1 adds several important features, including SYSEX support, NRPN/RPN messages, and all new graphics.

The ETF Database Company has updated ETF Database 1.1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch to version 1.1.0. Built on a proprietary classification system, the free app was designed for financial advisors and individual investors to keep them up to date with the latest news in the ETF universe. It allows investors to find the products to meet their portfolio objectives. Basic information on each ETF, including expense ratio, is included in the app, along with a link to complete performance and holdings data.

App Moments has introduced Diet Butler 1.3 a update to their daily food notification/alarm and virtual fridge for iOS devices. The $0.99 app provides users with the power to better manage their caloric intake, eating patterns and meal planning.

onOne Software has updated its app for remotely controlling Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras using iOS devices. Specifically designed for the iPad, the new DSLR Camera Remote HD includes a redesigned interface that takes advantage of the larger screen on the iPad, improved gesture-based preview functionality and the addition of starting, stopping and monitoring video from supported HD DSLR cameras from Canon and Nikon. DSLR Remote Camera Remote HD for the iPad is US$49.99 and DSLR Camera
Remote 1.4 for the iPhone and iPod is $19.99. For more info go to .