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

Spiceworks has announced Spiceworks for the iPhone. It’s a free app that allows the 1.3 million users of Spiceworks to connect with peers, access the help desk, and manage their IT networks from the Apple smartphone.

Deateca has released VideoPuzzle! for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Billed as the next level of interactive slide puzzle, this US$0.99 game allows users to slide and organize not only photos from separate blocks but from full moving images and videos as well. The game has a library of pre-loaded video and photo puzzle available for users as well.

TECHxART has introduced Dancing Cloth 1.0 ($3.99), a 3D interactive artwork using 3D physics simulation technology, which shows users realistic animation of the symmetric cloth. The shapes always deform like lifeforms, color gradation changes smoothly and the curves and edges draw unpredictable patterns.

Motalen has unveiled Wave: Pro 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This $1.99 music app allows users to tap in rhythm to their own device’s music library via a vibrant and dynamic full-screen visualizer.

dBelement has debuted Soya Comics 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. A powerful social RSS reader for web comics, the $1.99 app allows you to access your favorite comics in one place, even while offline.

AppGeneration Software has rolled out Crazy Harbour 1.0, a $0.99, Jenga-inspired puzzle game for iOS. You are in charge of loading your ship only with the most valuable content. Use dynamite, wind and magnets to avoid carrying any unwanted containers on your boat. Make sure to keep your valuables out of the water.

Reichert Games has created wordZAG 1.0 for iOS devices. It’s a $1.99 word puzzle game with elements of Scrabble, crosswords and Sudoku.

Undaunted Apps has developed Bieberhead 1.0, their the latest camera-based app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Bieberhead lets iPhone users put Justin Bieber’s head on anyone they snap a photo of. Users can choose from 11 different Bieberheads, move and re-size them using standard finger gestures.

PlayFirst has hatched Egg vs. Chicken, a $0.99 app that provides a fresh perspective on the classic question, “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?.” This egg-sterical action puzzle game, available for iPhone and iPod touch, combines match 3-style gameplay with tower defense mechanics empowering players to slide, flick and launch eggs to repel hordes of marauding chickens.

AppBakery has cooked up Just Todo 1.0, a to-do management application for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 app lets usres create as many to-do lists as they need. Related to-dos can be grouped together into lists of things to do, such as a shopping list, tasks to complete before vacation, books to buy and more.

Macuarium Network has updated macumag, their free reader app for iPad that offers single copies and subscriptions to macumag Magazine as in-app purchases, to version 1.0.1. Designed especially for iPad, the magazine is published in Spanish, and is the only such Spanish language Mac magazine that is not a translation of another publication. Macumag magazine is available as an in-app purchase for 2,99 Euros each, or 7,99 for a six-issue subscription.

Coladia has announced Secrets of Da Vinci HD 1.0.2, the new iPad version of their puzzle game. Secrets of Da Vinci is a Point and Click adventure game created about 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 genius. Secrets of Da Vinci HD 1.0.2 is $4.99; Secrets of Da Vinci HD Lite is available for free.

Wulven Game Studios says Shadow Era trading card game is now available for free on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It’s a collectible trading card game featuring card art and “deep strategy.” The universal app supports high resolution iPad and Retina displays, and cross-platform gameplay with the online web version of the game.

Serene IT has updated Seretech Seretech Chronicler, their geotagging journal application for iOS devices, to version 1.4. The app — offered for $0.99 for a limited time — is designed to simplify the process of creating journal or diary entries by automatically time-stamping and geotagging each entry. The custom-built navigation control makes it possible to view all journal entries by year, month, day or individual journal entries. Version 1.4 adds the ability to share journal entries and photos via e-mail.

Soluble Apps has released MailShot 1.13, an update of its free iOS solution. MailShot provides an interface to create single contacts they can use to email family or friends, classes, work or sports teams in their address book.

Shifty Jelly has updated Pocket Casts for iOS devices to version 1.1. With the $1.99 app, you can import your existing podcasts from your iPod, or subscribe to all your favorite ones in the app, and then get instant updates and push notifications when new episodes are available. The Grid View brings all podcast images to the front, showing up to 12 on the page at once. You can download or stream new episodes over WIFI or 3G with no file size limits.

Touch Foo has introduced an update to Soosiz HD, the iPad version of the iOS platforming game. In the $1.99 game, the player assumes the role of a hero, running and jumping around different surfaces and obstacles, rescuing his friends, killing monsters and collecting coins. Version 1.3.1 adds Game Center functionality and support for multiple player profiles. The Game Center support includes 16 leaderboards and 23 achievements.

Foldout Studio BV has updated for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to version 1.1. Designed and developed to give your images a professional look,it’s a free app that lets you create personalized image templates for your pictures before you’ve even taken them. Choose one of the app’s pre-defined backgrounds or include your own from your photo library. Your image template can now be used as many times as you’d like with multiple pictures and shared with your friends and colleagues. Two additional apps cost $0.99.