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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for March 8

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

Re-Evolve has announced Contracts HD, an iPad app designed to simplify agreements between two parties. The US$9.99 app allows any iPad user to create, collaborate, sign, and email completed contracts using the tablet’s dynamic touch-screen interface. Aside from signing contracts, Contracts HD also provides a database of contract templates for which anyone can add an addendum to all existing contracts, auto-fill appropriate fields within the contract with your information, and allows both parties to sign contracts by using a fingertip.

Daniel Jones and Angel Abreu have released Alone in Forks 1.0 for iOS. With the $0.99 app, you can take a journey through locations in and around Forks, La Push and other areas. You can download your favorites. Not only can these photos be used as wallpaper, but they also include an interactive map to help you pin point every single location.

Panorama Concepts has introduced Wake Me Up — Ivonna for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 alarm clock app with human voice integration.

A S K Products has launched Jumbo App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Jumbo It’s a $0.99 combo product containing three games: Tic Tacky To, ttt 5 in a Row Specialty and Entertainer.

Xylio has debuted Future DJ 1.0, its first handheld DJ solution for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 app lets you automatically analyze a track’s BPM, make loops, as well as instantaneously synchronize the beats of two songs. Effects, equalizers, scratch, disk spin and reverse-play are some of the other features that you will find in this app.

iStoryTime has rolled out The Penguins of Madagascar; The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel for the iPad. Based on the hit show, the $8.99 app lets youu follow Skipper, Kowalski, Rico, and Private as well as King Julien, Maurice and Mort as The New York Zoo’s unearthing of a 100-year-old time capsule reveals a mysterious key.

Portable Pixels has unleashed Evil Bricks 1.0, a $0.99 puzzle game for iOS devices. In Evil Bricks, users play a game of matching colors on a wall of sliding bricks. Players swipe rows of multi-colored bricks to change their positions. The game also integrates Apple’s Game Center.

BorOv Development has premiered Movie Quiz 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It’s a $0.99 app that checks how well you know movies. You have to guess the film from a single frame of it. You are given 30 seconds to do this. There are over 2,500 movies and 40,000 frames in the database.

InTime NYC is an utility app for iOS that shows departure information for almost all public transportation systems in the greater New York City area. It also contains additional schedules for Metro-North Railroad, Long Island Railroad, New Jersey Transit, and Norwalk Transit. UnTime NYC 1.1.0 is $1.99. It includes the schedule data for NYC subway; every additional schedule and also the B63 extension can be bought for $0.99 within the app. Also available is InTime B63, which is a limited version of InTime NYC for just the B63 line, and which is free of charge.

JamPlay has updated JamPlay Guitar Pack, a guitar lesson app for iOS devices, to version 1.1. The $1.99 app streams video guitar lessons, including licks, riffs and exercises, to the user’s iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

Domo Apps has announced Textforce 2.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad It’s a text editor that takes users “to the cloud” and lets them work interchangeably between an iOS device and a computer and to sync with Dropbox. Textforce normally costs $3.99; however, it’s being offered for $1.99 until March 15.

PhatWare has updated their WritePad note taking and handwriting recognition software for iOS devices to version 4.6. It’s a $3.99 notetaker that converts practically any handwriting into computer text. Version 4.6 introduces a redesigned Document Manager, which allows users to store their documents in the app’s folder hierarchy and search all documents for specific characters or words.

Fat Apps has released PuzzleTiles 1.2, an update of their $0.99, 15-tile sliding puzzle game for iOS devices. You slide numbered tiles into the correct order, and try to beat your best time. PuzzleTiles features three built-in tile sets, with the ability to make a puzzle from any picture on your computer. Version 1.2 adds iPod Music Library integration. You can make a puzzle from album artwork in your music library.

Seth McFarland has upgraded Downcast, the podcast client for iPhone and iPod touch, to version 1.6.2. The $1.99 app allows users to download, listen to, and manage their favorite podcasts directly from their iOS devices without the need to sync with iTunes.

Real Inverse has unleashed Paper Ninja 1.5 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 game requires players to make split-second strategic decisions and execute quick combo attacks.

The free Testicular Cancer Checker for the iPhone and iPod touch has been updated to version 1.5. The app provides reminder alerts for men to examine themselves for testicular cancer and offers instruction for properly performing an examination.

AssistiveWare has rolled out Proloquo2Go 1.5 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It’s an update to the $189.99 augmentative and alternative communication solution for iOS, serving people who have difficulty speaking. Proloquo2Go 1.5 adds advanced, self-learning word prediction, as well as support for presenting on an external screen.

VooZu Promotions has updated Profit Story for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users to version 1.4. It’s a $1.99 utility for calculating margins, markups, gross profits, doing break-even analysis, comparing selling price scenarios and figuring out unit prices from case costs. With version 1.4, Profit Story has new graphics, larger fonts and landscape/portrait support for iPad users.

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