Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Internet Design Zone has announced Counting For Kids 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s an US$0.99 educational game where children count the animals displayed on screen. The child also learns to identify animals from their pictures and names along with counting from one to 10.
Viki & Joe Software has released Hungarian Pottages for the iPhone and iPad. It offers a selection of the fozelek recipes with photos. Fozelek is a type of thick Hungarian vegetable dish. Hungarian Pottages costs $0.99 for the iPhone/iPod touch version and $1.99 for the iPad version.
House of File has introduced iTaxable 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The $1.99 app was created to offer users a single mobile resource to understand how all of their financial gains are viewed in the eyes of the IRS, specifically whether specific situations resulting in financial gains qualify as taxable income or not.
Underplot Apps has launched Blood Booth, its third, free photo decoration app for the Phone, iPad and iPod touch. You can add doodle stickers, captions and frames to your photos.
TnT Brain GbR has debuted TAlerts NYC 1.0, a free app for the iPhone and iPod touch. TAlerts NYC shows travel alerts and advisories for almost all public transportation systems in the greater New York City area. It’s not limited to just the NYC subway system, but it also contains the alerts and advisories from Metro-North Railroad, Long Island Railroad, New Jersey Transit Rail and Light Rail, New Jersey Transit Bus, MTA Bus and even MTA Bridges and Tunnels.
Lazy Nieko Software has rolled out iXML 1.0, its debut application for the iPhone and iPod touch.The $1.99 app introduces a new way to view XML files on your iDevice, presenting XML documents in a graphical tree-like structure, with elements in a tree node that displays the element’s name. The user taps the node that they’re interested in, and they’re presented with all of the data that it contains.
Christopher Oxley has served up Cracking Pictures 1.0 for the iPhone and fourth generation iPod touch. Designed with the practical joker in mind, the $1.99 app allows you to overlay realistic pre-rendered cracks onto any picture taken by the device’s camera, giving an illusion of damaged walls or broken glass.
Rocket 5 Studios has unleashed Alien Booth 1.0, a $0.99 morphing app for iOS devices. Using on-screen controls, you can create aliens from pictures taken with the iPhone camera or that are already stored in the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch photo library. Plus, you can share aliens on Facebook, Twitter or email from within the app.
Interealtime Software has created VK: Video Kaleidoscope 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. Using live video from the built-in camera and high-end realtime processing, the $0.99 app lets you create art with delicate patterns or nightclub VJ style visuals.
MaxNick has presented Curling3D 1.0 for iOS, a curling simulation game for one or two players. Similar to shuffleboard, the game is played on a flat ice curling sheet, roughly 15×150 feet. Players slide round stones of about 40 pounds towards bull’s eye targets at either end. Two teammates may use brooms to sweep the ice in front of the moving stone. Curling3D costs $1.99 for the iPod/iPod touch version and $3.99 for the iPad.
Wonky Woo Games has grown What Am I Farm 1.0 for the iPhone, following the iPad version. The $0.99 app features five farm animals in four different game modes. It’s designed for parents focused on introducing their children to farm animals through the world of technology with simple, educational game play.
Jetsetter, a members-only travel site that “helps leisure travelers discover and purchase the world’s best vacations at prices up to 50% retail,” now has a free iOS app. Jetsetter’s team of travel experts search the globe for new destinations and hand select each resort, hotel tour, cruise and yacht featured. Then a Jetsetter correspondent purportedly experiences the vacation and verifies that it will exceed the expectations of our sophisticated members.
OptumHealth, a health and wellness company, has announced its OptumizeMe mobile application for iPhone and Android devices. With the free app, people can create and challenge each other to fitness competitions and trade both encouragement and “digs” along the way.
Color Decor is a new, free app designed to help you understand the basics of color and help you make the right choices when painting. The app includes many room visuals and information, as well an overview of decorating with color.
Dropico, provider of a web-based drag and drop photo management platform, is expanding with free photo sharing applications for both iPhone and Android users. Dropico’s new apps will enable them to capture and enhance photos with a range of filters, then share them across any social networks and online services.
iPeeMobile has released iPee Plus 1.0, for iOS. It’s a $0.99 “non-violent tool designed to calm down any kind of aggressive emotions.”
Mobile travel guide company mTrip, has published seven new intelligent travel guides for Stockholm, Sao Paulo, Bangkok, Budapest, Prague, Dubai and Hong Kong for the iPhone, iPod touch and Android. Travelers can build itineraries that showcase the best hidden gems of the cities they’re visiting. Also, the guides include insider information on what each city has to offer.
Mobivention has released Tic Tac Toe Glow 1.0 for all iOS devices. The free, mobile version of the classic game is following the same concept: two players, two signs, one gameboard. Each of the players tries to place his/her symbol in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row.
Corporate Smalltalk Consulting has updated Fax Reader, their document viewer iOS app that allows the user to view the TIF files generated by standard office fax machines, to version 1.6.7. As faxes are increasingly emailed to save on paper costs, the $5.99 works by circumventing the existing document display logic found in iOS, which will display the first page of a fax but not allow access to subsequent pages. The app includes Dropbox connectivity, and functions as a document handler.
InfinitApps has announced Instagallery 1.1, an update to their $1.99 photography app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Instagallery is dedicated to viewing photos on the Instagram service. You can view an assortment of photos taken by friends and more. Version 1.1 adds a new icon, landscape view, and provides a miniature version of its gallery interface for iPhone and iPod touch users.
Vitzu has updated Lady’s Days for iOS devices to version 1.0.3. The $0.99 health and fitness app displays a woman’s menstrual cycle on a graph or calendar. The app can also send push notifications before each cycle.
Corbenic Consulting has released Fuel Economy Calculator 1.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The $1.99 app addresses an often overlooked part of budgeting for your car — checking how efficiently your vehicle uses the fuel you put in. A driver simply needs to enter some details when they fill up at the pump and over a couple of stops Fuel Economy Calculator can work out how fuel efficient their car is. The app works by using figures from your car’s odometer.