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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for March 29


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

Nexon Mobile has announced Dungeon & Fighter Slayer Edition, an US$4.99 iOS version of its action role-playing game Dungeon & Fighter.

Viaden Mobile has released Pregnancy: Week by Week 1.0, their $1.99 pregnancy tracker tool for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. It provides detailed month-by-month information on the process of pregnancy and development of the baby. A ready-made to-do list allows expecting moms to plan and schedule healthcare procedures and other important events.

Nahal Ameri has introduced Doghouse Saver 1.0, her new iPhone app just for men. The $0.99 app was created as a way to keep men out of trouble with their wives and girlfriends. It includes illustrated tips, tricks and lists to keep men and their women happy. Doghouse Saver offers 50 compliments, over 100 romantic song titles, over 50 romantic movies titles, 40 fabulous gift ideas, an illustrated guide and more.

Wattanasoft has launched “Learn Chinese (Mandarin)” for iOS devices. The $9.99 app includes advanced phonetic spelling technology designed to get students speaking correctly from the start. Interactive multimedia aides the learning process, unit reviews re-enforce vocabulary and sequential learning builds lessons progressively.

iGotIt Games has debuted Colorflys 1.0, their new game for the iPad. In the $1.99 app, you swoop your finger around the butterflies to catch them in groups of like colors. Be careful nothing gets in your path, such as other colors or types of butterflies or even the dreaded bumblebee, as these will cause your capture to fail. Built exclusively for iPad, Colorflys features 60 levels that take you through three different environments with Facebook and Twitter integration.

Mutant Games has unleashed Mutant Mix Vol 1, their first pack bundle for the iPhone and iPod touch. Its’ a $0.99 bundle of two games in one, including Champion Striker and Go! Go! Soccer. Play as a Striker, flicking the ball to kick, or as the goalkeeper, tilting the iPhone to move the gloves. Guide a footballer tilting your device right and left to avoid rivals coming from everywhere. Both games feature OpenFeint support. You can even submit your scores to Facebook and Twitter.

Yehonatan Douek has created iPan: Flip Master 1.0. This game turns any iOS Device into an egg-flipping pan that takes your motor and flipping skills to the edge. The chicken will drop many types of eggs, which the user should flip at the right timing and plate. In celebration of its launch, for 48 hours iPan: Flip Master 1.0 is free; it’s normally $0.99.

Strava has developed its first mobile application for the iPhone. The free app is the first fitness app to analyze a cyclist’s data, sending comparative results on climbs and sprints back to the user on their iPhone, according to the folks at Strava.

iAdventureGame has rolled out West Wing Escape 1.0 for iOS devices. The $1.99 app takes the actual layout of the West Wing and turns it into a graphic comic adventure. Starting out in the Presidential Oval Office, the player must avoid the guards and solve the puzzles while figuring out an escape plan.

Tension Software is offering Date T Calc 1.0 for the iPhone. The $1.99 app can calculate future and past dates adding days, hours and minutes to a specified date. It can also calculate date differences between two dates you select.

iOS device owners can now access and listen to their Facebook news feed via Friends Aloud, created by VoiZapp. The $4.99 app brings text-to-speech technology to Facebook on all iOS devices.

The Casey Group is presenting the Keyoobi iPad app. The $9.99 lets users see their day’s appointments as a route using Google Maps. It shows users the amount of travel time they’ll have between appointments, displays the best route to get there, and identifies clients or prospects in the vicinity that may be scheduled in along the way.

Viaden Mobile has announced Smart Alarm Clock: sleep cycles & noise recording. It’s an $0.99 app designed to help users optimize their sleep.

eGottlieb Solutions has released Pimp Your Face. The $0.99 app detects faces in your photos, then lets you put wacky hats, hair, eyes, glasses, mouths and beards on them for hilarious, ridiculous faces. All of the face parts can be resized and rotated.

Terry Weissman says his 3D game, Ball Pit 2.0, is now available for free. Ball Pit is best played standing up, so you can spin around to see everything that happens around you. Your iPhone 4 or fourth generation iPod touch acts as a window between you and the world of Ball Pit. Version 2.0 builds on the game’s popularity by improving game play, with the addition of a thrust button, power-ups, Game Center integration, and more.

BET Networks has announced a free, interactive television app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Developed as a companion to the wildly music countdown and variety program of the same name (106 & Park), the app allows fans to enjoy a deeper and more interactive experience who have it open while the show airs every weekday from 6-8 pm.

The New York Times has updated its NYTimes iPhone application, adding videos, slide shows and more content from blogs, in addition to the articles that users have grown to expect. The new app also incorporates improved navigation, and breaking news alerts enable users to stay on top of important news when the app is closed. The NYTimes iPhone application is a free app designed for the iPhone and iPod touch.

Francesco Chessari and Nicola Pacini have announced Stamp Art Fever 2.5, an update to their free simulation game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. In Stamp Art Fever you are an art-stamp collector, continuously searching for new pieces for your collection, in competition with other collectors of over the world for the most valuable collection. Version 2.5 introduce two new themed collection sets.

Flat Earth Studio has updated Yi Jing – Book of Changes for iOS to version 2.3. It’s a $4.99 version of I Ching, the Book of Changes that provides choices in translations. Yi Jing is designed to allow users to find the translations that speak most directly to them. The app includes a question oracle, an integrated journal, and book text in multiple translations and interpretations.

Fidel Lainez has released VideoFix 2.0, an update to his $1.99 video processing app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. VideoFix allows anyone to process their videos, improving the image quality or applying effects. It boasts six different configurable filters. With version 2.0, VideoFix adds support for additional video resolutions, improves the performance and expands the different filters with new configuration options.

Gamelion has updated Doodle Fit, their doodle-style puzzle game for iOS devices, to version 1.0.5. In the $1.99 app, players fit the given sets of blocks into given shapes. Drag the blocks inside and outside in search for the layout that covers the whole shape. Doodle Fit features over 200 puzzles with different shapes. Version 1.0.5 supports the Apple Game Center.

Team Jungool has just updated their latest game Jungool, and reduced the price to $3.99. Jungool is a physics based platform action game with puzzle solving elements that takes place in various world locations across 30 levels. Players take on the role of Wagga, a bouncing ball shaped critter. Wagga is guided by his village Shaman around the world in an effort to retrieve the stolen masks and to ultimately bring back order to the jungle.

Dyerware has introduced an update of feedHopper RSS Reader for the iPad. Created specifically for the iPad, the $1.99 app allows users the opportunity to view their favorite RSS feeds, as well as Twitter, Podcasts, and web pages through a single polished iPad-centric platform. The newly updated fourth version of this app expands its functionality to include a “Reading Mode” option when viewing RSS feeds to format them for easier viewing.

Trans Planet has updated Hotel for iPhone and iPod touch to version 1.0.1. The free app allows travelers to search, browse and book from millions of hotel rooms while on the go. Hotel brings up all the nearby hotels with current room availability, rates, photos and even the location of these hotels on an interactive google map. It also lets you search by city name, post code, distance to landmarks and more or to filter by hotel name.

SugarSync has revved its SugarSync online file backup, access and sharing app, SugarSync for iOS. The provides iPhone, iPad/iPad 2, and iPod touch users with even greater access, control and sharing of files and folders with the online SugarSync service. SugarSync offers a free 5GB version of the full service, with 30GB plans starting from $4.99/month.

Coulomb Technologies has announced new features for its ChargePoint smart phone apps for the iPhone and Blackberry. The free app gives electric vehicle (EV) drivers real-time charging station status. The new version allows drivers to search and filter for charging stations by status: available, in use, voltage level, and paid or free stations.

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