Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Frimby Limited has announced Facemood 1.0, their new mood discovery app for iOS. The US$0.99 app allows users to discover the mood of their friends through running a specialized algorithm on their Facebook metadata, such as their latest Facebook status. Friends’ moods are explained in simple and graphical icons and terms on a Profile View. Facemood utilizes a variety of sources for its keyword database, and also allows users to add personalized keywords.
PSoft Mobile has released AR Missile HD 1.0, the iPad 2 version of its iPhone/iPod app. The $0.99 allows you to shoot missiles at anything within your camera’s sights. Simply tap the screen to send missiles flying along trajectories before exploding on your targets.
RockLive has launched Mike Tyson – Main Event for iOS devices. It’s a free, interactive boxing game featuring Mike Tyson and an eclectic group of fighters from around the world.
Whoopee Games has introduced Molecular Deuce HD 1.0, a $0.99, brain-teasing puzzle game for iOS devices. Developed specifically for the iPhone’s touch interface, the player has to slide atoms around a screen in an attempt to build a molecule in as few moves as possible and as fast as possible. Molecular Deuce features 60 levels and caters for gamers of all levels of ability.
Tribal Nova has debuted the free lite version of iLearnWith the Mighty Jungle: Animals! HD 1.0, its first iPad app in the iLearnWith educational program. This Life Sciences educational game helps kids 3-7 years old learn interesting animal facts while playing with the cheerful characters from the TV show broadcast on PBS Sprout and the Disney Channel.
Nuclear Nova Software has unleashed Barnyard Blaster and Barnyard Blaster Lite for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It’s a shooter with one goal: to prevent all animals from escaping. Use six weapons from flame throwers to rocket launchers to stop 10 species of animals from crossing the environment. Barnyard Blaster is on sale for $0.99; the paid version includes all levels and no advertisements. Barnyard Blaster Lite is feature limited and contains advertisements and may be downloaded for free.
Martha Stewart Living has rolled out its Egg Dyeing 101 from Martha Stewart Living app for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 app provides access to holiday egg-decorating ideas that are kid-friendly. You can choose a project by swiping through a gallery of 101 photos.
Faceyourmanga has served up Faceyourmanga for iOS. The $0.99 app lets you collect colored Mangatars, create your own avatars, save your creations in the gallery or on your iPhone, and modify them over and over. You can match them to contacts in your address book and share them on Facebook and Twitter.
Dude Perfect has created a self-titled app for the iOS platform. In the game, inspired by Dude Perfect, a group of college guys on YouTube known for their insane trick basketball shots, gives gamers a chance to stretch their creativity by making trick shots in unusual places. The Dude Perfect game, developed by BlackBox Interactive, rewards players for making creative shots. The Dude Perfect game is available on the Apple iOS platform in the iTunes store for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The game costs US$0.99 for iPhone and iPod touch users, and $2.99 for the HD iPad version. Additional worlds, characters and balls can be unlocked inside the game for a nominal fee.
David Spickett has developed Maze Dash 1.0. It’s a $0.90 game based around using speed, skill and fast reactions to solve randomly generated mazes. You can play against the computer, the clock or friends and compete against the world for high scores, best times and achievements through Game Center.
“Simone and the Night’s Monsters” is a new, $4.99 iPad ebook based on illustrations by Italian illustrator Graziano Vitale. The app looks like a children’s book that can be watched and read together with children from 3-8 years old.
Beanheads Consulting has updated Sort Shots – iPad Edition to version 2.4. The $5.99 app lets you locate and assign tags to one or more photographs. Sort Shots allows users to arrange tag words associated with their photographs for dynamic photo tagging and searching. The application imports the keywords assigned to photographs via iTunes Folders or FTP using photographic software including Aperture, iPhoto, Adobe Lightroom, Bridge, Elements, and more.
Aptogo has announced Showtime Lite 2.0, a free version of their photo presentation app for iOS. With Showtime Lite, a user can enjoy their iPhone and iPod touch photos on the big screen without the need for syncing or cables. Photos can be displayed on any browser-based device on the local WiFi network including a Mac/PC, Internet TV or games console. The user can drive the presentation using the iPhone as a remote control or use the rich web interface.
Meritum Soft d.o.o. says Atomic Ball 1.3, their game for iiPhone and iPod touch devices, will be free for a limited time. It features 60 levels in 10 different graphic themes and six soundtracks. The brick busting game offers over 30 power-ups, Game Center support with 20 achievements and more.
Training developer Infinite Skills has updated Infinite Skills Video Based Software Training, a free mobile app that offers software training to thousands of iPad users, to version 1.1. The app includes video-based training for Microsoft Office, AutoCAD, and Adobe Creative Suite 5 in a mobile format. Most courses are targeted toward beginning users, created with a focus on building fundamental skills and user confidence with practical lessons.
NxtApp, a $0.99 math puzzle game for iPhone, has been updated to version 1.1. The app tests the gamer ability to quickly solve problems while being timed for the best score. Version 1.1 integrates Game Center capability.
Code Redman has released Thumbat HD 1.3, exclusively on the iPad. It’s a $1.99 bat and ball game with an industrial theme. In Thumbat the player or players take control of two recycling trash cans, the bats, and tries to keep the steel air purifier, the sky ball, in the air. Various “poison” particles in the air have an effect on the ball as it sweeps through, requiring the player to react quickly. The player has one sky ball and only one chance.
Knowledge Quest and iHomeEducato have published Wonders of Old Ancient Timeline 4.1, a $4.99 app designed to teach and reinforce history and geography knowledge. It’s targeted for students in fifth grade and up.
Callpod has updated Keeper for the iPad, an app that allows you to access, organize and back up your secret and confidential information. To celebrate, Keeper Backup is being offered at a special price of 50% off — or $14.99 a year.
DotTribes and The Green & Energy Consulting Group have launched iEV 1.1, an update of teh electric car simulator for 3G, 3GS and 4G iPhone devices. This $3.99 app enables people to simulate an electric vehicle’s battery and range behavior while they’re driving their normal car. With this information drivers can get to know their personal range and battery capacity requirements before buying an electric car.