Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
PTT Solution has announced X Games 1.0. It’s a free physics-based game for iOS devices. In the game, you ride and balance your unicycle at the same time.
Blockdot has released a free Apple iPad app for Simply Organic. The app offers a list of healthy recipes. It also includes the ability to let users type in their own tips and tricks for any recipe and receive weekly recipe ideas and coupons.
BSoft has introduced MoneyMeter 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 iOS program for the definition of dimensions and weight of cash in bills. Select the desired amount of money and type ID bill in dollars, Euro or roubles. The size, weight and type of containers are determined automatically.
TeamLava has launched Fashion Story, a free app for iOS devices. Fashion Story is the newest installment of TeamLava’s “Story” series. Players owning an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch can now create and manage their own clothing boutique in a virtual world.
Uncade has rolled out Art Bomb! and Art Bomb! XL for the iPhone and iPad. It’s a drawing toy that allows you to blow up your drawings to inspire new ideas. The iPhone version is $0.99, and the iPad version is $2.99.
AppAnnex has debuted 15 Puzzle Challenge 1.0, a free classic puzzle game for iOS devices. The app features a 15-puzzle game wrapped into one design and combined with Facebook, Twitter and Game Center. You must place 15 wooden square tiles in the right order.
Niles Technology Group has developed Essay Writing Workstation 1.0 for the iPad and iPhone. The $24.99 app features automatic, as-you-type, text save and multiple workspaces to store virtually unlimited amounts of information. Students can develop and write essays while moving from one workspace to another or from one functionality to another with the main, active workspace still open, just like on a desktop or laptop.
WickeyWare has created Zombie Archer 1.0, a game for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices. The game — availlable for $0.99 for a limited time — takes players on a walkabout, challenging them to kill every zombie. The game includes over 20 levels, as well as three separate game difficulty settings.
Apalon is offering Aeroflick 1.0, a $0.99 flight game for the iPhone and iPod touch. A porch of a beautiful house serves as the starting point of a journey full of obstacles and new discoveries. The objects located on the ground can give some extra boost. And with Game Center built in, players can check leader boards and get various achievements for the epic flight they make.
Just in time for April Fools Day, 288 Vroom offers 100 Horror Stories, Sounds, and Scares for the iPhone. This $0.99 app sports 100 “great stories that will make you want to sleep with the lights on” and “immerses you in the terror with over 40 haunting sounds that will make your heart pound.”
Paper Glider Bomber is the latest iPhone game launched by Neon Play. This $0.99 game follows on from the original Paper Glider. The idea is simple. Players glide over a city full of skyscrapers in a paper plane bomber. Players tap the screen to drop a bomb.
Schogini Systems has announced ed tPori, a $1.99 strategic puzzle game for the iPhone that requires users to test their ability to think quick and plan perfectly to move a fireball across a series of blocks to ignite the bomb. In tPori, the objective is to move a fireball across a maze of blocks to ignite a bomb as quickly as possible. Players will need to avoid all of the Green Elements, which will extinguish their fire balls, while using the friendlier elements to help accomplish their mission of igniting the bomb and making it explode.
RenegadeCitizen has released Infinity Control, a $0.99 strategy game in which players are challenged to maneuver crafts around asteroid fields and dock their space crafts while avoiding collisions. In Infinity Control users can discover three worlds.
Remedy, creators of the Max Payne series and AlanWake, has rolled out their top down vehicular combat game from 1996, Death Rally, for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The $4.99 game drops the player in the heart of death matches, challenging players to battle their way to the top while surviving the onslaught of bullets, missiles, and death-defying stunts.
Glu Mobile has unleashed new Big Time Gangsta App for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The free app takes the player into the dark and dangerous underbelly of big city back streets. There they will experience what it means to run turf-grabbing expeditions, face a slew of shady characters, recruit their crew, and select their tools of the trade from a vast selection of deadly weapons.
Xsilva Systems, makers of unified retail Point of Sale tools sold under the LightSpeed brand, has updated LightSpeed Mobile, its $4.99 point of sale software for iOS devices, to version 1.4. With the new version, users can now print receipts via LightSpeed Server to select local or networked Star Micronics printers.
The Glow Agency Limited has updated Mobisella — their free mobile classified ad platform — to version 1.5. The app lets you post to multiple sites at the same time including eBay and Craigslist.
Davka Corp. has released cRc Kosher 1.1, an update to its free kosher product information app for iOS devices. It offers product information about Kosher-for-Passover food items, medicines, health and beauty items. cRc Kosher includes kosher product lists, a guide to kosher fruits and vegetables, and a listing of over 80 Kosher agencies worldwide recommended by the cRc, the Chicago Rabbinical Council.
Pixite has updated Web Albums for iPad, a $2.99 photography app, to version 2.1.2. Web Albums puts your entire Picasa online library at your fingertips. Version 2.1.2 adds full front and back-facing camera support for the iPad 2. Users can take photos and videos from their iPad 2 and upload them in full resolution while browsing their photos.
Christopher Turner and GreenBeanGames has rolled out LastStandStan 1.2 for iOS. It’s a $0.99 space shooter arcade style that now features Game Center integration, two modes of play, and an array of weaponry and foes.
Sinecure Industries has updated Free Bad Advice for iOS to version 1.3. The free app boasts over 800 pieces of bad advice written.
Sinecure Industries has introduced How Am I Feeling?, an update to their free mood analyzer for the iPhone and iPod touch. It analyzes the user from a simple touch with accuracy based on proximity to the face.
JixiPix has updated its RomanticPhoto app for the iPhone and iPad to version 1.2. The $0.99 app is designed to create a romantic mood or setting automatically from any picture. Version 1.2 brings in a new workflow, near instant preview, new effects, randomize button, and vignettes.
Liv Games has introduced a free version and the first major update of its hybrid fantasy game, Legendary Wars, for the iPhone and iPod touch. The game offers a blend of traditional RTS, RPG, and castle-defense game-play set in a fantasy world. Legendary Wars Free offers players seven custom levels that introduce an assortment of units, from noble Elven Archers to brash Magical Unicorns. The regular version costs $0.99 and touts 50-plus stages.