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

VMIX, a carrier-class online video platform provider, has announced Vidcinity, a free mobile application for location-based video capture and discovery. The iPhone app lets users upload and pin video to a precise geographic location. Vidcinity then notifies other users of the app nearing that locale that a video is available for viewing.

Movial has released its Movial Communicator on the iPhone and Android platforms and is working with several operators to launch Android and iPhone VOIP applications. Movial Communicator is a freea SIP/IMS (RCS and MMTel) application for operators provides HD voice, HD video telephony, enhanced address book and messaging along with advanced communication user experiences across a variety of platforms.

AuthenTec (, a provider of security and identity management solutions, has launched the commercial availability of an industry standards-based downloadable digital rights management (DRM) client solution on iOS-based devices and Android-based phones. The downloadable DRM Fusion Agent allows operators to more deploy secure content services and to limit license fees only to clients who opt for premium services.

Applistar has introduced Indians Family 1.0 for iOS, a game where players try to figure out how a family can safely traverse a natural obstacle, getting from the far left to the far right of the screen. It features three environments and 60 puzzle levels. Indians Family 1.0 normally costs US$1.99, but is on sale for a limited time for $0.99.

Electrohoof has debuted Wah-Wah 1.0, their $0.99 wah-wah pedal for iOS devices. Wah-Wah “combines instant gratification and party toy potential with creative re-use and professional noise sculpting, to make an irresistible gadget for musicians and casual fun seekers alike.” Just tilt the iPhone/iPad as if it were a wah-wah pedal.

XS720 has scared up Platform Hell Pro 1.0, their first video game for iOS devices. It’s a retro style platform game in which you must dodge monsters and collect diamonds to open the exit to the next level. There’s a free version, as well as a $0.99 pro version of Platform Hell, which contains 50 levels that are unlocked after completion.

Super Boise Studios have rolled out Pirate Subs!!! 1.0, a $0.99 submarine blasting game for iOS devices. Players must first tap the subs to nuke them out of the water. Once the subs are in the air they’ll have to swipe across the screen to launch missiles at them. The goal is to prevent any of the pirate subs from escaping. You get bonuses for destroying multiple subs with a single missile. The game features online multiplayer, four gameplay modes, and more.

Hand Carved Code have served up Priorities 1.0 for iOS, their $2.99 productivity app for task and list management. The app enables the user to view all to-dos at once or drill down to priorities, sub-items, and sub-tasks. Users can create re-useable templates, and pages can be color-coded to indicate the type of list.

Cristi Habliuc has cooked up Spin Frenzy, a $0.99 arcade puzzle game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The game’s concept is simple: you are given a number of fruits which you have to pair in order to score points. When the fruits make a pair of at least three, you get points for it. Spin Frenzy offers Game Center integration.

Duck Duck Moose has published Old MacDonald HD 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $1.99, interactive musical book for children with different languages, several instruments, including violin, cello, piano, and kazoo, as well as a record-your-own-voice feature. All the illustrations are manipulable; children can shear a sheep, flip a cow, push a tractor, make ducks waddle, pop balloons, and more.

Viaden Mobile has unleashed Dice Fight 1.0, a free app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch designed to appeal to fans of Yahtzee Adventures. Based on a similar concept, the program automatically searches for an opponent who is available to play. Opponents are chosen randomly so that users can play with others of various levels.

MacPhun is offering two new, free applications for iPhone and iPod touch users. Perfect Photo Free is a multi-tool editing app to improve pictures. The new app features nine photo editing tools, which are most commonly used to fix pictures. Cartoonatic lets users shoot fun animated videos with customizable speed and sound.

Dexetra is presenting Mobillionaire 1.0, a free, multi-player strategy game for iOS and Android devices. In the app you travel back to an era where values such as honor, pride and integrity defined men. As a king deposed of his throne by Emperor Houdini, you are determined to free your subjects from Houdini’s oppressive rule. Trading is a tricky proposition and is affected by many factors.

Fling Soft has updated Movie Vault for iOS to version 1.3. This update includes full AirPlay functionality, improved streaming servers, and additional features including a personal queue allowing the user to create a playlist of films that they would like to watch at another time. The prices of the applications have also been reduced to $1.99 (iPhone) and $2.99 (iPad).

Tangent Worlds have announced Rogue Vertex Online 1.6.0, an update to their top-down 2D space shooter for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. RVO is a $2.99 online game taking place in a universe where four factions are at war. Players accept global missions from anywhere and fight through waves of various enemies. Version 1.6.0 of this MMORPG online game brings player-requested features, such as an interactive tutorial.

IdeaSwarm and InfinitApps have updated Handoff for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to version 1.1. The $1.99 app is designed to simplify the sending things from your computer’s web browser to your iDevices, by using a web service to connect your desktop browser to your iOS device. Once you have the iOS app installed, all you need to do is download a browser extension or bookmarklet from the web site to get started. Version 1.1 which adds a browser extension for Firefox and integration with several iOS apps.