Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
iPhoneXCoder has announced Real Drums HD 1.0 for the iPad. The US$0.99 app lets you set instruments and a sound kit from the application menu. Real Drums HD features different types of drums, including bongos and special Kitchen Drums made with real kitchen pots and pans.
Stefan Preuss has released Hummingz EVO HD 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $1.99 retro arcade shooter with extras and boss enemies. You shoot your way through many different levels filled with nasty bugs, spiders, frogs, bees and more. Hummingz EVO HD offers two game modes.
GP Cubed has introduced SUP! 1.0, a social networking app for iPhone, iPad and iPd touch devices. The $0.99 app delivers a l means of coordinating your schedule with friends. A simple visual calendar shows what your friends are up to and when. Every event contains a persistent chat screen, so you and your friends are literally all on the same page when discussing the details.
LazyTown Entertainment has launched the free LazyTown BooClips application. LazyTown BooClips are a new way to read books with a variety of features such as: word for word narration, voice-over recording, 3D, sign language interpretation, translation to different languages, navigation between pages, an animated magnifying glass, a dynamic bookmark and more.
IniDyne has unleashed Dark Realms 1.0, a medieval fantasy themed game for iOS devices. In the $1.99 game, you join Thorak the barbarian as he travels the unforgiving roads of the Dark Realms. Soothe his battle lust by fighting the minions of the Evil Lord in a journey that will take you into the darkest recesses of the Earth. Dark Realms sports interactive environments, 15 different kinds of animated enemies, boss battles, and more.
Power App has served up GeigerMap 1.0 for iOS, a $4.99 app that provides updated radiation readings from more than 7,500 official and private measuring stations worldwide. It consists of a searchable, global Google Map that displays crowd-sourced Geiger counter readings. Each colored pushpin can be tapped to read the name of the town or city and its current radiation level.
Daniel Ethier has rolled out Gradekeeper for iPad 1.0, his $4.99 companion app to Gradekeeper for Mac OS X and Windows. Thousands of teachers use Gradekeeper, and now they can work with their Gradekeeper classes on the iPad. Teachers can take attendance, add new assignments and scores, view student progress reports, including category and term summaries as well as copy their existing classes to the iPad using iTunes file sharing and more.
Green Bean Games are offering LastStandStanFree 1.0, a free lite version of their outer-space game for iOS devices. LastStandStan sees the user protecting the Po’Trubians from the Sleevils as the character Stan. He sits in the middle of the screen whilst a hoard of enemies attack him, wave by wave. There are several weapon upgrades for Stan that destroy the enemies faster than the regular gun, but expire much quicker than the rest.
Holderness Media has presented iMelodica 1.0 for iPad devices. It’s a $0.99 virtual melodica that can be played in three different positions by holding down one of three wind buttons while touching the keys.
Hairy Monster Studios has created Bowl Em Hoops, an app for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 game combines Skee-Ball-like play with the classic basketball shooting games.
Erzulie’s Authentic Voodoo has conjured up Erzulie‚s Voodoo 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $3.99 app provides a history of VooDoo from its West African roots to Haiti and New Orleans.
Sysapps has shuffled out 9 Cards 1.0, a puzzle game for the iPad, iPod and iPhone. The object of the $0.99 game is to arrange the cards in such way that heads and tails of the same color match. The game play is based on dragging the cards and forming a 3×3 square, to match heads, tails and colors.
iPhoneXCoder has updated Big Breath for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to version 1.2. How long are you able to breathe into your iPhone? The $0.99 app gives you a chance to test and verify your capacity about blow duration, and compare it with your friends or with the entire world.
Typhuun has announced Ping Scope 2.0, an update of their network monitoring utility for iOS devices. The $0.99 app provides an interface to monitor any IP network device and shows the status using color coded LEDs allowing network and server administrators single touch device status updates. The app’s troubleshooting panel provides configurable parameters to do advanced network troubleshooting.
Riccardo Pietrucci has updated AllSync, a $2.99 social syncing app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The update features a new design, polished interface and more social channels to sync with.
Yuu Interactive S.A.S. has released jUNK! 1.1, an update of the 3D robotic action shooter game for the iPhone 4, 4G iPod touch, and iPad. jUNK! is the nickname of the robot warrior created many years ago to become the perfect soldier, but soon discarded and replaced by modern robots. The $0.99 game features a survival mode and the ability to fight against five types of foes in 10 waves of robotic action.
MobileFlow has updated Fieldforce 2.0, an update to the productivity app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. It’s a free field team productivity with features for real-time push messaging, group location mapping, shared contacts, to do’s, and CRM. Version 2.0 introduces a new home screen feature, as well as includes upgrades to the group messaging, push notification, invitation process and more.