Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Enjoyable Apps has released Playing with Dolphins for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The app gives users a “unique, realistic experience whereby they can get close and interactively enjoy dolphins in their natural habitat.” Users are able to watch a pair of real dolphins swim, hear them talk, and influence their behavior. Playing with Dolphins costs US$0.99 for the iPhone/iPod touch version and $2.99 for the iPad version.
JOBY, the creator of the GorillaPod tripod and the GorillaMobile for iPhone 4 tripod, has released Frame X Frame, a free iPhone 4 camera app that creates and shares stop motion videos.
Video game development company Infinibee Entertainment has introduced Invincible Demon, a new top-down shooter game available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 game puts players in the middle of a high-intensity battle against scores of monsters bent on eliminating their souls.
Super Boise Studios has unveiled Political Label Quiz 1.0, a political quiz app for iOS. Designed by a team of researchers from the University of Wisconsin and Yale, the free app lets you answer a series of questions that gauge your position on various issues. At the end the quiz it will instantly tell you whether your a liberal/conservative on economic and social issues. It will also tell you how conservative/liberal you are relative to everyone else who took the quiz.
Lightwood Games has debuted Worcle 1.0, a puzzle game for iOS devices. In the free. In the app you shoot balls into a circle to make words. Worcle is free in an ad-supported version. If you don’t want to mess with the ads, you can get a commercial-free version by paying $1.99.
TouchTen has rolled out Castle Runner 1.0, a running game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. In this $0.99 adventure race, players are invited to enter the tumbling dark castle and need to use smart techniques to escape from it alive. Users will have to overcome various obstacles on their way by jumping and sliding.
Nanobit Software has developed Period Diary 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Created specifically for tech savvy female users, the app allows women to track their all the main aspects of their menstrual cycles together with what their physical implications tend to be. With this information in hand the app enables women to predict the arrival of their period, help them plan activities around these life realities. Period Diary is on sale at 50% off ($0.99) for a limited time.
MaxKDevelopment has created iTopCharts 1.0 for iOS. The $1.99 app displays the top Music, Podcasts, Audiobooks, TV Shows, Music Videos, Movies, Mac Apps, and iOS Apps from 62 App Stores worldwide. Each of these eight types of media has between one and nine categories for a total of 26 categories. Users may also drill down to more specific listings.
Erwin Zwart is offering PhotoStack Wallpaper Designer 1.0, a wallpaper creation tool for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The app lets you design your own personal wallpapers using your own pictures. PhotoStack Wallpaper Designer is on sale at 50% off ($0.99) for a limited time.
Oceanhouse Media has partnered with Andersen Press to bring the classic Elmer the Patchwork Elephant books to the Apple App Store. The first omBook (Oceanhouse Media digital book) to be released in the series is “Elmer’s Special Day,” now available for $2.99.
Baked Ham Games has published Otto the Otter, a new children’s book app for the iPhone/iPad. Based on the children’s book written by Ian Mehr and illustrated by Erik Reichenbach. It’s $0.99 for the iPhone/iPod touch version and $2.99 for the iPad version.
Paper Glider Para Drop is the latest game by Neon Play. The latest — and free — adventure takes place in a city backyard. Players must jump a toy soldier from their glider, open its parachute and glide onto a trampoline.
Whether tracking a rookie’s draft status, a veteran’s training regimen or a coach’s insights, fans are looking for more ways to connect with their NFL heroes. Launched today, Gridiron Grunts is a new iOS app that lets professional athletes communicate directly with fans through their iPhone, iPad or iPod. Using Gridiron Grunts, fans can subscribe to their favorite athlete’s channel and receive real-time verbal updates — or “grunts” — that are unfiltered, authentic and come straight from the pros. Gridiron Grunts is offering a special $0.99/month per channel subscription through the off-season. Payment is handled directly through iTunes.
Binary Jigsaw has updated Four Walls for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users to version 1.1. The $1.99 app is a practical tool for home and investment property hunting, providing calculators that shows users the financial realities of a potential purchase and allows them to compare price and features between multiple properties.
Giraffon has released GoTo 1.1 an update of the location-aware app for iOS devices. The free app lets people find any business or location without doing any typing.
Batuhan Akalin has updated Melon Truck — his arcade and puzzle game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices — to version 1.0.2. Game play in the $0.99 app consists of launching melons from a melon truck to baskets that vary in points.
JoyBeams has unleashed Hamster Break 1.1, an update of their physics based arcade/puzzle game for iOS devices. In the $0.99 app, players must navigate the increasingly challenging puzzles while collecting tasty nuts and avoiding the Gold Fish who has plans of her own. Hamster Break features 60 levels of puzzles in four different room locations.
C-130 Games has updated Ship Captain Crew — a dice game for iPhone, iTouch and iPad devices — to version 1.0.8. The $0.99 game can be played with as few as two people, but is usually played in groups of four, five or more. Player status levels and error messages are editable to individualize each players’ version. Stats are saved and restored, so the player can resume right at the point where play was interrupted.
Tickets on the Fly has announced the recent update of their free mobile ticket platform made for iOS. With Tickets on the Fly users can search for the tickets they want while on the go and deal directly with the person selling them.