Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
StartApp has announced VoiceFeeder 1.0, a new voice controlled RSS feed application for iOS devices. The US$2.99 app was developed specifically for reading news feeds with voice control functionality. You can listen to your RSS feeds without any touch; just using your voice, read RSS-feeds, group them into categories, read the whole category or all feeds. You can browse the news in handy form or show the news page in the browser just by touching the link.
Stuffed Iggy Software has released Meringue 1.0, their new productivity application for the iPhone 3G, 3GS, and iPhone 4. The $2.99 app allows you to view your daily schedule in terms you understand. Events are synchronized with the system calendar and you can view, edit, and delete them right from the app.
Panorama Concepts has launched World Holiday 2011-12, a productivity app for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. It’s a $0.99 companion for your iDevice’s calendar system to plan, manage and schedule festive occasions. It allows you to automatically synchronize holidays into your your calendar in a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly overview. This is all without the need of Internet connections or additional subscriptions.
Demansol Software Solutions has introduced Hidden Numbers 1.0, a game for the iPad. The $0.99 app constitutes catchy images with numbers hidden in between them. The user has to find the required numbers. The game contains 10 chapters and each chapter is given a time limit of five minutes.
Panasonic has introduced its free VIERA Remote App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The app allows you to navigate all the tools and features on your VIERA TV, including 3D settings, SD card access and VIERA Connect over WiFi by simply activating the function within your Viera TV’s menu.
Interex has debuted Minefield Navigator 1.0 for iOS, an arcade style game set underwater. In the pick-up-and-play game, players must navigate through a minefield by touching the screen to move up, and release to move down. All levels are randomly generated so no two games are ever the same. The number of mines increases by one at each new level, and there are an unlimited number of levels. Minefield Navigator 1.0 is free with an in-app purchase to unlock the full featured version for $0.99. There is also an in-app purchase at $0.99 called “God Mode”; this mode provides an unlimited number of lives, but disables the ability to submit the score to the global high score list.
Electronic Terrain has rolled out Imprimatura 1.0, an educational game iOS devices. The $1.99 app is designed to be an aesthetic experience, a test of one’s knowledge of great artists and a tool for learning art history on the go. The app includes a growing database of artists, their artwork and summarized information about each artist, the artist’s school and stylistic details of the painting.
Panorama Concepts has served up Ultra Security 1.0, a alarm system utility for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The $0.99 app is designed to prevent strangers, friends, parents and even a jealous boyfriend or girlfriend from unauthorized use of your device by activating its motion and sound activated alarm system. When activated, Ultra Security will produce a sequence of extremely loud alarm sounds.
Irina Schens has created Match Pairs — Memory Game for Kids with Cute Cards. Developed specially for kids and toddlers, the $2.99 app is designed to train your visual memory and concentration. Featuring andmade artwork it combines five categories with 3 levels of difficulty, with 15 gameplays in total.
Sendmail, a provider of message processing appliances and applications for enterprise messaging infrastructures, is offering a free Sendmail IP Info app. The free download is a native iPhone application offers email systems administrators the functionality of an on-the-go administrative tool to help keep their corporate email infrastructure secure and performing at optimal levels.
The Western Union Company has presented a free tool that will allow anyone in the U.S. to send a Western Union money transfer directly from a mobile phone. The free, multifunctional app is now available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
EdgeMates Capitals, a $1.99 puzzle matching game to help learn geography, is now available on the iPad. A series of tiles are created that have states/cities/countries on each side. The goal is to place the tiles on the game board so that each capital matches up with its state or country on the connecting edge. Three versions are available for US capitals, North American capitals, and world capitals.
Subscribers to KelbyTraining.com have a new way to view their photography, flash and lighting, Adobe Photoshop, and Creative Suite online training with the new iOS app designed for both the iPad and iPhone, now available at the Apple App Store. You can try it for free.
With today’s launch of the new, free eBay Motors iPhone app, U.S. car owners and automobile enthusiasts now have a free, tailored mobile shopping experience that allows them to bid on or buy anything from rare parts to the latest in demand sports car — virtually anytime, anywhere.
Loud Crow builds upon the PopOut! series of interactive digital books with its latest offering, “PopOut! The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin.” It brings Beatrix Potter’s classic tale of a quirky and naughty little squirrel to life with pull-tabs, spin-wheels, spring-mounted characters, and objects that literally pop out of the page. “PopOut! The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin” costs $2.99 for the iPhone and iPod touch, and $4.99 for the iPad.
PageNet has updated their The Night Flier game for the iPhone, iPod and iPod touch to version 1.1.3. The $0.99 app offers a classic version of the Helicopter game, with expanded gameplay. The aim of the game is to fly as far as possible to score the maximum number of points.
Soluble Apps has announced MailShot 1.40,an update for its group email solution for iOS devices. The app allows iPhone and iPad users to email groups of up to 50 people from within their favorite apps by selecting a single contact from their address book. Version 1.40 adds the ability to import address book contact groups directly into MailShot, and removes the previous limits on maximum group size in the paid version. MailShot 1.40 is available now as a free download. With an in-app upgrade, users can create and email up to 50 different groups, each of which can now contain over 100 different contacts. (The actual limit depends on your ISP).
Sulaba has updated Race Gear, an iOS 3D car racing game and learning tool for both kids and teenagers. The $0.99 app helps you learn the physics of driving by practicing u-turns, sharp turns, wide turns, blind turns and find the optimal speed for each. With inside & outside of the car views, you can learn the effects of your actions on the road from both a driver’s and an observer’s perspective.
Dynadel has released Ovulation Calendar 5.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $4.99 helps you determine your fertile days of the month, so you can either achieve or avoid pregnancy. It also maintains a list of your symptoms during the cycle, your BBT chart and your weight chart among other features.
SpotWorld has updated SpotWorld — The Global Social Travel Guide for iOS to version 1.01. It’s a free travel tool that iPhone users to discover, learn about, and interact with media of the world’s best travel spots. Users can browse community-generated itineraries of the best spots in the various destinations around the world.
Imre Fazekas has served up Sixth Seal: 1.2, an update to his popular top-view fantasy action-game for iPhone and iPad devices. Offered free for a day, it’s a gesture-based magic control system.