Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Mooee has announced its GolfSites app for the iPhone. It’s designed by golfers for golfers, brings advanced golf GPS and ball-tracking features to users to help them navigate around the course and measure their game. The GolfSites App is available for US$19.99. The first five courses are free, and additional courses are available for $0.99 through an in-app purchase.
Namco has released TNA Wrestling Impact for iOS devices. The $4.99 app offers a roster of more than 24 characters to choose from, including Hulk Hogan, AJ Styles, Ric Flair, and Kurt Angle. The game puts players in control of the biggest superstars of professional wrestling.
Firebirdgames has introduced Nom Nom 1.0. It’s a $0.99 physics-based puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod touch. Nom Nom features 60 levels of action with four different themes (Jungle, Farm, Tundra, and City). You feed the hungry animals by bouncing food to them via the geometrical shapes.
Bloop today has unveiled App Wallet 1.0 for iOS devices. The $0.99 app is designed to help you save money and remember those apps that you bought. It performs a scan of your mail, looking for any iTunes receipt and suggests any app, songs or movies and collects them into a list. Developed specifically for for iPhone and iPad, users will need a Gmail, Yahoo, Mobile Me or generic IMAP e-mail account.
Toca Boca has debuted their latest interactive app toy for kids, Toca Doctor 1.0, an interactive exploration of a trip to the doctor’s office. The $0.99 app allows children to explore bumps, bruises and broken bones in a “fun and creative environment.”
4baam Studio has served up PianoBall — Fun With Learning 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. Targeted at children nine months to five years old, it’s a $2.99, musical, play-and-teach tool for children controlled by a dynamic rainbow keyboard and rotating colorful balls. It allows children to explore the world of sounds, melodies and colors while developing cognitive and motor faculties.
Paul Solt has rolled out Wallpaper Evolution Lite 1.0 for iOS, a free app that lets you play with psychedelic wallpapers and personal photos. The app turns an iOS device into a virtual photo table packaged with HD wallpapers for the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. A wooden coffee table is the main screen where users can tap, flick, zoom, and rotate images as they see fit. You can add personal photos and create collages to share with family and friends.
Tasty Cocoa Software has cooked up Music Marquee 1.0, a Last.fmscrobbler for the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. With a tap on an iOS device, you can track the music you listen to on Last.fm with the $0.99 app.
Sega has unleashed Dinosaur King D-Team Adventures for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Based on the cartoon series, the $2.99 app allows dinosaur fans of all ages to explore an expansive menagerie of prehistoric creatures via interactive pictorials and games.
Slick Developers has created iMultiply! 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $0.99 app is designed to reach second and third graders their multiplication tables in an interactively fun way. Kids select answers to equations, then either successfully move to the next equation or see their mistake, so they can learn the correct answer. The app also includes the times tables up to 12 for memorizing.
Askar Khangildin has developed Live Contacts 1.0, a one-touch dialing tool for the iPhone. The $1.99 app lets you create fast-dial buttons with a video included.
Cleversome is offering 3do 1.0.0, a 3D reminders tool for the iPhone and iPod touch. In the $4.99 app, tasks are represented with four-faced cubes in a 3D perspective view, with specific controls for reminders on each face. Users can rotate the cubes to interact with different aspects of setting a reminder.
Appular is presenting Push Panic Free, the newest variation of their color-matching puzzle game. With 15 new levels in the free game, players tap and push the chromatic combinations off the screen in a race against the pulsating panic bar. Players create explosive color-coded combinations by tapping the boxes to push the groupings off-screen before the vibrant squares reach the red panic bar.
The new Fashion Nomad iPhone app is a guide to fashion destinations for traveling fashionistas. The free app offers a concise list of indie boutiques, designer flagships, vintage stores and top department stores in the major fashion cities such as New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Milan, Shanghai, San Francisco and Sydney — all organized by area so you can be “in the know” when visiting a new city. Tap “the girl” icon to get GPS distance and directions directly to the latest fashion boutiques and namesake designer flagships.
Cinemark Holdings, a motion picture exhibitor, has announced an iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad application. The free app enables movie fans to securely purchase Cinemark movie tickets on the go.
Intuary has updated Verbally, its assistive speech solution for creative communication on the iPad, to version 1.1.1. It’s a free augmentative and alternative communication aid for people with a speech disability. Verbally is a text-to-speech AAC solution that minimizes movement for the user, enabling even those with impaired motor skills to more easily speak unique thoughts and feelings and to participate in conversations.
Regular Rate and Rhythm Software have announced Med Mnemonics, a database of medical memory aids, version 12 for the iPhone and iPad. The $1.99 app allows healthcare students and professionals instant access to over 1600 learning and recall tools. A mnemonic is a short rhyme, phrase, or other mental technique for making information easier to memorize. New mnemonics can be added, shared, and submitted by users for inclusion in future versions.
Corporate Smalltalk Consulting has updated PDF, a document viewer that allows the user to view both oversize and long multi-page PDF documents, to version 1.7. The $3.99 app employs proprietary LargeViewer technology to convert and pre-render large documents for scrolling, zooming and sub-second rendering. In addition to reading PDF files that are thousands of pages long, PDF 1.7 can handle page sizes exceeding 48 x 42 inches.
Playrix Entertainment has released Royal Envoy HD 1.0.1 an update of the adventure strategy game for the iPad. The $4.99 app invites players to set off on an adventurous voyage across Islandshire as they take the King’s challenge to save the land of countless islands from the merciless forces of nature. The player’s mission is to construct and upgrade homes and buildings for the island citizens and ultimately become the chief city planner of Islandshire.
MyNature has updated Sequoia Tracks, Trees & Wildflowers for iOS to version 1.1. The $9.99 app provides a complete, personal field guide to identifying the animal tracks, trees, and wildflowers of Sequoia National Park. It features: searchable databases of more than 30 tracks, with 700 photos, plus animal vocalizations; more than 30 species of trees with hundreds of drawings and photos; and 240 wildflowers with 680 images.