Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Ruckus Media Group has announced Spot the Dot and Spot the Dot Lite, the first apps from pop-up master and “New York Times” best-selling children’s book author David A. Carter (“One Red Dot” and the the “Bugs in a Box” series). The app invites toddlers and preschoolers to find different colored dots hidden in a variety of interactive playspaces. Spot the Dot is available for the iPad for US$3.99 and a also as a free “lite” version.
Datacolor, which specializes in in color management solutions, has released for the iPad. The free app allows for custom color profiling of iOS devices and provides a viewer to apply custom color corrections to images.
Futuremedia has introduced RetroCalc 1.0. The $0.99 app brings retro-inspired calculators to the iPad. By swiping a finger across the screen, users can customize their calculator by switching between any one of a dozen retro-inspired calculator skins or choose one of the HD photographic backgrounds.
PY Consulting has launched TripCam 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app, free for a limited time, offers realtime computer vision techniques in order to show the world seen from the eyes of a robot. Just tap on the image and a photo is taken. It has a retro black and white style.
Nagaraja Rivers has debuted Speak Japanese Fun Phrasebook 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $1.99 phrasebook app for the Japanese language. Each phrase is displayed in large sized Japanese script, phonetic transliteration, and English translation. You can hear the audio for each phrase from a native Japanese speaker. There are over 500 words and phrases.
Fine Mechanics has driven out CarLights 1.0 for iOS, a $0.99 app that provides a complete guide to the more than 100 symbolic indicator lights used in BMW and Mini automobiles. Located on the dashboard and instrument cluster, these red and yellow lights provide feedback on the status of the car’s various systems. The app displays a scrollable list of symbols for each of 20 different models of BMW and Mini. Touching any red or yellow icon opens a description of that indicator and its use.
MagiCode Games has unleashed Roger The Flying Pig 1.0, a game for iPhone and iPad devices. Raised by a family of ducks, Roger the pig always longed to fly. Now his new family have all flown away, you must help Roger learn to fly by feeding him burgers and muffins, and launching him down a giant slide. The burgers make Roger heavy and slide faster. The muffins help him bounce. Can you help Roger bounce his way to flying? The iPhone/iPod touch version costs $0.99; the iPad version is $1.99.
With My Love Wallpapers from haha interactive, you can create your own home screen and lock screen wallpapers all at once for iOS devices. With the $0.99 app, you can select a photo and adjust it by zooming in or out and/or rotate to insert inside the wallpaper. Users can place on some stickers that makes your own wallpapers. The application offers a direct preview that lets you see how the wallpaper will look.
Intersog has rolled out Interview Assistant for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The $1.99 mobile aide was developed to give anyone the tools they need to conduct, catalog, and review interviews. Interview Assistant was built for professional recruiters, students conducting research for school projects, and everyone in between who happens to find themselves needing to conduct interviews for any reason.
Kids Learning Language Media has developed AlphaBubbles Multilingual 1.0 for iOS devices,. The $1.99 educational app starts with the basics of each language. When the user pops a bubble, its contents fall down the screen as the user hears its name spoken in the chosen language.
TBox Apps, which specializes in augmentative and alternative communication technologies, has created Scene & Heard, a $49.99, customizable Visual Scene Display communication aid for the iPad. It provides a visual scene display communication aid by transforming personalized photos, video, audio, and included symbols into customized interactive communication scenes.
Lenco Media has served up its RadioLoyalty Internet radio app for the iPhone and iPad. The free app allows users to tune in to their favorite Internet radio stations and earn RadioLoyalty points at the same time.
Swam Tech has updated My Facetab, its social networking app for the iPad, to version 1.3. The $0.99 app lets you browse Facebook, upload pictures, watch videos, chat with friends and more.
Retired Astronaut Collective has released Jangle 1.3, an update of the free word game for iOS devices. Players go head to head to match their wits and their vocabulary in this multiplayer, online app. In Jangle, players build the longest word they can in a short time limit. Users may play online with Facebook friends or with a random opponent.
Daze End Software has updated Listmaker, their list manager for iPhone and iPod touch devices, to version 1.8.0 It’s a $4.99 tool for storing and organizing grocery lists, gift lists, and more. The 1.8.0 release builds on earlier improvements and includes new features like the ability to copy lists and new colors and art that give the app an updated look.
Mother Tucker has announced Craigly Premium 2.0, an update to its Craigslist multi-location search for iOS devices. The $1.99 app gives users multiple views of their search results, including:n images text view; a thumbnail-only view; a full-screen image-only view; and a Map view with images and so much more. Version 2.0 adds search monitors that serve as a free alternative to push notifications.
Happymagenta has updated Spyglass for iOS devices to version 3.3. The $3.99 app combines augmented reality navigation and a milspec compass to help users tag, find and track locations, bearings, positions of the sun and the moon as well as stars — all in real time. Spyglass can be used as a hi-tech viewfinder, gyrocompass, optical rangefinder, map tool, GPS, zoom camera and more.
GoodHumans has rolled out eMailGanizer 1.3, an update to their email reader for the iPhone. It’s designed to simplify the process of managing email by presenting folder recommendations in order of relevance to the current email. Version 1.3.1 enables iPhone users to delete, move, and rename email folders and offered enhanced integration with the Toodledo web service. eMailGanizer is available in both a free, ad-supported version and a pro version without advertisements. eMailGanizer Pro ($4.99) also includes bonus features such as larger email previews and the ability to view more folders at one time.
Haha Interactive has updated My Wonderful Days, a productivity app for iOS devices, to version 1.2,. The $0.99 app can be used as a diary or a simple notepad. Version 1.2 adds aging to notes as they get older over time, as well as a more powerful search feature.
ShakerApps has introduced OnePass 1.03, an update to its $1.99 productivity app for the iPhone and iPod touch. It lets you store important information on your iDevice. Any kind of personal information that you are afraid of losing will be always at your fingertips. Your data will always be protected from unauthorized access or loss by setting a password to run applications and backup/restore data.