Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (

Beach-Rak Medicine has announced Master Diagnostician Series: Approach to Anemia in the Adult Patient 1.0 for iOS. The first release of the Master Diagnostician Series: Approach to Anemia in the Adult Patient is an US$1.99 educational tool for differentiating the many causes of anemia and its management from a hematologist’s point-of-view. It includes an algorithm to help discriminate between subtle nuances of the many anemia etiologies.

The Soulmen has released Daedalus Touch, a text editor for the iPad. The $3.99 app offers text editor interaction and an always-on, app-wide search with persistent match highlights. There’s a built-in web browser for research, live character/word counts, and full support for SmileOnMyMac’s TextExpander Touch.

NextRoot has introduced Instamap, a $1.99 iPad photography app. Users can browse through Instagram photos according to a location or a tag. No matter what part of the globe or what tag is chosen, results are updated constantly, so that every new Instagram photo posted is added to the gallery live, in real time. Photos can be viewed in tile view or pinned to a map. Users can also view popular Instagram photos, browse their own gallery or those of their Instamap friends.

Panorama Concepts has unleashed Pig City — Premium Version 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 racing platform game where you help the pig escape from the farm and venture to the city. Tilt your iPhone/iPod/Pad forwards, backwards, left and right to guide Pig through the city streets, avoiding cars and other obstacles on your way to the finish line.

Mobicle has kicked out Goal Battle, a 3D soccer game for iOS devices. In the $0.99 game, players have the opportunity to face off against online opponents in a 3D goal shootout. The game not only highlights the appeal of one-on-one competition, players compete against other individuals, online, in real-time, and more.

Abe Balsamo & Co. has updated Arrhythmias, their proprietary medical app for iOS devices, to version 1.4. The $0.99 helps to diagnose and treat medical problems, allowing  medical practitioners to make peer-reviewed decisions that are in line with the standards of care.

Askar Khangildin has announced Live Contacts 1.1, his one-touch dialing app for the iPhone. The $1.99 utility is designed to help you create fast-dial buttons with a video included.

We Are Apps has updated Dress the Royals for iOS to version 1.2 for iOS. It’s an app for those who love paper dolls cut out books. Dress the Royals enables users to dress the British Royal Family for every occasion. The app will be free for three days starting May 31; it’s regularly priced at $0.99.

Mobivention has released Spin The Bottle Party Fun 1.2 an update to their classic party game for iOS devices. Now available for free, it offers players new possibilities to integrate their own questions and tasks. With the help of an additional psycho pack, players have an additional 50 psycho questions and 50 tasks.

Francesco Chessari and Nicola Pacini have updated Stamp Art Fever HD, the native iPad version of their simulation game, to version 1.1.0. In the $0.99 game, you’re an art-stamp collector, continuously searching for new pieces for your collection, in competition with other collectors of over the world for the most valuable collection. Version 1.1.0 features over 200 original prints and 20 levels of play, with OpenFeint and Game Center support and more.