Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Apple has updated iMovie for the iPhone and iPad and GarageBand for the iPad. The former adds support for playing audio over through high definition TVs with the Apple Digital AV Adapter. The latter adds support for wireless audio playback via AirPlay, along with support for importing several audio file formats.
Rosetta Stone, a provider of technology-based language-learning solutions, has Rosetta Stone TOTALe Companion HD, an app for the iPad that supplements and enhances the company’s language-learning experience, Rosetta Stone Version 4 TOTALe (pronounced tow-TALLY). It’s offered in 20 languages. Three months of access to TOTALe Companion HD is included in the purchase of Rosetta Stone TOTALe and can be downloaded from the Apple App Store. After the three-month introductory period, learners are encouraged to continue using TOTALe Companion HD through the company’s extended subscription plans. More information is available at RosettaStone.com.
Wave has released Flare 1.0 for the iPhone 3GS or later, iPod touch 4G and iPad 2. With the US$1.99 app, you can shoot video in HDR in real time with live, on-screen effects with no delay.
OstinGames has introduced Zepi Music 1.0 for iOS. The aim of the $0.99 game is to score as many points as possible by tapping the skins, bubbles and bugs of the same color. The bubbles are different in size and as you touch them, a flashing chain will be formed. All bubbles in a chain will burst giving you a specific number of points that are added to the total score of the current session.
Alex Reich has unveiled OopsImLate 1.0 for iOS. Using the $0.99 calendar application, users no longer have to place ” I’m late!” calls to peers and/or bosses. The software does it by calculating distance between your location and destination, and notifying contacts or social media if you’re running late.
Eternal Empire has debuted Amoveo 1.0 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. Developed to give users a new medium through which to present their photos, the $2.99 turns any presentation into an occasion-specific experience by using dynamic, stylized slideshow templates that come complete with theme-specific animations and flexible viewing options.
Video training provider, Infinite Skills has published Learn Photoshop CS5 Quickly And Easily 1.0, a new iPad app designed to let users learn Photoshop skills. The $9.99 guide delivers 11 hours of Photoshop CS5 tutorials via WiFi and 3G and includes AirPlay.
3AM Coffee Studios has brewed up Hairpaint 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The $0.99 app allows users to create and paint new hairstyles on photos they have stored on their mobile device. Users have the power to not simply change their subjects’ hair color but their actual hair type with the swipe of a finger.
Renigart has cooked up iPizza HD for iOS. In the $0.99 app, you’ll find recipes of healthy and law-caloric pizzas.
Nagaraja Rivers has created Speak Chinese Fun Phrasebook 1.0 for iOS, a talking phrasebook app for Mandarin Chinese. In the $1.99 app, each phrase is displayed in large sized simplified Chinese characters, Pinyin with tone marks, and English translation. Featuring over 500 words and phrases, users can hear the audio for each phrase from a native Chinese speaker.
Aviation Week is offering a free iPhone app for the upcoming Paris Air Show, June 20-26, that features an interactive show map, exhibitor and aircraft listings, a Paris city guide, and access to top news stories, blogs and videos from m.aviationweek.com, Aviation Week’s mobile website.
The free Promega app is now available in a new format optimized for easy use on both iPhone and iPad, and it’s supplemented with more tools for scientists and students. New content in version 3.0 includes a Restriction Enzyme Finder, a new Biochemical Buffers chapter, and additional instructional videos on transfection and PCR purification. On the iPad, the Restriction Enzyme Finder and popular BioMath Calculators are now accessible via popup modular tools.
PhatWare has updated PhatPad, its note-taking and collaboration iPad app, to version 1.4. The $4.99 app enables users to draw, write, and type on the Apple tablet, then share ideas via email, WiFi sync, Dropbox, or with PhatPad’s built-in presentation mode. Version 1.4 includes the latest WritePad handwriting recognition engine and offers integration with Evernote and Google Docs.
Matt Demma has announced Eyebots Arena 1.2, an update to his $0.99 arcade and action game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. It’s a top down shooter, a modern version of robot-shooting classics like Berzerk and Robotron.
Technicat has updated the $2.99 3D fantasy bowling game HyperBowl for iPhone and iPad with support and extra content for the iPad 2. This latest update takes advantage of the newest features from the Unity game engine to provide improved performance and graphics.
HYBSW has updated MedsList — their iOS medical app that allows users to keep a record of every prescription medication taken, the dosage, frequency, and the prescribing physician — to version 1.4. The $2.99 app keeps track of patient allergies, as well as foods, drugs, and activities to avoid when taking a particular medication. Users may enter, modify, and delete data from the following personalized lists: Medication, History, Avoid, Allergies, and Sort by time of day.
BeiZ has released Staraoke 1.3 for the iPhone and iPad. It’s a game that lets children control a cartoon character on their screen by singing along to various songs. Designed especially for four to nine-year old children, the software recognizes the singer’s pitch and keeps the character on the path unless you sing off key. If you sing correctly, the character stays on the path and you ramp up points. The iPhone version costs $1.99, and the ipad version is $2.99.