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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for June 6

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Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).

Riada has announced Skrappy 1.0, a scrapbooking tool for the iPad. The US$3.99 app was developed for creating scrapbooks using dynamic content such as music, movies, voice memos and websites, as well as photos, text and clip art. Skrappy has been designed to feel like a book, so pages are turned by swiping, with an animation to match.

Viki & Joe Software has released the release and immediate availability of Bela Lugosi — The Master of the Macabre 1.0, an interactive multimedia app for the iPad. It’s designed to let you discover the life behind one of cinema’s greatest icon, Bela Lugosi. .It costs 2.39 Euro (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide (except in the United States).

Albino Pixel has introduced Shake Up Your Mind 1.0 for iOS devices. You can use the $0.99 app to “make every day decisions easier and fairer.” You can add/edit decisions as you see fit.

Tiny Mobile has unveiled FaceBomb Photo Explosion Booth Live 1.0, a free psychedelic photography app for iOS devices. It takes your camera’s live feed and multiplies it leading to a photo explosion on your iPhone 4, iPad 2 or fourth generation iPod touch. FaceBomb comes with 10 different photo explosion, and you can add up to 20 more.

AJ Media Group has debuted Fuzz Blast 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is a new launch of a $0.99 physics-based game in which players are challenged to move a character safely through 45 levels in three different worlds, using only their iDevice’s accelerometer and collecting stars and avoiding bombs as they go.

Apalon has conjured up Magical Images Free 1.0, a free entertainment app for iOS. Created especially for the fans of optical tricks and illusions, it has a handful of specially designed images that consist of several frames. After a grid is put over an image, it can be moved either to the left or right producing animation effects. When users start to move the grid, all the images transform into animations and start moving.

AngryOrange has bounced out Just a Ball 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 puzzle game that challenges users to use problem solving skills to get a soccer ball from its starting position into a box with a single shot using only some sparse materials and sheer shooting accuracy.

Steve Jarman has created Like-Wise 1.0 for iOS devices. It’s a $0.99 social networking app that “takes a different approach to helping you build new relationships, by focusing on you as a person, rather than on the random results that many alternative apps rely on.”

With only a few months to the kick-off of the World Cup, Alexandru Halmagean has kicked off Rugby Arena 1.0 for iOS. With the $0.99, fans stay on top of the sporting event.

Mention Mobile has served up Los Angeles vs. New York 1.0, its free travel app for iOS devices. This competition allows users to represent their city by tagging photos with the

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