Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Squbo.ru has announced ContentLock for the iPhone. The US$1.99 app allows users to protect their media content without setting a password on the entire phone.
Apalon has released a free game, Dress The Monkey — Fashion Monkey 1.0, for iOS. Made “for the kids who love fashion and dream of becoming famous fashion designers,” the app gives users the ability to select various pieces to put together an outfit for one of four monkeys. Once a style has been completed, users can share the customized monkey’s look with friends and family via email, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or save it as wallpaper.
Beiz has introduced Lola’s Magic Cube 1.0 for iOS. The free educational app for children ages 4-8 years. The puzzle game comes with three difficulty levels.
SchedJoules has unveiled WeatherCals 1.0 for iOS. The $1.99 app adds the local weather to the user’s native iOS calendar. WeatherCals adds detailed local weather forecasts up to seven days in advance. Forecasts are given four times per day and include temperature, wind and precipitation. Each day users get the UV Index and sunrise and sunset times.
Adeptial has debuted its first app for the iPhone, Yakaround 1.0. It’s a free, real-time chat app aiming to create chat rooms for all places and events in the world. By providing chat rooms for places and events, Yakaround enables users to instantly communicate with other nearby people at those locations. There are three types of chat rooms in Yakaround: place, event, and subject chat rooms.
Smith & Tinker, the Seattle-based mobile game company, and Marvel Entertainment have published Marvel KAPOW! 1.0, a casual action-game for iOS devices. Built specifically for touch-based mobile devices, the free game puts the power of Marvel’s super heroes at your fingertips. Marvel KAPOW! features 23 play levels, three boss levels, arcade mode, Game Center leader-board integration.
Kaplan University is offering the free KU Campus, an application developed exclusively for the iPad to allow students to use the device to access their online classroom.
Just in time for summer, A Day’s Outing has developed a location-based mobile edition of their online travel search tool that helps families and friends avoid the gas pump and find nearby day trips, vacation side trips and weekend getaways all across the country. A Day’s Outing is a free search tool for discovering the best local events, destinations and roadside attractions, personalized for each user.
Apps2Be today is presenting Tube Downloader 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The $1.99 app was developed specifically to download videos from a variety of tubes and video sites and organize them on iOS devices.
World Book has announced World Book’s World of Animals, a free educational iPad app. It’s designed to give “kids of all ages engaging opportunities to explore, compare, and rank animals and quiz themselves on their favorites” and features “hundreds of stunning pictures, videos, animal sounds, quick facts.”
Bonbol has updated Movie Club Pro 5.0, which offers iOS users a library of full length movies available to stream directly to the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. In total over 100 hours of action, comedy, drama, horror, documentary and animation features are included with the $2.99.
Impresiones Web and Minijuegos have released Star Connect 2.0 for the iPhone and iPod, iPad and Mac where the player has to help Lucy join different stars. What starts as a simple endeavor get’s complicated when satellites and black holes get into scene. The free game consists of a nine-level tutorial and a free nine-level world.
From the software artisans at A Tasty Pixel comes comes Loopy 2.0 for iOS, an iPhone live looping app. The interface of the $2.99 app lets anyone create music by layering looped recordings of singing, beatboxing, or playing an instrument.