Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Appshay has announced Tyne and Wear Metro 1.0, an iOS travel app that provides a complete, interactive, metro guide to the metro system in Northeast England. The US$0.99 guide features an interactive station map, departure boards, search & browse stations, journey planner, an animated route map showing start and finish, nearby places of interest, and GPS-aware location of nearest stations.
Code Redman has released Baccarat 88, the fourth in a range of card game apps exclusive to the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a free, handheld version of the casino card game Baccarat. The aim is to bet on the outcome of two hands.
AppGeneration has introduced World’s Opinion 1.0 for the iPhone and iPad. If you could ask something to the World, what would it be? With the free World’s Opinion, you can ask anything to our worldwide community of more than 70.000 members and get the answers in just a few hours. There are members in more than 140 countries.
AllStays has launched Camp and Tent 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $4.99 app is for tent campers who want to get out and explore camping without having to rely on RV only campgrounds. Camp and Tent plots points on the map around the user’s location and provides available campgrounds. The map can be filtered for certain types of campgrounds such as state forests and parks, public lands, private campgrounds and even military camps.
Imperial Penguin has debuted Subterran 1.0, a 3D tunnel flyer game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. In the $2.99 game, you take the controls of a ship specially designed to fly dangerous missions through enemy tunnels. The missions you fly depend on how fast you gain rank. Each time you play the 20-mission career the challenge increases.
Dimlight Software has unleashed Galaxart HD for the iPad. The $1.99 app lets you create your own space art. Just select an object and start drawing on the iPad. Watch as the stars follow your finger or switch from draw mode to place mode and put objects exactly where you want them. You can insert your own images into the galaxy.
Frozen Pepper, iDev2 and Ethervision have teamed up for RC Plane 2, an universal binary application for iOS devices. The $0.99 app offers radio controlled plane flight simulation paired with race and gaming challenges. In addition to free flight and 12 exciting races, it includes two environments to fly in, Seaside and Tuscany, as well as six game modes and 17 different planes.
Free the Apps! has rolled out 911 Police Radio HD for iPad users. The free app offers thousands of emergency radio stations to listen to, lets users add custom feeds, shows the number of listeners on a station and allows users to save their favorite emergency radio channels.
MultiEducator is offering Revolutionary War for iOS, the latest in the History on the Go series. The $4.99 app covers a variety of topics all accessible by touch menu screens. Major battles and events of the war are covered with text, drawings, paintings and maps.
Mind Cafe has created AGMethod 1.0 for iOS. The $1.99 medicine app gives users the “power to manage and alleviate pain using the unique vibrational properties of sound.”
Fotopedia has created Fotopedia North Korea, a “never-before seen look into the hidden country.” The free app is now available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users.
Bounce Energy’s commitment to serving its Texas electricity customers with more than just low electricity rates continues with its latest free feature, a new iPhone App. Current customers can view and pay bills, add or edit payment types, set up auto pay, one time bill payments, contact customer service and read the latest energy saving tips and insight. The Bounce Energy iPhone app is available for a free download.