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

Ken Tidwell has announced D3100 DSLR 1.0 for iOS, another in his series of Min-U Guides to Nikon DSLRs. The US$2.99 app provides access to information by allowing the user to “drill down” through a topic until they find what they need.

Floating Radish has released GroHabit 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $1.99 app for developing positive habits. GroHabit collects and displays personally motivating text, audio, and photos, acting like a portable motivation board. It lets users specify their own habit behaviors, track their progress, discover and overcome challenges, and strengthen their motivations.

ThinkMac Software has introduced iKana Noto 1.0 for iPad, the fifth product in the company’s Japanese educational software lineup. The $9.99 allows users to practice writing Japanese on their iPad. It is designed to allow users to get back in touch with writing hiragana, katakana and kanji characters by hand. By choosing from any of 15 templates, users can practice writing using either a simulated marker, brush or pencil.

BananaBox has unveiled Acceleread, a $7.99 iPad application designed to teach users how to read faster. With a algorithm based on the latest learning research and trials at Duke University, it generates a guided speed reading course customized for each user’s strengths and goals.

Creative App Design has debuted MMP Plan — Meeting Organizer 1.0, a MyMeetingPro Effective Meeting app for the iPad and iPhone. This tool integrates meeting agenda and attendee planning, in-meeting timekeeping and agenda tracking, as well as organized meeting minute taking and email communication. MMP Plan is available in a free, ad-supported version.

Viki & Joe Software has served up Hungarian Desserts 1.0 for the iPhone and iPad. The $0.99 app offers authentic Hungarian dessert recipes with photos.

Maddysoft has rolled out MyStuff2 1.0 for iOS, a $4.99 database and inventory app that allows users to organize, track, and manage all their possessions at home, school, or office. Designed to organize collections, music, movies, books, video games, electronics, lists, appliances, office supplies, or anything else, the app is based on user-definable categories.

SocialGuide, a New York-based social TV company, has served up a free, real-time social guide and TV companion for the iPhone. It offers a way to discover and watch TV, as well as a series of features, including a social programming guide, genre filter, and social streams.

Aesop Apps has launched of Nightlight + Lullaby Songs & Sleep Sounds for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Built as a combined nightlight and sound machine, the $0.99 app provides soft light and soothing sounds to help children fall asleep at night.

New Media Entertainment has created Agent 351: Logic Bomb, its debut mobile title for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 game brings trivia masters a way to put their knowledge to the test while challenging themselves to prevent the greatest heist in history. It is up to Agent 351 to progress through 40 levels of questions to deliver the Royal Bank from danger and capture the cunning Jacques Le Petite.

Thomas Nelson Gift Books has published a line of apps for their bestselling devotionals. The first apps in the launch include the platinum-selling devotional “Jesus Calling” and Max Lucado’s newest devotional “Live Loved.” These apps, priced at $9.99 each, are available for purchase in the Apple App Store for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.