Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
TechSmith Corp. has announced ScreenChomp, a free app available exclusively on the iPad. It’s a digital whiteboard that users can write and draw on with the touch of a finger, using 12 different colors.
eFusion has released iStandard Clock 1.0, a clock application for the iPad. The US$0.99 app integrates World Clock, Alarm, Stopwatch and Timer features.
3y3.net has launched Email Marketing Pro 1.0 for iPad, a $19.99 tool for building email list targeted to a specific market area. Lists can be exported in either CSV or VCF formats.
BlankHed Gaming has introduced AlkaZar 1.0, a $0.99, physics based puzzle game for iOS devices. In the game, the peaceful town of Alkazania has been tormented for the past five decades by a treacherous blood sucking vampire Alkazar. Help the town by breaking all the blocks and getting Alkazar to fall onto his tomb, the only place he can be destroyed.
Underplot Apps has debuted Pew! Pew! Starblast 1.0, a $0.99, voice-activated space shooter for iOS devices. It gives the player the opportunity to control the game’s space ship by tilting the device and by producing his/her own sounds like “pew!” or “bang!” to fire the ship’s laser gun. The gameplay features a balanced combination of voice control, using the iPhone’s accelerometer and a system of in-game bonuses like automatic gun and power-ups.
NeonOwl has unleashed Hungry Bug 1.0, a $0.99 arcade adventure game for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Playing as the titular hungry bug, Hungry Bug puts players against moles and dragons as they race to banish their appetites apple by apple for as long as they can. It features 10 unlockable bugs with 12 bonus items.
Fling Soft has scared up House of Horrors 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and the iPad. It provides access to over 75 classic public domain horror-themed movies that can be streamed over 3G or Wi-Fi and also supports AirPlay to your Apple TV. House of Horrors costs $0.99 for the iPhone/iPod touch version and $1.99 for the iPad version.
TapDownApps has developed Kidoodle 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 educational app for keeping the toddlers entertained.The only action required is simply touching the screen. With each touch your child will be greeted by various sounds and shapes.
MS Trading has created Riffmaster Pro 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Perfect for both professional and amateur musicians alike, the $4.99 app allows anyone to slow down a song and change the pitch, in order to quickly learn the instrumental part of a song or the lyrics, or make adjustments to suit their vocal range. Users can save their place in a song and make notes on wave windows.
Make Me Dance Quiz for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad has boogied out from Chozen Concepts. The $0.99 app poses multiple choice Q&A about real life events and scenarios. All of the app’s content and music is user contributed. A correct answer from a player results in characters dancing hilariously to a random soundtrack, while a wrong answer means the player is laughed at by a different character.
AppNinjas has cooked up a $0.99 credit card reader designed to fit the iPad, to enable merchants to use the Swipe app to process and swipe credit cards securely and easily from any location. The Swipe iPad version allows users to process payments via Wi-Fi or their cell carrier’s network. Qualified transactions are swiped at the time of sale using a credit card. Swipe has no monthly minimums, set-up or activation fees. A monthly charge includes everything needed to accept credit cards.
ShoPro is offering Nursery Tools Peek-a-boo! for iOS devices. The $1.99 app is designed for children not only to have fun but to learn English vocabulary words.