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

Sprightly Software has announced Congress Solitaire 1.0, the latest in Sprightly’s series of solitaire games for iOS. In the US$1.99, players work their way through two decks, trying to build their foundations from ace to king. There are eight piles in the main play area where cards can be dragged from the discard pile.

Mobureau has released Moonganizer 1.0, a lifestyle app for iOS devices. The $4.99 tool is combination of an organizer and a Moon Calendar.

AllAppsMobile has introduced iCrack for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This $0.99 entertainment app was built for the purpose of creating a faux broken screen effect on users’ iOS devices.

e-MDs, a provider of electronic health records (EHRs), has launched e-MDs Rounds for the iPhone. The free app combines the power of e-MDs Solution Series with the mobility of an Apple smartphone, allowing doctors to remotely and securely key patient information from their EHRs via their mobile device.  Using Rounds, doctors are able to view patient data and scheduling information, capture charges, view results, write prescriptions, and exchange messages internally with staff.  

A new, free iPhone app from the Healthcare Blue Book teaches consumers about fair prices for care, even from their doctors’ offices. An enhanced app for employers lets employees search for in-network providers who offer the best value.
Techno Kitten Adventure is a free game for iOS devices where players use single-button controls to navigate a kitten by jetpack through a fantastic world of techno music.