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

DTP Tools has announced iDML for the iPad. The US$19.99 app allows users to edit stories from InDesign documents on the Apple tablet. While typing, users can also assign any of the paragraph or character styles that are defined in the document to a selected piece of text.

Intersog has released Tododo 1.0, a mobile planning utility for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users. The free app lets users plan ahead day-by-day anywhere from weeks to months in advance.

Jets Team has introduced Jets – Flight & Seat Advisor 1.0, an iPhone application for business and leisure travelers. The $2.99 app is designed to let travelers know which seat to choose to travel in the highest level of comfort on more than 100,000 flights worldwide. It provides online flight information and aircraft seat maps available offline, covering 80 airlines and more than 400 different aircraft.

App Partner Development, in association with Joseph Pantaleo, has launched Pocket Clubber: GTL at the special introductory price of $0.99. In the game, players create their very own clubbers and take care of them by giving them what every clubber needs — trips to the gym, an orange tan, and clean laundry.

Bixby Apps has debuted Craigslist+ 1.0 for iOS devices. The $0.99 app is built to make using Craigslist simple, easy and on-the-go with no complex menus, moving buttons, or ads. You can choose from over 300 cities and results can be filtered by region, area and neighborhood.

Heather has unleashed BirdBeat 1.0, a $4.99 iOS app designed to take everything birders previously needed to carry in the field for cataloging pattern markings and data, and put it all in the palm of your hand.

Big Small Things has published Cinderella by BST 1.0 for the iPad. The $5.99 ebook brings the tale of Cinderella to life with watercolor paintings, interactive animation, professional narration, three built-in games and the ability to record your own narration. Cinderella BST offers three reading modes: Read to Me, Read it Myself, and Record.

3TAC has rolled out what it says is the first “in a new generation of interactive, immersive social media interfaces” for iOS devices. Starvatar ($1.99) is designed to create a full multi-media experience for the Twitter service. With it you see a n caricature of each person within a common backdrop. You can listen and see each tweet along with viewing linked images.

Preschool University is offering Sentence Reading Magic 1.0 for iOS. The free app is designed to provide the missing link between reading words and reading books and reading sentences. Sentence Reading Magic has two modes: sentence building, where children can move the words into their correct sentence position, and reading, where children can read the words of the sentence and then check their work by touching the hidden picture. The app features audible pronunciation of whole words and letters.