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

Flip Flop Games has announced Word Colors 1.0 for iOS. The US$0.99 crossword game features colored letter tiles. For example, forming a word with three consecutive tiles of the same color triples the scoring for those tiles. Other features include: automatic scoring, bonus squares, the ability to play against a friend or random opponent, friends lists, game statistics, chat & push notifications, personal profiles, and an online Word Colors Wall for socializing.

Games2be has released Jump N Roll 1.0, a free title for iOS devices. In the game you must leap over deep pits. The game also has diamonds, monsters, quests and upgrades. The character rolls with a constant speed so that the player can focus on jumping and dashing monsters with the one-touch control.

2Morrow Mobile and The Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum have unveiled their free WAAAM iPhone app. It showcases a collection of over 200 antique airplanes, cars, truck and military vehicles that are preserved in operating condition at WAAAM.

Boostr has introduced Urban Rivals for iOS devices. The free game challenges users to fight, discover new characters, trade them and improve their stats. Featuring fighting tournaments, the game mechanic is reminiscent of rock-paper-scissors.

Figure 8 has debuted Paint Pro 1.0, $1.99 color matching utility for iOS devices. It lets you chose colors from multiple vendors, select automated color coordinates, and sharie your color choices via social media. Paint Pro also suggests coordinating colors and additional close-color matches for reference.

Designed by Meritum Soft, Chooche offers gamers the opportunity put their skills to the test by tilting their iPhone left or right as they attempt to line up as many chickens as possible on a road so that their flock can be run over by a speeding car or truck. Each level in the free game presents more of a challenge, and successful gamers are rewarded with several hidden bonus levels.

Qbikal Software has created Snap & Share Kids Cam 1.0, a camera and photo sharing app for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Developed specifically for kids as young as three, the $1.99 application allows young photo enthusiasts to take and share their photos with just a few touches.

ElemWordPuzzle ($0.99) is an iOS app that can be used by kids to learn elementary words in form of arranging puzzles. The words are associated with images to help kids understand them better and are alphabetically arranged.

Pushpins has cooked up Food Fight!! 1.0, a nutrition comparison tool for iOS devices. The $0.99 app is designed to make it easy for shoppers to compare the nutrition of their favorite foods. It allows shoppers to gain insight into nutrition facts like calories, fat, protein, carbohydrates, and cholesterol. Food Fight!! instantly compares the products across five dimensions and declares a winner of the food fight based on which is healthier.

Paragon Software and Oxford University Press have teamed up to bring the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary to the iOS platform. It costs $28.99.

Options Media Group says its Drive Safe is now available for the iPhone. The free enables global positioning satellite (GPS) tracking to calculate the speed of travel while a vehicle is in motion. Once vehicle speed reaches 10 miles per hour, the Drive Safe application locks the phone’s keyboard, preventing the user from emailing, surfing the web or texting while driving.

SnapKnot, the photocentric website designed to help engaged couples find wedding photographers, has rolled out a free wedding planning app for the iPhone. The mobile app enables couples to browse wedding photographers listed on the SnapKnot website from any location via their iPhone.