Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
mix1009 has announced Free Music Download Player Pro for iOS, their music app that allows users to download, program, and play free, legal music downloads. Music lovers can download complete albums or individual songs with one tap, and downloading can be done in the background. Free Music Download Player Pro is now at the special introductory price of US$0.99; the regular price is $2.99). A free version, limited to 20 downloads, is also available.
Stinger Games has released Stinger Foosball League 1.0 for iOS. The $1.99 game features a realistic, 3D foosball table simulation with customizable cameras that change from overhead to ground level views of the action, following the ball as it rolls, bounces, and flies around the pitch.
ChipotleLabs has unveiled CalcPad-HD 1.0 for iPad users. The $0.99 tool provides a calculator for regular and scientific calculations, as well as a “secret” safe location for storing text and images. A user’s sensitive information and photos are hidden within the app but accessible if you know how and where to look for them. CalcPad-HD also has a secure web browser and search menu within the secure storage area.
Franklin Philips has introduced Promise Calendar 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The free app delivers a different Bible promise to a user’s iDevice every day of the year.
3PigProductions has debuted Face Frenzy 1.0. In the $0.99 iPhone simulation game, Joe and Jane are in a frenzy to get their faces ready for their day. Face Frenzy allows a user to help the characters prepare for their day by controlling various facial aliments. Success or failure depends on how quickly you work. Use cream, tweezers, lip balm, tissue, and eyedrops to keep their mood high before the time runs out and their day is ruined.
Jeffrey Beck Fitness has served up Body Shop Fitness App 1.0, a free training app for the iPhone and iPad. Designed by an accredited fitness professional, these exercises are designed to help you overcome workout plateaus and achieve new heights in muscle development. Body Shop Fitness includes video demonstrations, as well as instructions on how to properly perform each exercise, plus the correct amount of sets, reps and resting time to maximize your gains.
Picflick 1.0 for iPhone ($0.99) is designed to make it easy to build a collection of animated moments. Users can capture the bustle of life around them, make flip-book cartoons, or create stop-motion clips with everyday objects.
5dev has conjured up Ma9ic: Super Card Trick for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $0.99 app offers a card trick, graphics to add to the trick’s illusion, and step-by-step instructions.
IdeaSolutions has developed KYMS 1.0, a private storage utility for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $1.99 allows you to create a secret media library protected by a password in which to collect images and videos to protect them from prying eyes.
Fairwinds Software is offering MedTracker 1.0 for the iPhone. The free app records the dates and times patients have taken over-the-counter or prescription medications. MedTracker handles multiple people, different dose amounts, and dose frequency. It makes use of a single view for tracking medication, displaying the last time medication was taken, dosage, and patient name. A second view will show the stored history for a single medication.
Skyreader Media has published three new interactive graphic novel eBooks: “An Alien Ate My Homework,” “Got the Time,” and”The Grateful Ants” are available for the iPad on the App Store in the children’s books category. They’re $1.99 each.
Rypple (http://rypple.com/mobile), a web-based social performance management platform, has cooked up a social mobile offering for managing performance at work. Rypple’s free iPhone app allows managers and employees to “recognize great work, provide immediate feedback, and stay connected while in a meeting or outside the office.”