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

Eurl S.O. has announced Aydox 1.0.0 for iPad users. This is a new launch that incorporates math, strategy and interactivity in an US$3.99 game. Aydox challenges players to a contest of mental arithmetic, which can be played against the computer or another player. Using a finger, numbered balls are moved into place on the board to form a math operation. The equation total formed determines the player’s score. In Aydox, the lowest score wins. This game is suitable for all ages.

ElliottApps has released Test Launch 1.0, a rocket game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. In the $0.99 app, you take control of your rocket as you try to collect all the stars from each level. Test Launch features three worlds and 60 levels.

Wasabi Bit has unveiled Bird Smash HD, a free game in which you try to have the last remaining blue pig pay the birds back for the loss of the pigs. It sports numerous play variations and several weapons to choose from.

Knbmedia has introduced Find Them All: Looking for Animals, a free, educational iOS game for children two to eight years old. The youngest will learn to identify the animals during a discovery phase that requires dexterity. Older users are able to look for night animals and use the camera to make their own album or create jigsaws.

Mobilinga has debuted Learn German Quickly 1.0, a learning tool for iOS devices. The $3.99 app combines flash cards, a phrase book, dictionary, vocabulary trainer, quiz and audio.

Killer Bee 1.0 for iOS devices has buzzed out from Ayogo. In the $0.99 game the player has to fly as far as possible through a challenging level and achieve a new high score. The main character can be controlled by moving and tilting the device. Collecting bonus items, dodging enemies and finding hidden items are some of the challenges the player faces.

Ideas Framed Solutions has grown Flower Village, a recreational app for iOS devices. The $0.99 game allows users to explore their own private digital flower garden right on their mobile device. Grow flowers of your choice, water them, nourish them and watch them bloom in front of your eyes. You can make a bouquet out of your favorite flowers and send them to your loved friends and family.

Inkstone Software has delivered eBook Search 1.0, a book discovery tool for iOS devices. With the free app, readers can tap into a library of over two million books.

Mindshapes is offering Metero Math, a $2.99 retro numbers game that plays off a classic arcade style and is inspired by proven retro classics such as Asteroids and Space Invaders. Instead of fighting aliens, players must tap the correctly numbered meteors to solve mathematical puzzles. Each level introduces a quickened pace and more complex problems to solve under time pressure.

Nevosoft has served up Mysteryville for iOS devices. The $1.99 hidden object game is all about finding objects that are cleverly hidden in various locations. Additionally, each location provides multiple item-based puzzles to solve. The plot is this: all the cats have disappeared from the small town of Mysteryville, and something sinister is brewing. In the role of Laura Winner, a trained journalist, you decide to investigate the suspicious circumstances.

Apalon has announced the Alarm Clock for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $0.99 app features clocks created by professional designers and provides the functionality of an alarm clock, sleep timer, clock, and weather tracker.

Teoria has released Economizer for iOS. The $0.99 financial tracking app allows users to track their spending and plan out daily budgets.

Critical Path Institute, in cooperation with app co-developer Scientific Technologies Corporation (STC), has launched MyMedsList for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 app was created to encourage patients to keep better track of the medications they are taking, including prescription drugs, over-the-counter (OTC) products, dietary supplements and vitamins, and builds on the capabilities provided by C-Path’s website.