Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Everdow has announced EverdowFinance 1.0 for iOS, a finance app that allows users to manage their personal finances. Featuring streamlined input of income and expense items, the US$2.99 app displays all information in both text and graphic formats. By rotating from portrait to landscape orientation, the iOS device displays the alphanumeric financial information as a color-coded, bar graph or pie chart.
Corbenic Consulting has released Household Bill Splitter 1.0 for iOS devices. With the $0.99 app home sharers can divide their bills between themselves and record each individuals payments. Bills can be split in any way, payments are recorded and the amount owed by each occupier is kept up to date. Household Bill Splitter allows sharers to see at a glance how much is owed in total by each occupier. Breakdown views are available that show both the amount owed per bill for a particular occupier.
LogicalVue Software has unveiled iBasic 1.0. It’s a app for those just learning how to program. Through Oct. 15, iBasic is offered at a special introductory price of $9.99.
AppHome has launched Phodio, an $0.99 app for sharing voice messages and favorite musics on social network sites like Facebook and YouTube.
Lumesse, which specializes in integrated talent management solutions, has debuted Lumesse TalentLink. The free app supports a way of working and collaborating, bringing mobility and instant access to key information about candidates, jobs, interviews, colleagues and hiring processes.
iThinkerBoard for the iPad is a corkboard-like app “that provides a balanced view of your thoughts.” It consists of nine boards, arranged in a three-by-three grid. The main topic is placed in the center and expanded into various sub-themes using the surrounding eight boards. This arrangement provides an way to study the topics and the relationships and connections between them. iThinkerBoard is being offered $0.99 for a limited time.
IMDb — an authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content — has presented IMDb Trivia, a free iPhone and iPod touch application. Intended to challenge and inform entertainment fans with movie, TV and celebrity trivia questions curated from IMDb’s unrivaled selection of entertainment trivia, it’s IMDb’s first foray into games.
ViVu, which specializes in desktop videoconferencing solutions, says its videoconferencing solutions are now available free for both the iPhone 4 and the iPad 2, making high definition (HD), multiparty video collaboration and two-way video from all endpoints available on these devices for the very first time. Using the iOS devices customers, business partners and colleagues can now easily attend multiparty videoconferencing sessions; upstream video from their own devices; and collaborate with session participants through slide and desktop sharing.
NewSoft has created a mobile document management solution for the iPad. Presto! PageManager is an $3.99 app that allows users to read, organize, share and manage a variety of documents directly from their iPad.
Circadence (http://www.circadence.com), a provider of WAN and network optimization solutions for commercial and government customers,is offering an application programming interface (API) enabling WAN optimization for Apple iOS applications. The API installs into Apple mobile applications or apps in development, “enhancing end-user mobile experiences with noticeable increases in efficiency and reliability for any content.”
Rogan Ventures has kicked off Football Stats Engine ’11 for iPad. It’s a $4.99 sports stats analytics app that helps users visualize current NFL player statistics through graphs, charts, and other data visualization tools.
Spin2Win provides budding high-rollers a modern Wheel of Fortune experience in a free iPhone app. Spin2Win features a prize wheel offering 15 different virtual payouts, a fully stocked bar and more.
Simplex Spelling is now available for free with the release of Simplex Spelling Lite. The “lite” version contains all the features of the paid version, but with over 50 all new high frequency spelling words.
algoriddim, makers of the line of djay products for Mac and iOS, and EMI Music, a music company have teamed up for djay – David Guetta Edition for the iPhone and iPod touch, featuring material from DJ, music producer and artist, David Guetta, is now available on the App Store. In the $7.99 app, users access Guetta’s signature sounds and bonus electro tracks in order to create new pulse pumping sets.