Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Nebulus Design has announced Pocket Monet 1.0 for iOS devices. The US$0.99 app converts your iPhone camera or photo album shot into an image in the style of the father of impressionism Claude Monet.
Creanncy has released Camera+ DSLR for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. With the app you can take hi-res photos directly from it and edit it on the way with different tools and adjustable effects. The iPhone version is US$2.99, and the iPad version costs $4.99.
Along the same lines, iDevelopersLab has introduced Camera DSLR+ Pro for the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. The app features tools designed to make it easier take and edit photos with your iDevice. The iPhone version is US$2.99, and the iPad version costs $4.99.
James Tadeo has unveiled Crazee Bee 1.0, a joystick-based gaming title for the iPad. In the free app, you gather, collect and avoid-the-bugs game. You collect nectar from the orange flowers and get bee points. The big orangy-yellow flowers need to be collected in sets of four and delivered to the hive.
Steve Jarman has debuted Descend RPG 1.0 for iOS devices. It’s a $3.99, first-person, grid-based RPG with over a dozen expansive dungeon levels.
Panorama Concepts has presented Pocket Music Remixer Pro 1.0. The $0.99 app is designed to let you create synchronized playlists using the iPod music library on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
Appsequence has given us TaskBox Pro for iOS. Using multiple filters and sorting options together in the $2.99 app, you can sync your tasks to your calendar automatically and manage all of your daily personal and professional tasks from your iDevice.
Graphiclife has published The Big Book of Words for iOS devices. Primarily designed to educate and entertain our youngest fellows, the $0.99 app is packed with more than 60 illustrated pictures divided into six categories describing everyday objects such as animals, food, vehicles and colors. The Big Book of Words also sports text and audio and is localized into eight languages.
Smart Box Design has rolled out Farkle Diced Halloween HD 1.0 for iOS. It’s a free dice game for 2-4 players. The goal is to survive until your reach 10,000 points.
WetSpotGames has served up Fumbo 1.0 for iPad users. The $0.99 puzzle game does away with the usual bubble bursting, trio matching and so on and instead requires users to draw on their mental skills to move and flip puzzle pieces to form an outside border and inner picture.
Harris Bornstein has tossed out Football Forecaster 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $0.99 app is designed to help users make better betting decisions over the course of a season by using team statistical analysis to identify confident betting opportunities based on point spread variances.
Project Run has arrived at the Apple App Store. In the $0.99 game, you step into the shoes of a master thief and get ready for the heist of a lifetime. You’ll play as Rupert, a stylish gentleman thief, or his partner-in-crime Cora, a young girl who is as quick and agile as she is cute.
Gamebrausch has announced Picnic Mayhem, a $0.99 universal app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It introduces the Everhungries, a bunch of cuddly creatures with an insatiable hunger. They invade the peaceful picnic grounds in the beautiful hinterlands of Mount Sauerkraut, wreaking havoc as they feast on the endless supplies of delicious takeaway food.