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

Rush Digital Interactive has announced Hope’s Quest for the iPad. It’s an US$1.99, 3D action-puzzler with game play inspired by the classic Kurushi (Intelligent Qube) series.

Playpiegames has released 10Plus — The Brain Game for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The $0.99, math-based puzzle game challenges players to add together as many or as little numbers as they want into multiples of 10. The faster the player adds the higher their score goes.

Tharle Games has introduced Apple Life i 1.0 for iOS. It’s a free, strategic puzzle game with the objective of swapping an apple with an adjacent normal apples to make a group of same kind of apples. You have to make a chain with least three alike apples, either vertically or horizontally. More apples in the chain fetch you bonus points. There are three different game modes: Happy mode, Extreme Game mode and Relax Game Play mode.

Zaubersee has launched Camera- 1.0, a universal utility for iOS devices. The app — available for $0.99 — lets you take a picture by clicking your tongue. This leaves your hands free to hold the iPhone.

Impossi-Games Limited has debuted Impossi-Grid for iOS, a free jigsaw puzzle game that gives players the opportunity to win one million pounds by solving six challenging levels. Players test their puzzle-solving skills by carefully arranging the multi-colored pieces on an empty grid. Available pieces can be sorted by corner, edge, or middle pieces.

i-Free Innovations has presented CoinKeeper 1.0 for iOS. It’s an $2.99 expense and budget tracker app. You start with a pre-arranged budget and play with customization options.

Just in time for Halloween, 2 Leap LLC has created Rockin Grim 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app features talk-back functionality and more than six guitar moves that users can use to play, record, and create personal video messages to share with friends and family during the Halloween season. Rockin Grim is free through Halloween with the option to unlock all guitar moves and remove ads.

SlideShark for the iPad has swam out from Brainshark. It’s a free app for showing PowerPoints on the Apple tablet.

AngryOrange has grown Fruits Collector HD for the iPad. The $0.99 game challenges players to compete in a variety of colored fruit littered mini-games that have them racing against the clock to collect pairs from trees, keep falling fruits from touching the ground, and more.

Pulverizer is a new, free iPhone app involving the “art” of pumpkin smashing. Just in time for Halloween, this photo-altering app lets its users take photos of jack-o-lanterns other weapons.

Burn the Rope Worlds HD is now available on the iPad. The goal of the $2.99 game is to burn as much rope as possible without letting the flame burn out. Burn the Rope Worlds HD 1.0 includes 100 more levels, four different worlds, and a mini-game called Eternal Burn.

Realverus has published Mousey Howsee and the Rescuers 1.0, their first in an interactive series of e-books exclusively for the iPad. Recommended for children aged three and up, the $5.99 app has a storyline that changes according to the outside weather and the time of the day. User’s coordinates are tracked through location based service. Then software understands is it day or night, winter or summer and changes the user experience accordingly.

Crayola and Griffin have given us Paint & Create, a $2.99 painting app for the iPad.