Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
GreatCall — which specializes in wireless services that enable its customers to stay connected, safe and healthy — has announced GreatCall’s 5Star Urgent Response application for iPhone users on iTunes. This is GreatCall’s second app for the iPhone as the company continues to make its portfolio of award-winning health and safety applications available to smartphone users. The app is available for US$14.99 per month with no contracts or cancellation fees.
OMGmode Software has released The Body HD, an interactive medical reference utility for the iPad. The $4.99 app features four different system of the human body, including the brain system, the heart system, the respiratory system and the digestive system. Each comes with diagrams showing the systems and descriptions of the organs of every system.
OmNom Apps has introduced Scribblr 1.0, a drawing game for iOS devices. The free app combines drawing with how well players know their friends. Users are prompted to draw a variety of things about themselves. Scribblr features posting to Facebook, the option to tag friends, saving to library, multiple colors to draw with, and line-smoothing. Players are also able to earn points and achievements within the application.
Sunfish Studio has launched Galaxy Pirate Adventure 1.0 for iOS. In the $4.99 game, players are the son of the Galaxy Pirate King, who teaches them skills to prey on vessels traveling through space. The RPG features 44 cuts cenes and over 40 hours of gameplay with two different pirate kingdoms.
Rainbow Waterfalls is a new puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod touch. In the $0.99, the player must use objects at his disposal to collect the water in the correct beaker.