Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
YFactory has announced A Verse A Day 1.0 — Start of a Beautiful Day for iOS. The app — available for US$0.99 for a limited time — delivers a new Bible verse every morning plus special verses in four different categories for any time of day.
DevelopersLab has released Camera Cinema for the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. Now you can take photos with glossy photo effect like in most movies. Camera Cinema costs $2.99 for the iPhone 4S version and $5.99 for the iPad 2 version.
Creanncy has introduced Image Edit Pro for the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. It’s a photo editor with a native iOS interface with both landscape and portrait interface orientations supported. Image Edit Pro costs $2.99 for the iPhone 4S version and $4.99 for the iPad 2 version.
PixelMat has launched Giddy Ghost and Whimsical Witch 1.0, a comical adventure developed exclusively for the iPad. The $0.99 app features an interactive story with hand-drawn art, music, narration and lots of special effects.
Umodo has debuted Lava Luau 1.0 ($0.99) and Lava Luau Lite 1.0 (free) for iOS devices. In the games, you embrace the power of the Lava Lord and bring devastation to the unworthy villagers.
Heyalda in collaboration with David Welch has presented the iOS game Smash Turtle Halloween ($0.99). As Smash Turtle, you must defend your baby turtle eggs until they hatch by using a bungee sling and your hard turtle shell to bash into enemies before they fly off with your precious eggs.
Heyalda has also rolled out Snow Rally 2012, their truck racing game for iOS devices. Features of the $0.99 game include a level builder, real-time multi-player, a GPS map of each track, beginner tracks, advanced tracks, and extreme tracks.
Duck Duck Moose has given us Puzzle Pop 1.0, a puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod touch. Designed for children ages three and up, the $1.99 app includes 27 levels of animated puzzles.
James Shaw has brewed up Coffee Finder! 1.0 for theiPhone and iPod touch. Fancy a coffee but don’t know where the nearest Coffee Shop is? You can use the $0.99 app to find coffee shops around your current GPS location.
Dinoroar Interactive has unleashed Havoc for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The $0.99 game throws players into the shoes of one of three monsters and challenges them to stomp past level after level of boulder throwing, rocket smashing carnage on a quest to find their baby.
Zuuka, via its publishing label iStoryTime, has published “Five Little Pumpkins,” an $9.99 interactive iBook for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It brings Dan Yaccarino’s illustrations to life in this rhyming favorite of parents, teachers and kids alike.
Purple Pepper Productions has rolled out Joker Dice 1.0, their debut app for iOS devices. It’s a $2.99 game in which the object is to keep the board clear of dice by maneuvering the dice into active chains of matching numbers.
SKH Apps has given us Evil Quiz 1.0, their new puzzler app for iOS devices. The free app has 100 levels of brainteasing questions and riddles.
Blazis Entertainment has created Tac Nayn: Demolition Nayn 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 casual game features Nyan Cat’s enemy, the dark side of the nyan cat, who is the most evil creature of the universe, who is here and ready to demolish anything in its way.
Furball Fever — Alien Furballs Attack are now assaulting the earth and we need defenders to beat back the onslaught. In the $0.99 game, the player must defend the earth from hordes of attacking alien furballs and battle the mothership in the final scene.
Hungry Sumo, a puzzle arcade game, has lumbered onto the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The $0.99 game challenges players to feed and grow their sumo wrestlers in order to make them big and strong enough to defeat their opponent and prevent them from converting their sumos over to the enemy team.