Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Pixel Knights has announced Halloween Havoc, for iOS devices. In the free arcade adventure, you zoom over houses and towns on your broomstick.
PlaySnack has released Turtle World 1.0, a physics-based survival game for the iPhone and iPad. In the US$0.99 app, you join Frank the turtle in his adventure and help him survive the never-ending waves of angry enemies and travel through exotic locations as you unleash Frank’s newfound powers.
Smarty Ears has introduced Custom Boards for iOS devices. The $49.95 app designed to serve as a board and activity creation center for speech therapists, special education teachers, and parents of children who need symbols for learning and communicating.
Nexscience has launched Scan, Print & Fax 1.0, a business utility for iOS. Designed for individuals and small businesses, the $2.99 app turns your iPhone, iPad or iPod into a scanner, fax or an air printer in your pocket. Scan, Print & Fax lets you scan multi-page documents, convert documents to PDF, print it to any printer in your Wi-Fi network, email it to someone, post it to Google Docs or fax it to any fax number, directly from your iOS device.
Internet Design Zone has unveiled Coloring For Kids 1.0, a free coloring book app for iOS. In the app, a kid’s finger becomes the paintbrush. Coloring for Kids has nine categories with 100 images to choose from.
Soluble Apps has presented FAQ 1.0, a productivity utility for iOS devices. The $5.99 app is deigned to solve the problem of how to efficiently reply by email to all your customers’ most frequent questions, right from your mobile device. You can use it to hold answers to the most common questions you receive, along with reusable elements like opening and closing phrases, and supplemental information, including images or web links.
JixiPix Software has given us Rainy Daze 1.0 for the iPhone and iPad. The app lets you envelop your photos in a “soft mist’s romantic glow, wash your landscapes clean of imperfection, and bring drops of meaning, large and small, fast or smooth, to your personal expression.” The iPhone version costs $1.99; the iPad version is $2.99.
SilverWiz has developed SilverWiz for iPhone 1.0 for the iPhone. The $2.99 personal finance manager allows you to manage accounts, budgets, scheduled and recurring transactions. SilverWiz features OFX/QIF import, interactive reports, data sync, multi-currency support and 100-plus more features.
App Start has unleashed Pigs Might Fly 1.0 for iOS. In the $0.99 arcade game, Graham was a normal happy piglet living on the farm until he realized the farmer wants to turn him into sausages. Then he becomes the first pig with international aspirations and an intense desire to escape the farmers mincing machine. Your goal is to help Graham collect enough coins to travel across five continents.
Speedy Timer is a new, $0.99 timer for iOS devices. It has the ability to set and start a timer with just one gesture.
Avenza Systems has served up PDF Maps, PDF Maps, a free geospatial PDF reader for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that “introduces a modern approach to discovering the world for a new generation of digital trailblazers, explorers and map users in general.”