Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
CMG Labs has announced Squishy Halloween 1.0, a free Halloween theme of their Squishy Fruit app for iOS. The Squishy Halloween theme “provides greater variety and thrill while getting users into the Halloween spirit.”
Portegno Apps has released Robots Activity Cards 1.0, an interactive children’s app for the iPad. Designed for kids age three and above, the US$1.99 application helps children learn about robots and their world. It features a combination of different activities, such as puzzles, “find it” games, “create your scene,” stickers and more.
Steinberg Media has introduced LoopMash HD 1.0, the iPad version of their music creation tool. The $11.99 app is aimed at music aficionados, DJ’s and party goers that want to create music on the iPad screen. LoopMash includes more than 250 audio loops.
Realtech VR has uneiled The Amazing Fortune Teller 3D for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The app (free, with in-app upgrades available) offers a free daily fortune, using real-time 3D graphics and a prediction engine.
Created by three former “Nickelodeon Magazine” editors and cartoonist Travis Nichols, Comixer Zombies 1.0 for iPad is a game, a puzzle, and a creative tool all in one. Targeted to kids ages 9-13, it lets them create their own funny zombie comics. Players “mix” cartoon panels to create their own zombie stories, the way a deejay mixes tracks to make a new song. Comixer Zombies is being offered at 50% off ($0.99) for a limited time.
iStoryTime has published the Puss In Boots storybook for iPhone and iPad. The $2.99 interactive app featuresl in-story activities based on the new animated film.
Softgadgets has unleashed Hungry Apes 1.0, a $0.99 arcade game for iOS devices. In the app Johnny the gorilla is hungry and he found a place where food is falling from the sky. You’ll have to be fast to eat some of the bananas without getting fried by the alien machines.
Pi’ikea St. has driven out Memory Train 1.0 for iOS devices, a children’s education game focused on memory training through motion. In the app, you hop on the train with Spacey the elephant and help him focus his memory while on the way to the circus. Memorize the characteristics of objects passing by and recall them to earn stars, badges, and peanuts. Memory Train offers four player slots. It’s being offered at 50% off ($0.99) for a limited time.
Just in time for Halloween, 32 Leap has scared up Rockin Grim HD 1.0 for the iPad. Features include scary voice talk back functionality and more than 6 fun and frightening guitar tricks. Rockin Grim 1.0 is on sale now through Halloween for $0.99 with the option to unlock all guitar moves and remove ads for $0.99.
Rolocule Games has served up Flick Tennis: College Wars, a 3D tennis RPG for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 game features comic-book style story-telling, flick controls, motion-captured animations, head to head multiplayer, doubles, realistic physics, and AI with real-life tennis playing styles, several tennis courts and a variety of players to choose from.
Impressive Technology has given us Smart Words Free 1.0 a free social word-puzzle experience for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It challenges players to go head-to-head in a battle of word creation.
Brandon Abbott has created Vampify 1.0 for iOS devices. The $0.99 app’s photo and video technology allows the user to turn any ordinary photo into a vampire. You can then make your vampire photo talk along with your own voice, record and create a video, and upload it all to Facebook or Twitter feeds.
Worldwide Products has developed MyFatPig for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The $0.99 game gives users the chance to win real coupons that can be used for deals on tech gear at www.myfatpig.com. The challenge is getting a pig around levels to eat plants and collect coins all while keeping away from a crazy farmer out to destroy your potbellied friend.
iDevelopersLab has given us PhotoAdjust for iPad 2. The $4.99 photo adjustment editor lets you use built-in RGB Curves editor with special channel mixing feature. You can edit channels separately or together. You can adjust red, green and blue image channels, have real time preview, load images and photos from your SLR cameras and more.