Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Insanity has announced P90X for the iPhone. The US$49.99 app is designed to complement the DVD program for users of the P90X exercise program. The P90X App provides access to the P90X Fit Test as well as Ab Ripper X Guided Workouts for free. Individual P90X Guided Workouts such as Plyometrics, Legs & Back, and Core Synergistics can be purchased for $6.99 each or in a bundle of the five resistance workouts for $29.99. Or you can purchase the complete 12-Workout Bundle within the app for $59.99.
Power App has released CAS Calc P11 1.0 for the iPad. The $11.99 app provides computer algebra system capabilities, and is comparable to Maple and the TI 89/92. Designed for use by students and academics, the app includes 1,200 mathematical functions, graphs up to 10 functions in one plot, provides two sizes of QWERTY keyboard.
Pink Zombie Studios today introduces Ski Dude 1.0, their new action-arcade game for iOS devices. Ski Dude is a fun skiing game where you navigate the skier, the eponymous Ski Dude, over ski jumps, and through obstacles, while trying to pick up gifts that increases your overall score. Ski Dude can be played either using on-screen left and right control buttons or by using the built-in accelerometer where you move the device to control the Ski Dude.
CalPhone is a new $4.99 organizer for event, task and notes management for the iPhone. It offers data manipulation with day, week and month view for events, tasks and notes.
Foodily has cooked up a free iPhone app that offers recipes from around the web that folks have liked, cooked and recommended.
Tharle Games has launched Smasher for the iPhone. Your goal in the free game is to defend your food from the various flies that try to grab and fly away with it.
Robot Roadies has unleashed Robot Roadies 1.0, their debut app for iOS devices. Set to a hard rock soundtrack, the $0.99 gives users the chance to join a “hell-raising rock band” and play the part of Randy, a mechanical member of the road crew tasked with collecting the many indulgent and often bizarre items commonly demanded by rock bands.
Roe has debuted Doodlecast for Kids for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices. The $1.99 app records real-time video as kids draw, capturing the story behind their pictures. It comes with more than 20 drawing prompts.
Double Apps has presented Creativity 1.0 for iOS, a $9.99 guide based on the book “The Business Playground: Where Creativity and Commerce Collide,” by Dave Stewart and Mark Simmons. This multi-media experience app includes the full-color book, an audio narration, numerous interactive features and games designed to spark your creativity.
Duckcube has created Zack Splat 1.0 for iOS devices. In the free app, apprentice magician Zack has animated some creatures to help around the tower. Zack’s creatures splat anything they hit, but always wait for Zack before they move. You swipe, tap and magically twirl to move.
Apalon has served up Calculator Pro for iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 appincludes a collection of unique skins for the calculator, features standard and scientific modes and offers additional skin packs.