Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Emerson App Development has announced Opposite Test: Holidays 1.0, the sequel to the original Opposite Test for the iPhone and iPod touch. The US$0.99 quiz app features questions that all relate to the holiday season.
Demansol Software Solutions has released Skiing Penguin 1.0 for the iPad. In the $0.99 game, Little Penguin is all alone on its way to cover a long journey. With your help, this little penguin can and does fly through “super wings.”
PBS Kids has launched its first augmented reality app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Available for free, Fetch! Lunch Rush uses the camera on iPhone or iPod touch to overlay computer-generated graphics on top of the physical, real-world environment. It’s designed to teach kids ages six to eight math skills addition and subtraction by “blending the virtual and real world into a truly engaging experience.”
This Day in Music Apps has introduced This Day in Pink Floyd for iOS. The $2.99 app includes info on the band’s activities for every day of the year, including concert information, studio recording dates, TV performances, dates of album releases and more.
Trinix3 has debuted Lords 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch devices. It’s a free massive multiplayer online role-playing game in which users get a chance to climb their way to becoming a wealthy lord with land, armies and subjects under their command. There are plenty of quests to complete along the way. Players raise armies, build fortresses, hire real players, make alliances against rival Lords, experience a true market economy, and more.
Art & Mobile has presented SuperAlbum 1.0 for iOS device. The $0.99 photo management app enables users to browse all their pictures. It manages multiple photo services in one and supports connections to Twitpic, Facebook, Instagram, 500px, Tumblr, and others. You can display all images with a default iPhone album-like interface and experience.
Panorama Concepts has rolled out Personal Budget Planner, a $0.99 budgeting app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. You can input and track your expenses and see your transactions organized in an animated graphical analysis.
Jobson Internet Solutions (JIS), an Internet marketing and e- business consulting group, has given us EyeTrends. It’s a free iPhone, iPad and Android mobile app used to search, try-on, and geo-locate eyeglass and sunglass styles.
Jack Templeton has created Jack’s Rosters, a $0.99 app that provides users with all 120 Division I college football team rosters and schedules, as well as 13,152 player profiles.
Hello Vino is a new, free app to help shoppers with wine selection at retail. It recommends the perfect type of wine for a meal, specific occasions, or by personal taste preferences. Shoppers install the app and answer a few easy questions to receive specific recommendations for the perfect bottle of wine.
eMusic has announced eMusic Scenes, a free iPad app. It offers a visual, audio and editorial experience that includes original in-depth articles, artist imagery, videos, song samples and corresponding eMusic Radio programs.