Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (

Touchnote has announced an iPad app for sharing photos as real postcards. The company also announced a holiday promotion, reducing the price of each postcard to US$0.99 when purchasing a 15-credit pack.

Monkey Prism has released Bugs and Dolls for iOS, an interactive sound box application. It features a Thanksgiving sound board to celebrate the upcoming holiday. The basic version of Bugs and Dolls includes an Animals level, and is available for free. Three other levels (Dollhouse, Bugs, and Camping) can be unlocked through an in-app purchase of $1.99, as well as a Thanksgiving level for $0.99.

Pleasant Software has introduced iFlares 1.0 for iOS. The $2.99 utilities app calculates where and when Iridium flares can be viewed from any location on Earth. Iridium flares are phenomena caused by the polished antennas of the Iridium communication satellites reflecting sunlight on to the Earth below and appearing as a brief, bright “flare.” The app features a visual navigation mode, which indicates through the camera viewer the exact compass heading, altitude, and time to see the flare.

Yktyk has unveiled yktyk 1.0 for the iPhone. The $0.99 app turns your words into acronyms for you to text Tweet, share on Facebook or drop into conversation.

eFusion has debuted AudioPost 1.0, their new social networking application for iOS. The $1.99 app gives Facebook users single tap sharing for voice memos or songs into their profile. With its included built-in voice recorder, Facebook users can record and upload voice memo instantly. AudioPost also supports importing audio files from email attachments as well as iTunes file sharing over USB.

Panorama Concepts has presented My World Translator. It’s a $0.99 app that lets you translate any sentence or phrase into any one of58 destination languages. Features include text-To-speech functionality, access to MyBook for a set of commonly-used english phrases, history search for recently used expressions or translations, and more.

Silicon Beach Software has published Rumpelstiltskin HD, its first an interactive storybook for iOS devices. Developed exclusively for children three to eight years of age, Rumpelstiltskin HD is the classic Grimm Brothers fairy tale featuring 3D graphics and 360 degree viewing in every scene. It’s being offered at an introductory price of $1.99 for a limited time.

P-O-M Games has rolled out Spin The Nut 1.0.1, a $0.99, physics-based puzzle game for iOS devices. It introduces the adventure of Azoo the squirrel. As summer ends, and winter approaches, Azoo must gather as many nuts together for the cold months ahead. Your goal is to guide the nut to Azoo, and also to collect three golden nuts in every level within the time limit. The faster you collect the nuts, the better your score will be.