Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Listen Technologies has announced a free iOS app for the Americans with Disabilities Act Assistive Listening Standards. The ADA Compliance Assistive Listening Calculator is a complete tool set for understanding and calculating your facility requirements to meet the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
Little Dog has released Cost Watch 1.0 for iOS, an US$0.99 app for running monitor meeting costs. Using a digital stop watch interface, it shows the running totals for the time and personnel cost of an event, alerting the watchers with color and sound when time and cost limits are reached.
ZealTopia Interactive has introduced Invisible Me 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. In the $0.99 game, you will have to help Puru and his friends, who are trapped inside nasty dungeons, to be able to escape.
Cobalt Techno has debuted iDB 1.0 — Database Management, an iOS app that allows the user to create custom databases from a template by duplicating an existing database, by importing a CSV file, or by starting from scratch. iDB 1is available at the special introductory price of $4.99 until Dec. 8 when it will be $5.99.
Naboo has presented iVigilo Video Suite 1.0, an iOS app that offers enhanced HD recording, live video broadcasting and real-time image processing of HD video images on a camera-equipped iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. The $1.99 app also enables users to create HD time-lapse recordings such as an incoming thunderstorm or the evolution of a remodeling project.
Artem Lapitski has presented Repeat Time Pro 1.0, a $1.99 replacement for the iPhone Clock app timer. You can use it as a household timer for cooking, studying and work, an exercise timer for interval training and timed repetitions, a meditation and yoga timer with gong and chime sounds and more.
Our House Interactive has given us Finger Math 1.0, an educational game for the iPad devices. It’s a $0.99 ducational game where you find out how to become a human calculator. Finger Math uses an abacus-like finger counting method called “chisenbop.” With this method it’s possible to display all numbers from 0 to 99 with both hands.
Kdan Mobile has developed PDF Connoisseur, an iPad mobile reading app. The $9.99 tool offers file viewing features and also supports professional functions that cater to suit business needs.
Zeode Software Design has served up myGiftList, a $0.99 gift planning app for the iPhone. It lets users keep track of gift lists and events. A comprehensive database keeps gifts and ideas, stores and prices, purchase statuses, order and tracking numbers, images, links, and more in one location. A bookmarklet feature allows users to browse the web on their devices and send pages directly to myGiftList to be added automatically as gifts.
BasyBoyApps has rolled out Social Feeds 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app merges your news feeds from Facebook and Twitter into a single color coded feed. Social Feeds is on sale for a limited time at $0.99 for the iPhone/iPod touch version and $1.49 for the iPad version.
Big Bad Flower has grown on the iOS platform. The $1.99 game has you battling creatures such as squirrels, rabbits, giant robots, aliens, and more. Each new level brings on a slew of earthly creatures to battle.
KidsAndBeyond has published Viewpoints: The Blue Jackal and the Lion 1.0, for iPad. The $1.99 interactive app allows users to explore multiple perspectives of the same story.