Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Mobz Technologies has announced Screbl Pal 1.0 for the iPhone. The US$0.99 app is designed to help during a game of Scrabble or Wordfeud. Based on entered tiles, Screbl Pal searches an official SOWPODS or TWL list of over 276,000 English words for the best possible solutions. A complete dictionary is embedded in the app, so no Internet connection is required to find words.
Apptly has released Baldify 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 face modulation app helps users face their fear of hair loss by rendering them bald, using animated 3-D modeling. Their future-self will smile, blink, yawn, and react to their gestures.
Esther Naalden has launched Bo’s Bedtime Story for iOS. It’s a $1.99 story-game designed to help children 2-6 years old develop good bedtime habits. Children will help Bo the Giraffe, the playful main character, with his bedtime routine. The game is divided into 10 consecutive and interactive scenes reenforcing positive bedtime habits.
Pink Princess Games has introduced Princessy Cupcakes 1.0, a children’s game for iOS devices. This free app lets a child build a picture of their own cupcake, complete with patterned wrappers, multiple cupcake flavors, colorful icing, and sprinkles of their choice. Players can then share their creation with stuffed animals in the The Pink Princess Shop, or by saving it as a photo and sending it via text, email, or Facebook.
Mass Creation has debuted Slaughter: Bloody Stick Slayer 1.0 for iOS. In the $0.99 game the player’s role is to get rid of all sticks flicking them on deadly killing machines like saws, spikes, bayonets and other.
Technical Made Easy has presented Knit Counter Pro for the iPad. The $4.99 knitting app is designed to assist knitters keep track of project status and provide a repository of their patterns while on the go.
Randall Meyer has given us Mechcraft, a free action/adventure, real-time strategy game. It promises two campaigns, two races, several assault units, and over 30 hours of game play.
eFusion has served up eContact2 1.0 for iOS devices. It’s a $5.99 form designing app.
idig Co has created Amazing Zoo, an $4.99 iPad story book presenting animals from Africa to your children. The special animals of Amazing Zoo have unique interactive talents to draw pictures and play music with kids.
Mehrwert-Agentur Thomas oHG has served up Face-Mnemo 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This $5.99 digital memory trainer helps to associate names and faces with the right person. Mnemonic techniques are used in order to better memorize information.
EducationApps has published two Christmas Storybooks: “Nonsense Christmas Rhymes” and “Twelve Days of Christmas,” produced in collaboration with Oxford University Press. Within the free apps, children can tap “Read to me”‘ to have the entire book read to them or “I’ll read” to try and read the stories themselves; if they have difficulty at any time, they can simply tap a page to hear the narration.
Toto Publishing Studios has cooked up Candy Toy Phone 1.0 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The $0.99 game provides a way for kids to learn the numbers from 0 to 9. Each of these numbers is connected to the pronunciation for that number in Spanish and English. Children will also learn the spellings by viewing them on the viewer screen.
Giving gamers a new way to play with their food, Mezmo Media offers Chopstick Flick for the iPhone and iPad. The $0.99 app challenges players to slide their sushi rolls closer to the wasabi than their opponents.
XIMAD has announced Magic Puzzles for iOS. It’s a free app showcasing the work of photographer and baby clothes designer, Anne Geddes.
Author Ruth Maran has released “Learn Fast for Lion 1.0″ for the iPad. It’s a $4.99 guide to using Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion”). Topics can be marked as a favorite and easily accessed on the home page.
Oceanhouse Media has introduced Picture Me Christmas Cut for iOS. The $0.99 app lets parents incorporate a child’s photo into a story, making the child the main character.
Sami Ghawi has launched WeColor Christmas for the iPad. It’s a $0.99 interactive coloring book for all ages. It provides the user with the options to color images, draw new ones or import images to add special effects.
HoboSoft has debuted Rocky Isle for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. A number-based puzzle experience, the $1.99 game provides an alternative to classic numeric puzzle titles such as Sudoku.
Useful Tablet Apps has presented FitnessPlanner for the iPad. A stand-alone weight loss management system, the $1.99 tool provides health minded users with general exercise information, weight loss planning techniques, and nutritional guidelines.
DK has unleashed Tom Ang’s Digital Photography for the iPhone and iPod touch. Based on Ang’s book, “How to Photograph Absolutely Everything,” the US$4.99 app features 85 guides on how to photograph any subject or situation.