Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Appogeum has announced Charades 1.0 free for iOS. It’s a Game Center enabled version of the classic party game for 2-4 online players. Charades 1.0 is available in a free, ad-supported version. An ad-free version costs US$1.99 for the iPad and $0.99 for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Blue Orange Games and HagerApps have released Sumoku 1.0 for iOS 5. Tiles numbered 1 to 9 in six colors are played on a crossword-style board. The goal is to play tiles in a vertical and horizontal arrangement so the newly created line is a multiple of a randomly chosen key number (3, 4 or 5). Sumoku is available in a free, ad-supported version. An ad-free version costs $3.99.
Carolyn D. Johnson has unveiled Harlem Travel Guide 1.0 for iOS. The travel app features more than 360 entries and 2,000 color photos of New York’s Harlem neighborhood. Harlem Travel Guide 1.0 is $2.99 ( and available worldwide exclusively through the free travel app, Sutro World, as an in-app purchase
Metal Sole Studio has introduced Joe Monkey Escapes 1.0, its new platform-puzzler for the iPad. In the $1.99 game, Joe Monkey and his friends are held captive by the evil Dr. Serious Lee. Players use Joe and his friends to solve over 50 levels of puzzles.
Unyqe has debuted Buzz Bieber 1.0, a free, multiplayer gaming title for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. Designed for Justin Bieber fans, users can invite a friend or play with random Bieber fans around the world.
ThroughView has presented Old Masters in 3D 1.0, an interactive 3D book title for the iPhone and iPad. The $4.99 app combines hand-crafted 3D conversions of famous paintings with background information.
XLabz Technologies has created ProInsights 1.0, a business tool for the iPad. The $9.99 app transforms the data from a LinkedIn profile into infographics.
Spin Island has given us the free iPad game Water Wars, which combines elements of classic pencil-flick paper game play and the graphics and animation possible on an iPad. The object is to attack and destroy your opponent’s aircraft and ships by swiping your finger quickly across the screen to draw an attack line. Your attack line must cross the center of the opponent’s ship or aircraft to destroy it.
Bald One Media has developed AppSketcher for the iPad. The $2.99 app’s goal is to help developers and enthusiasts alike conceptualize and begin to design their own apps.
ePig Games has unleashed ePig Monster Smasher 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch. n the free game you guide Eddie the pig around the treacherous Cemetery, Midnight, Halloween and Inferno worlds by rotating the levels themselves left or right. Then use gravity to smash as many evil creatures as you can — but make sure you land on their heads.
Kalenday 1.0 is a new calendar utility for the iPhone and iPad. The $1.99 app enables users to add events with flexible times such as “after work,” “starts 9 pm'” and more.
Davka Corporation has published Davka Coloring Blast, a Jewish coloring book for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The $2.99 app includes 105 Jewish-themed images, 40 colors, and multiple brushes, for children ages three and up.
My Secret Folder 2012 is a new, $0.99, iOS app designed to protect, hide and download your private photos and videos on an iPhone and iPod touch. Among its features is the “panic gesture,” which allows you to hide media by simple covering the screen with your hand.