Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Apperitif has announced Favomatic for the iPad. The free app provides an interface to create and manage launch-buttons for your favorite websites and apps.
Simple Tree has released Presidential Election 2012, a free election coverage app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Presidential Election 2012 provides continuous updates of the latest political developments in the U.S. with candidate bios, the latest news and a calendar of important political events. Users can share important events from the primary calendar with their friends and can access Twitter feeds to follow candidate’s tweets.
Power App has introduced Orbalus 1.0 for iOS. In the US$0.99 game players control magic orbs that each generate different shock waves. The game is set in an ancient temple and gameplay is quite unlike other orb games. Players can’t move orbs directly, but must touch activate the properties of different orbs to send the chosen orb rolling into the goal. Gameplay is strategic, as orbs interact differently, and players must collect particular orbs to win.
Green Cloud has premiered iGlasses, a free photo editing app for iOS devices. It gives users the opportunity to turn ho-hum photos into funny keepsakes. It presents users with a selection of 100 pairs of cartoon “glasses” that can be applied to photos saved on the iOS device, or taken within the application. Virtual glasses can be repositioned horizontally and vertically, angled, and resized in order to achieve a perfect fit.
Emobi Games has unveiled The MarbleZ for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 re-imagining of the classic arcade game of the same name. It challenges players to keep their game grid from filling up with marbles by moving them around, lining them up into rows of three or more, and eliminating them.
SpeakWithDoc has debuted the SpeakWithDoc mobile physician-patient connection system onto the iOS and Android platforms. The free system consists of dual applications — a client app that enables patients to securely connect with doctors, and a provider app built to enable physicians to help patients and securely connect with health care colleagues on the go.