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

X1fusion has announced Heroes of Pelegrin 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Players can enjoy the game alone, taking on a specific role in a virtual group, or use the multiplayer function to play with a group of friends, each person bearing one game character’s role. Pelegrin 1.0 is free with in-app purchases available for US$2.99.

Omenaboksi has released a new game for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. In Cauldron & Critters (US$0.99), a physics based puzzle game with RPG elements, the players will take the role of a tired hedgehog, who’s forest has been invaded by a noisy group of critters. Players will use a boiling cauldron as a cannon to drive the critters out of the forest, while simultaneously collecting experience points to upgrade the cauldron for even more destruction.

PhotoJoy has unveiled PhotoJoy+ for the iPad and iPhone. The free app is designed to help “people discover, share and enjoy digital photographs on their mobile device in new and exciting ways.”

Avaya has launched Avaya Flare Communicator for iPad tablets. The free app provides mobile workers with unified communications and collaboration capabilities over both Wi-fi and 3G networks.

Ntractive has debuted Elements CRM for iPad. Ntractive is the makers of Elements CRM, the CRM cloud solution for Mac businesses. Elements CRM for iPad is free, but requires a subscription to Element CRM and a subscription to Elements CRM Mobile. Small business pricing starts at 24.95/user/month.

Code Parable has introduced Helpful Romantic for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $0.99 app offers ideas for gifts, dates and romantic gestures.

ERTV has served up Operation R.U.M. 1.0, an iOS app. In the $0.99 brain teasing puzzle game, the pirates have lost their rum. So now they are too thirsty to think and need your help to get to the rum bar.

Zuuka, publishers of the iTalk and iStoryTime interactive storytelling apps, along with HarperCollins Children’s Books, have published Biscuit’s Valentine’s Day for iOS, the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes and Noble Nook Color and Nook Tablet. The $3.99 ebook features animations and sound effects on every page.

2XL MX Offroad has raced onto the iPod, iPhone and iPad. The $4.99 racing game combines 2XL’s hit games Supercross and ATV Offroad into one offroad racing experience where players can compete in Supercross and Outdoor National races or catch air and pull off combo tricks in freestyle competitions.

Feed the Monster has been unleashed on the iPad. In the $2.99 game, players can players can create their own monsters and interact with them.

Now celebrating its 75th anniversary, Dr. Seuss’s first children’s book, “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” it’s available an interactive omBook (Oceanhouse Media digital book) for $2.99.