Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Andrew Winn has released My Gift Cards 1.0, a free new financial utility developed exclusively for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The free app is designed to help anyone track their gift card balances.
Artem Kantalinskiy has introduced Dualis 1.0 for iOS. The goal of the US$0.99 app is to remove all numbers from the original list. Remove the last number in a row and the first number in the next row if they are the same, or give 10 in sum.
Jdea has launched Piggy Woogy for iOS. It’s a $0.99, match-3 puzzler with added action elements.
Digital Oddities has unveiled Aspire Goals 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $4.99 app for setting and achieving goals through motivational analysis and goal visualization.
RC3 has premiered Joustin’ Beaver 1.0, a single-player arcade-style adventure game for iOS and Android devices. The $0.99 app allows Justin Bieber fans to help their favorite pop star poke fun at the paparazzi.
Creative App Design has debuted IFLIPchart, a virtual flipchart and whiteboard app for the iPad. The $0.99 app was developed specifically for making notes and drawings in either the portrait view or the landscape view.
Curatus Technocorp has unleashed The Candy Monster 1.0 for the iPhone and iPd touch. In the $0.99 game, you help the little monster, Yum Yum, get candy by looking for secret objects to complete the levels in the app.
24x7digital has presented TeachMe: 2nd Grade 1.0, the fourth installment in the TeachMe series of education apps for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The $0.99 application teaches age-appropriate subjects to second grade children: addition, subtraction, sight words, and spelling.
Developed by DS Apps the new MyGuardianAngel 1.0 for iOS gives a person the ability to call 911 with the push of one button while simultaneously sending a message to each emergency contact stating that 911 was just called along with the location of the event. The concept of the the $0.99 app is to get a person the most help possible with the push of one button.
Richard Wilson has given us Elicity, a YouTube client app for the iPad. Instead of paging through hundreds of thumbnail images of videos, the $1.99 app lets you explore YouTube by scrolling, pinching and zooming on the word clouds created by Elicity from video keywords.
Inupgames has rolled out a Pokemon related application for OS devices called Rate My Poke Plush. With the $0.99, you can rate, comment, upload and enjoy Pokemon Plushies.
JeTap has developed IWGuide for Netflix 1.0 for the iPad, a free magazine style app that lets you discover what’s new on the Netflix Instant Watch U.S.A. service. With IWGuide, iPad users simply flip pages like a regular magazine to view a quick summary of each title available.