Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
YFactory has announced Hello Pettle 1.0 for iOS. The USS$0.99 education app for small children that features 18 animals that move and make sounds when touched or pressed, and play with small balls when shaken.
For neXtSoft has released BattleBog 1.0, a word game for iOS devices. The $2.99 app features multiple game modes with leaderboards, and a head-to-head mode allowing two players to play against one another via Bluetooth and the Game Center.
Mercury Learning Systems has introduced Super Flash Accelerated Learning Games for Children 1.0 — Animal Kingdom. It’s a whole-brain, speed learning for kids. Super Flash Accelerated Learning Games for Children 1.0 — Animal Kingdom is free, though optional extras require an in-app purchase of $1.99.
TinkR’ Labs has launched Lakota Toddler, its educational app developed exclusively for iOS devices. It includes flash cards and a game for children to become familiar with the Lakota language. Lakota Toddler is free, though more lessons, games and other features will be available soon as in-app purchases.
Continuous Integration has premiered RPS Rumble 1.0, their first puzzler for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The free app offers 140 puzzles across seven different puzzle packs, four levels of difficulty, as well as OpenFeint and Game Center support.
Kerner Applications has debuted a collection of photographs of some of the world’s “big cats” sized for your iPhone or iPad, allowing you to set them as your wallpaper or lock screen image. The $0.99 app sports lions, tigers, leopards, white tigers and more.
Kerner Applications has rolled out Steam Trains, a collection of preserved, heritage locomotive photographs, sized and optimized for the iPhone and iPhone. With the $0.99 app, you can style your iDevice with one of the photographs of the UK’s preserved heritage locomotives.
Zuuka, publishers of the iTalk and iStoryTime interactive storytelling apps, today released the first-ever digital version of The SmurfsClassic Series storybooks for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The stories have been optimized for iOS and feature animations and sound effects on every page for a more interactive storytime experience, including the ability to add the reader’s voice for personalized narration. The Smurfs Classic Series offers The Giant Smurf, the first book within the series, for free. Each additional book is available for $2.99 each via in-app purchase. The stories are also available on the iBookstore for $2.99 each and include a free preview.
ShopAdvisor, a shopping app for the iPhone, is now available on the iPad for free. With ShopAdvisor consumers browse through products, get prices and product details, and keep “watch” over them until they’re ready to buy.
Seamless, a mobile and online service for ordering delivery and takeout food from more than 8,000 top restaurants in the US and UK, has cooked up a free iPad app that allows existing and new members to tap and swipe their way to ordering delivery and takeout, anytime and anywhere.