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

Liger Games has announced Robot Fish 1.0, its debut path drawing game for iOS devices. In the US$0.99 app, puzzle elements combine with gesture-based gameplay, as players guide Nashwan the Robot Fish to find the fastest route around mazes, energy fields and evil mines.

Creanncy has released Pocket Resume Pro 1.0 for the iPad. The $0.99 business solution lets you create, update and send a resume.

Oofsource Ou has introduced Flychaser for iOS. In the $0.99 game, users have to find their path around obstacles, avoid evil swamp creatures and pick up power ups while chasing various species of delicious flies in an attempt to become the Best Fly Chaser in the world.

Math: Flowers for Mommy is a new, $0.99 tilt game and educational app in one. It’s designed to help kids learn math addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The game has 12 math levels.

Naboo has launched iVigilo Smartcam+ 1.0 for Apple’s camera equipped iDevices. The free app tuns the device into an expandable mobile camera security system. iVigilo Smartcam+ broadcasts a live video stream from the iDevice camera that can be viewed with all common browsers on any computing or mobile platform. Once a motion is detected or a face is recognized, iVigilo Smartcam+ can send out an alert with the key frame picture via Mail or Twitter.

HireVue has unveiled the free HireVue app for the iPad and iPhone. It helps companies accelerate recruiting and improve their candidate experience, enabling candidates to complete digital interviews at their convenience using iDevices.
Internet Design Zone has debuted Puzzles Train For Kids 1.0, its educational game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Developed specifically for kids of the age group 3-6 years, the free app allows users to go on a train ride to play simple picture puzzles and practice their first words at the same time.

Big Paua has presented IfAlarm 1.0, an alarm and reminder solution for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The $1.99 allows the user to set alarms not just by times but by real world conditions.