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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for March 6


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

Daft Logic Studio has announced Dubstep Arena 1.0, its new online music streaming utility for iOS devices. The US$0.99 app lets you browse through list of greatest dubstep tracks (over 1,000 and counting), add them to custom playlists and share them with friends.

Bluespring has released AirCover, a new personal security app and location tool for iOS and Android devices. The free app is designed to protect users from loss, theft, viruses, malware and other threats to mobile devices.

9thQ Digital & Technology has introduced Big Gun for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The free combat game lets players fight against international gangs all over the world, Olayers can create their own characters, create avatars, and more.

Carl the Spider is a new, $0.99 iPhone game designed with a classic feel. You play as Carl, the rolling, jumping, and web-swinging spider, whose goal is to reach the door that leads to the next level. Carl the Spider comes with 60 levels at launch, split into two sets; The Grasslands and The Winterlands.

3D Methods has unveiled Cryptic Caverns 1.0, their second point and click style adventure title for iOS and Android devices. In this story driven, $0.99 adventure, players explore various environments located on a forgotten island. Players will pick up items, encounter characters, and solve puzzles that will bring them one step closer to uncovering the lost past of the island.

Asar Corporation has premiered Sticker Shock 1.0, a new iOS app for tracking the price inflation on items a user buys on a regular basis. With the $1.99 tool, you can add your own items, and start recording the prices you’re paying.

Cliqueyou has debuted Chess Opening Trainer 1.0, its new educational title for the iPad. In the $9.99 app, the user trains by playing the exact opening lines he/she wants to learn. The app records the move as the user plays the move. Chess Opening Trainer smartly plays the variations based on which move the user has the most difficulty learning or remembering.

Urban Design has presented iPlan myTime for iOS. The $1.99 app is designed to help you structure and organize your time by first operating within your working day and, second, by graphically representing your tasks on a simple editable timeline.

Palmlink has conjured up Magic Alliance for iOS. In the free social game, simulation strategy meets tower of defense gameplay.

Health Time Pro is a new, $0.99 fitness iPhone app for those who spend a lot of time sitting. It includes a 60-minute timer with a three-minute workout.

Over In The Meadow is now hitting the Apple App Store. Created by parents and kindergarten teachers, the $1.99 app focuses on both teaching and hand-eye coordination throughout the entire series of games.

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