Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Six Foot Games has announced Match Trek Arcade 1.0, its second game in the Match Trek series for iOS devices. The free app combines the matching games with time-based action, allowing players to beat their own times, race the clock and challenge their friends.
Rory Buckley has released i-Relax for the iPhone. The US$0.99 app offers an approach to visual relaxation via nature videos and is designed to reduce stress levels by helping people relax and”get away” for a few moments.
WYSIWYG Designs has introduced The Dating Game 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 relationship building app provide a large database of questions, and allows you to add your own questions and create a tailored list to reflect your personality. Additionally, with the use of Facebook, Twitter, text and email you can also build relationships with your friends and family, as well as your date.
OneButtonJoypad has launched Doodle Nuke for iOS. It’s a free “doodle popping” game.
Wallit has unveiled WallitApp 1.0, its free new geo-social augmented reality application for iOS devices. The app enables people to create and exchange multi-media messages on virtual walls located around the world.
AppScraft has premiered Logical Piano 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $1.99 music learning app.
Racoon Digital Technology has given us Pictures Mania HD 2 v1.0 for iPad. It’s a $199, “spot the difference” game with 100 levels and three modes of play.
Zuuka, along with HarperCollins Children’s Books, has debuted the Meet Biscuit app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes and Noble NOOK Color and NOOK Tablet. The $2.99, interactive iStoryTime Biscuit book app features animations and sound effects to engage young readers and promote improved literacy.
Hu Yong Jie and Nguyen Tan Hon has presented Visual Talks 1.0, an iOS app for tutorial, lesson and presentation creators. It’s a $3.99 video tutorial from the creation to the publication of your video.
WebMD Health Corp, a source of health information, has published “WebMD the Magazine” for the iPad. The free app offers the latest health information from WebMD.
Timmy Sweetie is a new, $0.99 iPhone game. The goal is to try to eat all the sweets without eating Timmy Sweetie. Tap the sweets to eat them.