Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
FT Apps has announced Save the Balloon exclusively for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The US$1.99 app tells the story of Charlie, who lost his balloon in the park. The balloon flew to the mountains and now he needs to get it back.
Joy Aether has released Area Aid Design Project — JDP 1.0 for the iPad, a joint project with Japan Institute of Design Promotion. The free appwas developed specifically to support and promote manufacturing, design and creative enterprises in Tohoku and Ibaraki prefecture.
Bohemia Touch has introduced Letter Mix 1.0, a word gaming title for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. The object of the free game is to reorganize and unscramble the letters on the screen to form an actual word.
Snow Day Apps has launched Word Ninja Deluxe 1.0 for iOS. In the $0.99 word game you use ninja-like speed to slash letters as they are tossed on to the screen. Create words to score points and add time to the clock. Each letter has its own point value and the longer the word the greater the multiplier.
Selectsoft, has unveiled Bible Word Search! 1.0 for iOS. The $1.99 app lets you expand your Bible vocabulary with a word search twist. You can practice your Bible knowledge with puzzles in categories such as the Ten Commandments, Prophets, Beatitudes, and more.
AcronymSoup has premiered Panda Game 1.0 for iOS. Its a $0.99 puzzle game played on a 7 x 9 grid, which requires players to think in advance to solve the puzzle. The panda must reach the exit square, and he can find his way to most empty squares by moving one square at a time, horizontally or vertically. Some squares contain obstacles, which force him to go around, if possible.
Pictosoft has debuted Shinobi ZIN for iOS, a skill, puzzle and strategy game where players endeavor to become ninja warriors. The goal of the $2.99 app is to sneak into a castle and find a hidden treasure while circumventing obstacles, avoiding traps, solving puzzles, and defeating dangerous enemies.
Beach-Rak Medicine has rolled out its next installment of the Master Diagnostician Series to help educate medical students and health care professionals. The free app is designed to give physicians and medical students a new tool in treating one of the most common, but deadly conditions hospitalized patients face.
Alexcel has created StagePage 1.0 for iOS. The free music app offers a way to capture, save, and share the experience of attending a live concert as a virtual collage, memory page.
Starios Games has developed Rock-a-Tac 1.0 for iOS. The free game combines the strategy and tactics of both Rock-Paper-Scissors and Tic-Tac-Toe.
Digital Tales has presented Battleloot Adventure for iOS. The $0.99 game sets players on a voyage through a series of comical, fantastical regions to the thriving core of wealthy Kameloot. Charged with hiring an alliance of satirical mercenaries who willingly serve one of four legendary cities, players battle rival soldiers of fortune.
Ron Rockwell, certified repair technician and Marcus Roskosch, independent developer have teamed up for Repair Database for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $4.99 app contains more than 100,000 repair solutions for everyday electronics.
To showcase the beauty and mystery of the Amazon rainforest, author Dr. Francisco Ritta Bernardino and photographer Leonide Principe have published “Ariau Amazon Towers,” their latest book for the iPhone and iPad. A limited version of book is free. For a limited time, an in-app purchase is available for $2.99 that includes the full book, containing over 300 images.
The Einstein’s Puzzle is a new, free iOS game. It’s a logic riddle that consists of 15 clues.
If you want to sell or give away your iPad you should definitely erase all personal data. The new ProtectStar iShredder Pro HD ($4.99) will overwrite the free storage space of the device up to 50 times with random patterns. According to the guidelines of the military and intelligence services this is sufficient to destroy the original information completely.