Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Demografix has announced Ghost Type for the iPad. It’s an US$3.99 typing tutor app that allows users to create typing lessons with content to suit individual children or students, while using a “ghosting” keyboard.
Intersog has released Picflick for the iPad. It’s a free, one-stop photo sharing, editing, and storage shop that lets users tap directly into their online accounts to download, upload, and organize pictures, and create customized photo albums.
Rocha Software has launched Magic Message, an tool for sending text messages on the iOS platform. Using the $0.99 app, iOS users can send text messages with colors, textures, shadows, glows and reflections.
Touch Foo has unveiled Swordigo for iOS. The $1.99 game sends players on an epic journey to run, jump and fight their ways through a vast world in a quest to defeat the spreading corruption. The players will use swords and magic spells to fight off enemies and to gain experience to level up their characters.
Infinite Wheel has rolled out Jumbo Jets 1.0 for iOS. In the $1.99 game you run your own airline and try to avoid those delays.
21st Street Games has unleashed Nyan Cat Adventure 1.0, for iOS. The $0.99 game features “the most popular Internet cat of all time.”
Vestram Software has debuted Fruit Rumble for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $0.99 game puts the user in the middle of a food fight where the food fights back. The attackers in the game are hordes of hungry bugs. The heroes consist of several pieces of anthropomorphic fruit, which the user controls with tapping and swiping gestures.
Giffen Solutions, a health information network company founded by physicians, has premiered MedXVault, a free patient portal and iPhone app that allows patients not only to store and continuously update their personal health profiles, but also to communicate directly with their doctors.
Adv Webbing has grown Vegetable Samurai 3D Pro 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99 Samurai action game where players must use a single stroke of their sword to cut in two multiple vegetables tossed into the air.
Oceanhouse Media has published the “Dr. Seuss Beginner Book Collection #2” for iOS devices. The $11.99 collection contains five classic Dr. Seuss titles for young readers.