Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Nigel Green has announced One Way Out 1.0 for the iPad. The US$0.99 game supports the Retina display of the new iPad. One Way Out has 216 levels within 24 different themes. Playing as the mouse the object of the game is to solve each random maze, but to do this the player must first navigate a way to collect the cheese in order to open the mouse door. While attempting this, a cat is also searching the maze for them.
iTech Development Systems has released BizCard for iPad. The $0.99 app lets you digitally share and store your business cards. With BizCard. you can store as many cards as you want on your virtual card holder and create contacts in a single step.
Rite Aid has launched a free mobile app offering one-click prescription refill scanning, locations and features of the nearest Rite Aid stores, and weekly sale and promotion listings.
The Playforge has grown Tree World for iOS. Transporting players into a fantastical forest, players in the free game must nurture and grow their tree, to eventually become the home to an array of cute, collectible woodland-dwelling wildlife.
Zanzibook has published Lulu in Polynesia, an $1.99 interactive children’s book for iOS devices. The app is designed to teach children ages 3-10 all about the archipelago, while playing, reading, singing, listening, and taking part in activities on every page.
Rainbow Stories has trotted out Princess and Pony — Puzzle Game for Girls. It’s a $0.99 animated puzzle app that includes 30 illustrated jigsaw puzzle games.