Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
iHelpNYC has announced Chem Pro for iPad. The free app is designed to teach chemistry and features a lesson library containing a total of 80 videos that cover the entire course of AP and General Chemistry, nine sets of flash cards, and four tools — a periodic table, a molar mass calculator, a unit converter, and an equation sheet.
Kdan Mobile has released a iPhone photo tool called Pocket Snapper — Virtual Studio and iModel. The US$1.99 app creates a virtual studio with real models in users’ iDevices and utilizes the gyroscope to simulate the authentic photo-taking experience.
Holderness Media has introduced Waviary 1.0 for iPad devices. The $0.99, interactive musical artwork is part instrument, part generative ambient music machine, and part virtual wind chimes.
Jiayi Chong has unveiled Math Guardians 1.0, an arcade-styled math gaming title for the iPad. The $2.99 merges the genres of real-time fighting and arithmetic into a educational entertainment title.
The Gamma Project has launched iSyslog HD 1.0, the iPad version of iSyslog, a monitoring and reporting tool. The $1.99 app is designed to help both end users and experts to check out what’s going on under the hood on their Apple tablet.
Game Salutes has debuted Dropage 1.0, a physics-based platformer for iOS. In the $0.99 app, players will find themselves tilting the screen and tapping madly to jump over and avoid the mines and other obstacles that plague the levels.
TapeShow has presented Visual 1.0, a visual countdown timer for iOS devices. With the $0.99, the passage of time is presented through the changing of your screen color. With the default color theme, the time remaining is communicated like traffic lights.
YFactory has published The Window 1.0 for iOS, an interactive bedtime book for kids. Created especially to help young children fall asleep, the app tells the story of a young girl’s dreams as she sleeps at night. The window is both the open window of her room, and the window of her imagination, through which she witnesses a series of wonderful dreams. The iPad version of Window 1.0 is on sale now at 50% off for $1.99; the iPhone/iPod touch is on sale at 70% for $0.99.
RGH Games has created The Math Mage, a RPG adventure for the iPad. The $1.99 app was created “to entertain children through a unique and engaging fantasy adventure which will sharpen math skills as a means to winning the battle.”
VirtualiToy has developed the Manicure Dress Up game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 app’s gameplay is through picker options in various categories including, Model, Polish, Decorate, Rings and Scenery, along with their subcategories. Pickers can be hidden to show full screen, and views update from one tab to the next.
Self Defense Solutions has given us Jiu Streetsu, a self defense system employed by private security companies to restrain attackers while remaining within the reasonable force framework. Focused on the stand-up attacks commonly encountered on the street the $4.99 app provides detailed instruction materials.
Internet Design Zone has rolled out Tarot Card Reading 1.0 for the iPad. The free app gives answers to questions based on Tarot cards.
Tiktak Games has served up Brain Battle Show Deluxe 1.0 for iOS devices. The $1.99 game has contestants play against three other players in a battle of intelligence.
Diehard Studio Entertainment has introduced Mutant ABCs HD 1.0, Dwayne Ferguson’s newest ebook for iPad. The ABC-learning ebook ($0.99) is the story of a team of mutant ABCs whose spaceship crash-lands on Earth and sets about teaching children the words of the alphabet and how they’re used.
Internet Design Zone has announced Word Search For Kids 1.0 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The free game is based on the age-old format of finding words hidden in a grid of letters. Kids ages 5-12 have to find the given words from the grid by simply swiping their fingers across, down, diagonally or reverse.
Diehard Studio Entertainment has released Tell Tale Heart HD 1.0, an interactive iPad adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic story. The $2.99 app contains mixed-media painting, interactive elements, sound effects and a 1930’s-style radio drama performance.