Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (

vThinking Studio has announced Voice Expense Tracker 1.0, its new voice controlled financial app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The US$1.99 utility can track your daily expenses using voice recognition technology. It automatically selects the expense category for you whether you’re inputting income or expense. You can also dictate the expense amount and date.

Helical Software has released AudioGopher 1.0, an annotation utility for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 audio player allows users to place bookmarks with editable text, within podcasts, audiobooks, or radio recordings.

SK Planet has introduced my facecard 1.0, a social networking tool for iOS devices. The “facecard” each user creates within the $0.99 application’s interface functions as more than a calling card that can be shared digitally. Because the information contained on each facecard is interactive, one can call, email, and access social networking accounts directly from the contact’s facecard.

Fine Mechanic has launched Enso 1.0, their free new meditational app for the iPad. It offers a timer and an advanced guide for meditation and pranayama techniques. The app offers a variety of breathing exercises, including quick session start, memory settings for each exercise, visual and audio clues and more.

Diehard Studio Entertainment has unveiled the Mutant League Sketchbook for the iiPad. These are the original illustrations by “Mutant League” television series art director, Dwayne Ferguson. If you enjoy seeing other artist sketches and get inspired, then this $0.99 book is for you.

Apptouch Studios has premiered Blocks Up for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The free app gives users a new take on a classic puzzle game. Blocks Up looks like Tetris, but it’s upside down. Blocks enter from the bottom of the screen, and users must negotiate obstacles to guide the game pieces into position at the top. During gameplay, users earn coins that can be spent in the in-game store.

Appit has debuted iThrowU for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a free social sharing utility that allows users to spontaneously share and receive photos/written content across the globe.

Ki Systems has rolled out Stress Shifter Pro ($2.99) in tandem with the launch of an updated version of Stress Shifter Lite (free). These apps purportedly offer users a scientifically proven way to find the root causes of their stress and give them an effective step-by-step program to relieve their stress and ensure they stay positive and productive.

Dawn Publications has published Over in the Ocean: In a Coral Reef, a $2.99 ebook that combines baby animals, counting from one to 10, sing-alongs and art.

Moment Garden has grown a self-titled app designed to simplify private sharing of your baby’s precious moments. The free lets parents save photos and videos or even record stories of their child directly from their phone. Each moment that is saved to Moment Garden is automatically shared with only the child’s closest family and friends.

Tapptil has unleashed Learn the words: Animals. This free educational app offers a way for children to learn the spelling and writing of animal names.

Zippity is a new tool for opening zip files on your iPhone. The $0.99 app opens a range of archive formats, including zip, tar, gzip and bzip2.

The new Find a Way, Jose! packs 60 levels of tile-sliding action as you try to bring Jose closer to his liquid muse. It’s a free iOS app.