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

UpsideDown Games has announced Trunky Fishing Game 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. In the US$1.99 game, you have to catch all the fish when their mouth is gaping open; otherwise you might scare them away. Use all possible limbs and toes to drag the fish into their buckets.

JI Apps has released World of Luck 1.0 for iOS, its new app for World of Warcraft fans whose aim is to augment the MMORPG experience by providing new challenges and inject a daily dose of fun into the grind. The free app gives the players access to daily doses of “Luck,” a random fortune to make their day, and “Dare,” a challenge to be overcome.

Yunasoft has introduced Awesome Calendar, its multi functional utility for iPhone and iPad devices. The $2.99 app sports an integrated calendar, to-do list, and notepad.

Claudio Setfanutti Photography has unveiled Contact Sheet Maker 1.0 for the iPhone/and iPod touch. The $1.99 photography app that allows the user to save up to 24 thumbnails of photographs per page as a multiple page PDF document. The contact sheet can be emailed, stored in Dropbox, viewed on any mobile device or computer that supports PDF files or printed via any AirPrint enabled printer.

Hades Solutions has launched GeoPuzzles for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $1.99 app offers users a puzzle while teaching them about world geography.

Ronville Group has premiered Bird Control HD for iOS devices. In the $0.99 game, a play must help birds to get to their homes safe. Birds are coming randomly from different places behind the screen. The task is to activate each bird by tapping it and draw a path to its dwelling, so it follows the safe way.

Chef Wolfgang Puck has cooked up his first app for the iPhone and iPod touch, created by Gourmet Pixel. The free app features never-before-published recipes, cooking and technique videos, one-touch calling for reservations, event planning tools and social media integration.

Worzled is a new word game for the iPhone and the iPad. In the $0.99, players slide the tiles in the grid up, down, left and right to rearrange the letters into words. Tiles are tapped to flip them over in order to lock a word in place, before tapping the submit button. Longer words get higher scores.