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

ATDevApps has announced photoAround 1.0 for iOS. The US$1.99 app is designed to let you: plan a trip around the world using the best pictures shared on flickr.

Noteboom Productions has released Tutor for iPhoto for iOS 1.0, their latest video tutorial for the iPad. The $3.99 tutorial consists of 48 video chapters on various subjects including an overview of the interface to importing your photos and videos to adjusting the exposure to repairing photos to flagging photos to sharing with Facebook. All the videos are stored on the iPad. Once the app is downloaded, no more bandwidth usage is required.

3D Magic Kft. has introduced Realikety, a social network tool for the iPhone. It’s a free augmented reality application for “liking” and commenting anything on the street in real time. GPS and geolocation lets you find “liked” things. Facebook integration allows you to things.

Coast has launched LexiMobile 1.0 iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The $2.99 app puts the right word at users’ fingertips when they need it thanks to a database of words, as well as direct links to Wikipedia and search engines.

MyVijan has unveiled iLuv Drawing People 1.0, its new educational title for iPad devices. In the $1.99 app, kids can learn how to draw people in 20 different poses with five step-by-step instructions.

Qbikal Software has debuted FavesDial 1.0 for iOS, their free utility app that lets users connect with anyone by touching one of the four corners of that person’s photo icon. Each corner launches a different, built-in service: Call, Text, Email, or FaceTime.

Epic Tales has published a “Hansel and Gretel” animated storybook for the iPhone and iPad. It’s the first in a series of tales as told by Silvertongue, “the likeable dwarf and storyteller.” The $6.99 animated storybook offers a world filled with whimsical characters ranging from pesky gnomes to witty dwarfs; from brave children to wicked stepmothers and cunning witches.

The Sound Guy has developed ChatterBlocker for iPhone. It’s a $2.99 app that masks unwanted conversations so users can focus on their work, not their co-workers.

Nudge has created Planet Pete 1.0, its new gaming title for iOS devices. In the $0.99 app, Pete is traveling in space in order to rescue little turtles and fight against evil aliens. A tap of the finger lets Pete jump from planet to planet, gain momentum and more.

Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating (Mitsubishi Electric), America’s No. 1 selling brand of ductless cooling and heating technology, has served up a free iPad app that allows users to calculate total block or room-by-room cooling and heating loads for residential and small commercial buildings.

Two Lives Left and Rui Viana have teamed up for Cargo-Bot, a free puzzle game where the player commands a robot to sort crates.

Football Attack has kicked off Football Attack Euro 2012, a mobile football game app. Int the free app you try to predict each of the Euro 2012 scores. Football Attack Euro 2012 allows you to play with your Facebook friends, check your own ranking and that of your friends.