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

Bombing Brain Interactive has announced Setlists, an US$9.99 iPad app for organizing and prompting song lyrics to multiple group members during live performances. It lets you create and display collections of songs in any order you like with just a few taps.

Two Teeth Technologies has released Desk Fountain 1.0 for the iPhone and iPad. The $0.99 application designed to “replace an expensive desk” that plays “soothing sounds in a convenient and portable package that helps you focus or relax.”

Sea To Software has introduced Map-A-Pic Location Scout 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $2.99 location scouting and note-taking app developed exclusively for photographers and filmmakers. Users can save any location with a picture and its GPS position in a matter of seconds. Each location can have up to 10 pictures attached to it. The optional notes and tags further help remember the details of the locations. The saved locations can be searched, viewed as a map or list, and more.

RowZone has unveiled Pitch Meter RZ 1.0 for iOSf. Its a $2.99 pitch meter app for rowers and scullers.

MGame Mobile has launched G.O.D 1.0, its new defense-oriented gaming title for iOS. In the free game, players will protect their fortress from legions of undead skeleton warriors.

Positive Grid has debuted JamUp for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a multi-effect guitar app and guitar interface that gives guitarists access to a lots of authentic tones, JamUp Lite is available free for 30 days; JamUp pro costs $19.99.

Oceanhouse Media has unleashed Five Little Monkeys Collection #1 for $11.99. The collection features five adventures of “five clumsy but well-intentioned little monkeys who don’t always get things exactly right, but always have a good time.”

Developer Henry Abrams has kicked off Hot Shot for iOS. The $0.99 app combines elements of sports and puzzle games.

You can put Chinese culture and language at your child’s fingertips with “Bella’s Chinese New Year,” an eBook app for the iPhone and iPad. Adapted from the hardcover version released in May 2011, “Bella’s Chinese New Year” is a story about a five-year-old American girl named Bella, who lives in Singapore, and is celebrating the New Year at her school. The iPhone version costs $1.99; the iPad version is $2.99.