Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Nick Kuh has announced Portfolio Pro for iPad 1.0, an US$9.99, brandable photo and video presentation app for photographers, designers and creatives. It offers batch import from Flickr and Dropbox.
Khth has released Santi 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This $0.99 meditation aid generates binaural beats in real time, instead of using the same, pre-recorded tones over and over. Santi 1.0 lets users choose the length of their session, and automatically modulates the differential of the tones’ frequencies throughout the session.
Appadana has introduced Polamatic 1.0 — Made in Polaroid for iOS,. It’s a $0.99 video app that combines digital effects with the look of classic Polaroid-style photos. With Polamatic, users can shoot a new picture or use an existing one from their Photo Library, add a Polaroid frame, apply a filter, write a caption, and then share a retro photo.
36codes has launched Projection 1.0 for iOS. With the $0.99 financial app, you enter your financial transactions on-the-go. Projection learns as you go. The description is auto-filled for you based on your current location.
Taomee Network has rolled out Mole Kart for iOS. The free game allows players to take on the role of their favorite Mole from Mole’s World and race to victory.
Icons representing chess pieces, playing card suits, the faces of a die, and Ching tri-grams are now available in the $2.99 GameGlyph iPad app from PhoneApp. It provides access to special characters not available on the iPad’s onscreen keyboard.