Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
ABCiSoft has announced Squash for iOS. The free game challenges users to move from one round to the next while scoring as many points as they can along the way to get the best score possible. Squash is a reminiscent of classic game concept.
Happi Pappi has released Full Throttle for the iPad. The US$1.99 augmented reality game recreates the driving experience to make any child (or child at heart) feel like a fireman, race car driver, pilot or submarine captain.
Icon has introduced introduces Play Zone 1.0, an educational game for iOS devices. The app — available for US$0.99 for a limited time — immerses a young learner in the zone of four role models: princess, doctor, athlete and fire fighter. Users can change outfits, accessories and add tools. Once you enter his or her zone, each character greets you with a dance and presents six activities to choose from.
Cuteka has launched Sing Something 1.0 for iOS. The singing game enables players to sing one of hundreds of popular songs by many famous artists and bands and send the recording to their friends — who are then supposed to guess the name and the artist. The songs are divided into various categories, based on the theme, artist or time, when they were recorded.
Esther Naalden, founder of Heppi, has unveiled Bo’s Dinnertime for iOS. The $1.99 story-game is designed to help children 2-6 years old develop good mealtime habits.
InfoShell has debuted WakeUpper 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99, talking alarm clock that runs in background mode and vocally pronounces the weather.
Alpha Studios has given us Love Quiz! 1.0, for iOS. It’s a free game that allows couples “to test the strength of their love.” Both players answer the same question in turn. The couple wins a heart if they have selected the same answer.
Internet Design Zone has created Short Stories For Kids 1.0, its second interactive audio storybook app for iOS devices. Designed for children between 2-6 years,the free app s features five popular stories for kids.
Tharle Games has developed Animal Shift HD 1.0, its new kids gaming title for the iPad. In the free app, you drag animals from the bottom white row into matching empty shape in any of the top colored rows. Complete the rows within time to keep moving ahead in the game. You can even discard any of animal shapes and can get new ones with some points decreased.
TinyTap is a new, free iPad app that allows parents and kids to turn the moments they share together into personal and educational games.