Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Levgenii Koltsov has announced Euro Guest 1.0 for iOS. The US$0.99 travel app offers a way to find hotels, restaurants, transport, entertainment, shopping centers, food markets, medicine, and football on your iPhone or iPad device.
Dennis Franke has released Ambicast 1.0, his new social networking tool for iOS devices. In the free app, users don’t just share a photo, but they additionally share a 10 second audio-recording to give an idea of the atmosphere from where the photo is taken. Since the GPS-Coordinates are saved for each recording, the user can also wander around on a map and listen to sounds from all over the world.
True Design has introduced AirSafe 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99 utility for storing passwords and personal data. AirSafe allows users of iPhone and iPad to organize and store all the required password.
Nice Mohawk has launched Lists You Like 1.0 for the iPhone and iPad. The $0.99 list-making app is designed to make it easier to add, rearrange, and complete items.
AppScraft has unveiled Assassin’s Castle 2 HD 10 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 game takes you into the 12 century to the Middle East during the reign of Ibn Sabbah, the leader of the assassins. In the castle you have to go to training, learn to shy away from flying kernels, axes, wade through the obstacles, to search for artifacts and treasures.
Toriko Games has debuted Astraeus for iOS. In the $2.99 game, players dodge the enemy’s bullets and fire the wave-motion cannon to blow them up. Users can upgrade their machine as they clear the stage. Astraeus features threedifficulty levels with 10 stages each.
Aderae has premiered PaintPuzz 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99, side scrolling, two character game play with RPG elements and epic boss fights. Your goal is to help Puzz save the world by visiting eight locations in the world while killing evil creatures to face the wizard and put him into his misery.
Zeichenkraftwerk presents Viam 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 logic game comes with 24 levels and a minimalist design.
Crafty Act has served up Fish Balls Free for iOS, a free version of Fish Balls, their underwater, casual strategy game that puts a twist on the classic brick breaker. The goal is to help the small fish aim and shoot a billiard ball-like bubble from the bottom, so that it will pop brick-like Fish Balls without bouncing back into the sea grass. When the ball stops, it expands and becomes a new Fish Ball.
ThankYouPro has created its ThankYouPro mobile business app for iOS. The utility lets you create customized “thank you” cards directly from an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and send them through postal services anywhere in the world. ThankYouPro is free and the cost for cards is $2.99 per card for US/Canada shipping and $5.99 internationally.
MakeMusic has developed Finale SongBook, a free music app that enables iPad users to view, play and print electronic sheet music. It leverages MakeMusic’s music notation expertise into the world of mobile applications.
Ronville Group has unleashed Cat Avenger 1.0, its second 2D gaming title for iOS devices. In the $0.99 game, several naughty birds decide to make fun of the cat and their jokes become too rude. Your goal is to hunt down as many enemies as possible to show them who is the top of the food chain.
Whyse ApS has cooked up 66 Best Restaurants — Northern Europe for iOS. It’s a $9.99 guide to the 66 best restaurants in northern Europe as compiled by over 30 independent experts and led by food critic, Bent Christensen.
Itera-Research and AppDragon have teamed up for Wild West Races 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99, western-themed, horse race, strategic card game app. The goal is to be the first to maneuver a cowboy and his horse over prairies and across a finish line by implementing the moves on the playing cards. Cards include distance cards with the number of kilometers a horse may move and bonus cards that can hinder the progress of an opponent or counteract the impediments placed by an opponent.
Quadrivio Corp. has given us Nota plex 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $3.99, multipurpose note-writing app featuring an extended keyboard that includes keys for check lists, outlines, and calculations.
DevitGroup has rolled out Toss The Knight 1.0 for iOS. It’s a Middle Ages action adventure arcade-styled game featuring a flying hero knight who battles to free his kingdom from hordes of cyclops, infantry robbers, aliens, and more. The iPhone/iPod touch version costs $0.99; the iPad version is $1.99.
James Mastrianni has announced Lake George Boater’s Directory 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $4.99 GPS interactive offline Maps app that locates over 300, “boater-centric” points of interest. Each point of interest contains a brief description, is geotagged for locating on the map, and is assigned keyword. The app locates gas, restaurants with docks, emergency services, weather information, bays, islands and more.