Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Fingerlab has announced DM1 for the iPhone. The US$0.99 app is built for instant beat making and is loaded with 64 professional drum kits.
MacPhun has released Color Splash Studio, the iOS version of their Mac app for color splash photography. Available for $0.99 for a limited time, the photo app lets users turn images into color splash pictures.
Whopping Apps has introduced ABCs with Animals 1.0 for the iPad. The free children’s app combines audiovisual content, Wikipedia integration and more into a learning experience.
Lucky Martian has unveiled Nature Painter 1.0 for iPad. The $0.99 digital oil painting app teaches users the basics of landscape painting.
Gdiplus has launched Blogshelf II, their free iPad news app that presents blog entries and news stories in an RSS feed. It’s specifically created for non-technical users who love to read short articles on subjects of interest.
1Tucan has unveiled Airplanes. 1.0 for iOS. It’s $0.99 shoot-’em-up in which you’re the pilot of a jet fighter gamers traverse the world’s rivers, protecting the world from the bad guys, blasting enemy ships, balloons and helicopters into oblivion.
KBMSoft has debuted Hairstyle Pro for the iPad. The free app lets users see how they would look in different hairstyles.
Atom Studios has produced runandgo Altimeter 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99 companion for hiking, routing, biking, climbing or just walking. Runandgo Altimeter measures height using GPS and compass sensors on the iPhone giving you perfect precision. It also features terrain maps and weather forecast, including wind speed and direction.
Yunasoft presents a new list building app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Marche 1.0 ($3.99) is designed to help shoppers build and share their weekly grocery lists. The app is pre-loaded with over 1700 common grocery items and uses this database, along with predictive text to minimize typing and list building time.
Mergelocal has served up a free iOS app that allows users to check in at their favorite places and get paid for telling their friends on Facebook and Twitter about their experience.
Monkey Experience has served up Virtual Ice-Cream, an $0.99 app that lets you serve up virtual ice cream in six flavors.
The new, $0.99 Fireworks Photography Field Guide for iOS provides references for setup, gear, composition, and examples on photographing fireworks.
TestTubeGames has created Agent Higgs 1.0 for iOS. In the $0.99 puzzle game, the player takes the side of the Higgs particle. With particle accelerators on the hunt for Higgs, he needs help to stay hidden from view. The player’s tools are the known particles: electrons, muons, neutrinos, and more.