Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Time says digital subscriptions of all 20 of its consumer magazine titles are now available for iPad on Apple’s Newsstand. Monthly and annual subscriptions to all 20 titles — including ALL YOU, Coastal Living, Cooking Light, Entertainment Weekly, ESSENCE, FORTUNE, Golf Magazine, Health, InStyle, Money, PEOPLE, People En Español, People StyleWatch, REAL SIMPLE, Southern Living, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Sports Illustrated for Kids, Sunset, This Old House, and TIME – are available now for U.S. customers and in select international markets. Existing print subscribers will be able to access the digital editions at no additional cost, and single issue copies will also be available.
Tribal Nova has announced i Learn With Boing: Savannah Adventures! HD 1.0, an addition to their p”i Learn With suite of early childhood education apps designed exclusively for the iPad. The US$0.99 app is designed to teach young children many core math subjects such as number recognition, counting, ordering in ones and tens, adding and subtracting.
Blue Parabola has released Tymer 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 utility is designed to help you keep track of time easy and convenient. Tymer can run nine countdown timers and two chronographs at the same time.
Shock Games Studios has introduced Radia 1.0.1 for iOS. It’s a $0.99, tilt-based game featuring a level mode with 50 levels and two arcade modes.
Artgig Apps has unveiled Marble Math Junior 1.0 for iOS, the second in a pair of new math practice apps. Designed specifically for early to mid elementary ages, 5-8, the $1.99 app blends problem solving, strategy, core math concepts, and fun.
Bebe Apps has launched Mayan Escape — Run 1.0 for iOS. The free game challenges players to test their reflexes and dexterity as they help Bebe escape. Set in a Central American rainforest hundreds of year ago, Bebe, must escape the evil warriors trying to capture him and all the village gold.
Heliceum has debuted Human Defense for iOS. It’s a $1.99 tower defense game that takes place inside the human body.
Synaptic Wave has unleashed Zombie Quest 1.0 for iOS. It’s a board game in which players face each other in an unlockable pass-and-play mode. The iPhone/iPod touch version is $0.99; the iPad version costs $1.99.
Ubisoft has premiered Babel Rising 3D, developed by French studio Mando Productions, on iOS. In the $2.99 game, Babylonians must be stopped from building the famous Tower of Babel. Playing as an almighty deity, players must unleash their wrath to stop the arrogant humans with divine powers calling upon the elements with actions such as summoning bolts of lightning, triggering massive earthquakes, meteor showers or vengeful floods.
The new Brain School — Ultimate Brain Trainer! 1.0 for iOS combines a school theme with gameplay covering 20 subjects to push analytical, spatial, logical, memory and mental skills. In the free app players race against the clock in over 20 games.