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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for June 21


Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (

Appracadabra has announced Theater1.0 for iOS. With the US$3.99 app, children can stage their own magical play and be the star actor. Theater is developed for kids aged two and up and offers different combinations.

Vetasoft Sprl has released Alien Vision 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 app lets you see in “lien vision.”

Shigeki Takeguchi has introduced Full Screen Capture — MobWeb.Goody for the iPhone. The $0.99 app allows you to capture the entire web page on your mobile phone and save the image in an album or share it.

Paul Dunahoo has unveiled Basket 1.0 — A Grocery List for iOS. The app — available in a free, ad-supported version or a $0.99, ad-free version — provides a grocery list featuring iCloud syncing.

BeiZ has unveiled Lola’s Math Train Lite 1.0, a free, “lite” version of its children’s gaming title. In the app, Lola the panda introduces children to over 15 different basic math games that challenge them to complete various equations like addition, subtraction, solving puzzles, shapes, sequencing and matching.

Gig Bag Apps has debuted Click – Metronome 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 metronome app provides e features such as a wide tempo range, a selection of time signatures, plus many audio and visualization options.

Edward Ellis presents Sign Off 1.0 for the iPad. The $0.99 app gives users a way to say goodbye to the iPad’s default email signature. Sign Off also lets them create as many custom “Sign Offs” as they want, and even allows for copy/pasting a signature when forwarding or replying to emails.

Verde for the iPad is a $4.99 tool that helps you monitor, conserve, reduce, and minimize your carbon footprint. The app not only performs an energy audit in your home, it purportedly reveals how to save at least $200 each year in energy efficiency upgrades.

With Picti 1.0.6 for iOS, users can track down friends’ photos no matter which social network they’re in. The $0.99 app lets you quickly get news feed, comment, like and tag pictures.

The new Plume 1.0 ($2.99) for iOS aggregates Web pages shared by friends on a Twitter timeline, eliminating all the chatter and building a permanent feed that provides relevant information curated by the people users follow. Plume can import and work with a user’s existing Twitter lists, allows them to create their own in-app lists, and features offline reading, the ability to hide social check-ins, and more.

Astral 3D worlds 1.0 for iOS is a new, $1.99, 3D visual stimulation tool for the iPhone It’s designed “to clear the mind, provide thoughtless relaxation, and reduce stress” with animations of “space journeys, galaxies, mystical tunnels and shape-shifting objects.”

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