Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Appracadabra has announced First Day of School Countdown 1.0 for iOS. The US$0.99 helps kids keep track of time and prepare for the big event of starting or returning to school.
Aphex has released Audio Xciter for iOS. The free audio app is designed to improve the quality of music on your iOS devices through a proprietary Xciter digital signal processor.
Wilcox Technologies has introduced Auctions for iOS. The $4.99 allows sellers to manage their storefronts using their favorite iOS device from a single app. Sellers who are members of eBay and Etsy can sign in to all of their accounts to create and revise listings, re-list with a single tap, and share listings to social media.
So Much Drama Studios has launched Fireflies! for iOS. This game, targeted for all ages, is available for free for a limited time. Users catch fireflies with bursts of light at the tap of a finger. Once a firefly enters a burst of light, it illuminates its own light causing a chain reaction of fireflies lighting up the sky.
StratPad has unveiled a free version of its mobile business plan app for iPad. StratPad Free offers a step-by-step approach designed to help users create a strategic business plan.
PGi, which specializes in virtual meetings, has debuted GlobalMeet HD for the iPad. The free app is designed to meet the rising demands of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and telecommuting workforces in today’s increasingly mobile business landscape.
BM Medica US has rolled out Cancer Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach for the iPad. It’s a free resource on treating cancer and is targeted to cancer specialists and other healthcare professionals.
Tanner Christensen has premiered Oflow 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99 “lifestyle app that enhances creativity by helping users to see their creative challenge from a new perspective.”
Luigi Savagnone has published Naive Girls for iPad, a story of two girls who, after many adventures and changes of fortune, find serenity. This $0.99 book highlights the importance and value of a sound education and a rich culture. The book tells the story of two girls of Italian origin who, after a happy childhood in Borneo, decide to leave to settle in Italy. A story of self discovery, Naive Girls is intertwined with videos and photos of historic sites in Italy.
UX Productivity has created UX Write 1.0 for the iPad, iPod touch and iPhone. It’s a $14.99 word processor designed for high-end professional authoring tasks.
Akasha Games has developed Berry Rush 1.0 for iOS. In the $0.99 game, players touch the display to plant a young tree. When the berries ripen, players rush to gather them right away, as other berries are ripening. Players must be speedy and handy enough to pick fruit and get stars. Only the most rapid players will capture the Cup and win the game.