Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Jourist Publishing has announced City Advisor for iOS. It’s a travel app that includes five city modules, and offers 38 optional modules for cities worldwide. City Advisor costs US$2.99. Thirty-eight optional city modules are available as in-app purchases for $0.99 each. Several very large city modules, e.g., Berlin (229 MB), are $1.99 each.
HaStars Technology has released Roxy the Star: Preschool Math 1.0 for iOS, a $0.99 preschool math education game that combines singing and learning. It features seven different games, three learning sections and dozens of cute animals, animations, and educational songs designed to teach about shapes, sizes, counting, matching, numbers, classifying, and more.
Gude Games has introduced Flying Dragons from Mars for iOS. In the $0.99 physics, players help fireflies to defend the planet Earth from a flying dragon invasion.
Fugazo has unveiled Can’t Say That! 1.0 for iOS. The $2.99 social word game offers a twist on a popular word game that allows people to test their powers of description against Facebook friends and strangers. Players take turns as “describers” and “solvers.” The “describers” are limited only by their imagination and are free to create any crazy and colorful ways to describe without using certain forbidden words.
Styled Syntax has launched Bankr Personal Finance 1.0 for the iPhone. It’s a $0.99 money management app.
AAA’s newest, free app, AAA Mobile, bundles services for motorists, such as mapping and gas price comparison, as well as member-exclusive benefits including roadside assistance and discounts. The new app available for the iPhone combines the AAA Discounts, TripTik Mobile and Roadside apps into one app.
WhatThe 1.0 for iOS ($0.99) challenges gamers of all ages to guess images as quickly as possible. It gamers with small, cryptic sections of a photograph, and challenges them to guess what it could be.