Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
The Washington Post has announced Explore D.C. for the iPhone. The free app is designed for both tourists and locals and helps all “tour the nation’s capital cheaply and efficiently while having the most fun and enriching experience possible.”
Stefano Secondo has released Vintazines 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a free books app that lets users read mint condition, full-color, high-resolution, scanned copies of vintage magazines from 1900 to 1970. Powered by Google Books, the app includes hundreds of back issues of Popular Mechanics and LIFE magazines. The covers of all available magazines are displayed on a scrolling, virtual bookshelf. Vintazines downloads and caches magazine pages as the user browses through each magazine.
ABBYY has introduced ABBYY FineScanner 1.0 for the iPhone. The US$2.99 app lets you scan images and text using the Apple smartphone.
Blazing Soft SAS has unveiled CrossWolf for the iPhone and iPad. The $0.99 action game challenges adventure-seeking players to run as fast as they can through dangerous worlds collecting coins and destroying enemies. To win, players must successfully cross every obstacle, learn every skill, and defeat every foe.
Infinity Video & Photography has debuted Professional Digital Clapperboard 1.0 for the iPad. The $11.99 digital clapperboard sports multiple slates, custom frames-per-second settings, clock and timer mode, tail slate mode and more.
Mobile and professional soccer club, Real Madrid, in conjunction with Digital Artists Entertainment, have teamed up for Journey to Real Madrid 1.0 for the iPhone. The free app allows the user to live through the journey of three Real Madrid superstars through their soccer careers; Cristiano Ronaldo, Mesut zil and Zinedine Zidane.
Empatika has published Memory Training Program for the iPad. It’s a free, interactive self-help book designed to improve memory, attention, concentration, develop imagination and increase brain power.
Can a sailboat go faster than the wind? Can hippos swim? Where does the name for soccer come from? Can the world’s fastest person outrun an ostrich? Team up with some cute, fast animals to find answers to these and many other questions in the new iPad app, Zoo Champs — Sports Guide For Kids ($0.99).