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

AS Mobile Applications has announced iRobbery for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It’s a free arcade game that challenges mobile players to maneuver bags of cash out of various booby trapped bank lobbies stealthily enough to avoid every alarm in their path yet quickly enough to avoid getting caught by the police.

Borixo Mobile has released Xplosion Lite 1.0 for the iPhone. In the reaction game the player should make chain reaction of explosions to clear the minimum required balls needed to pass the level. Xplosion Lite is available in a free, ad-supported version and an US$0.99, ad-free version.

AppetyLabs has introduced Cololover 1.0 for iOS. In the $1.99 game you race against the clock to match colors.

RV AppStudios has launched Finger Slayer Boxer 1.0 for iOS. It’s a free, reaction time game, with options such as ability to use coins as you play, the ability to play against other opponents from different countries, the ability to play multi-player mode with coins, plus an added camera capture.

TinkR’ Labs has unveiled Konkow Toddler 1.0 for iOS. It’s a free educational app that includes flash cards and a game for children to become familiar with the Konkow language.

Flywally Apps has debuted Spitball Revenge! for iOS devices. It’s a $0.99 action game in which a user takes control of a high school kid as he races through the hallways, firing spitballs at his classroom nemesis. Along the way players must dodge classroom doors, students, lockers and even the school principal. Users have to collect as many coins as possible, as these provide the key to power-ups.

Nick Risinger has premiered Sky Survey 1.0 for iOS. Based on his portrait of the cosmos which gained notoriety in 2011, the $2.99 app delivers a an interactive window to the night sky. The app is based on over 37,000 photographic exposures collected over the course of Risinger’s year-long journey spanning 60,000 miles.

Sonarflow iTunes is a free iPhone and iPad app for discovering new music. It purportedly matches songs and artists based on your personal music taste.

Reflare UG has unleashed Mr. Bumblebee Learning 1.0, its new educational app. Developed for children aged 3 to 6, the $1.99 tool provides five separate play modes teaching colors, numbers, counting, shapes and basic abstract thinking.

MediRounds says their app, MediRounds, is now available for the iPad. The physician-designed, $29.99 medical rounding app serves as both a clinical tool and as an educational platform to improve the clinician’s approach to medical rounding. The systems-based, color-coordinated format of the main screen enables input and scanning of patient information.