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

Shiny Blur has announced Tarot Wheel 1.0 for iOS. The app — free for a limited time — “lets users spin a Tarot Card Wheel to find out all about the past, present and future of love, life and finances.”

Pinch Multimedia has released TalkTapp 1.0 for iOS. It’s an US$0.99, voice controlled social networking app that allows users to post messages in 23 languages on social networks such as Twitter and Facebook.

Mobile Force has introduced Assault Mission 1.0 for iOS. In the $2.99 game, you jump behind the controls of 30-plus futuristic troops, do battle with three evil galactic races and stand your ground through one stage of assault mission after another.

Esa Helttula has unveiled Polynomial Long Division 1.0 for iPad. The $3.99 algebra app offers step-by-step help in solving long division problems with polynomials. The app allows users to input problems or to request a type of problem and difficulty level for which it will then generate an appropriate problem.

Agile Tortoise has unveiled Drafts 1.0 for the iPad. The $2.99 app offers a way to capture and share tweets, status updates and other short texts.

Positive Grid has debuted a trio of new iOS music-utility apps: Beats Metronome, Jam Player, and AccuTune. All offer the same sound quality, features, and usability found in the company’s flagship app, JamUp Pro. Beats Metronome and AccuTune list for $4.99 and Jam Player for $9.99. However, all three are available at an introductory price of $0.99.

Dreamix Studio and Level 85 mobile games have teamed up for CodeBusters 1.0, a multiplayer gaming title for iOS and Android. In the app — available in a free, ad-supported version or a paid, ad-free version — payers will take on their opponent over multiple rounds of guessing action.

PaWuv 1.0 is a new, $0.99 app designed to help pet owners find hotels in the U.S. they can bring their pets to, as well as what the restrictions are and how much it will cost.