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

Hadokoa has announcedApofasi 1.0, its new decision-aid tool for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It’s an US$4.99 tool to guide you in formulating the decision based on a set of criteria and alternatives which you choose. The app provides a space for you to write down your decision, the criteria and the alternative choices which you have. Templates are provided to get you started and to be customized to your particular decision. has released Tie Your Shoes for iOS. The $0.99 app is targeted to school age children who want to tie their own shoes like big kids do.

Dejan Petrovski has introduced Biggy Orbs 1.0 for iOS, a form of the popular match-three game concept. The free consists of a single player mode usable on any iDevice, as well as a local multiplayer mode where 1-4 players use their iPhone or iPod touch as game controllers to play the game on the iPad. Players group three or more identical orbs as they fall down. Once aligned, the orbs disappear. The object of the game is to continue in this fashion for as long as possible.

Cubinea has unveiled Loc.Book 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 app is a GPS location bookmarking app designed to make it easy to find places you have been and need find back to. The current location can be stored with one tap. The route back to the stored location can be seen with another tap.

DishClips has debuted DishClips 1.0 for iOS. It’s a free video library of restaurant dishes that enables diners to capture and share their food experience.

PlusMX has premiered Pushing Jell for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 game introduces the concept of “pushing and pulling.” It allows players to experience omnidirectional movement and bouncing in the puzzle game. 

Vukee has produced Postcard — Individually Designed for iOS. The free app lets users send a real postcard to anyone in the world featuring custom photos and their personal signature.

Alfa Production has grown Magic Forest for iOS. It’s physics-based puzzle game where players will use critical thinking skills to determine how they can help the creatures of the Magic Forest get to their homes safely. Magic Forest is free to download, but requires an upgrade for all 80 levels of the game.