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

Technical Made Easy has announced AccuShot Tracker 1.0 for the iPad. The US$4.99 to plot your shots and store them in a PDF format right on the Apple tablet. Multiple targets ranging from 100 to 1000 yards are easy to choose from while dials and gauges allow you to setup lighting, wind speeds, temperature and more.

Jam Language in collaboration with Lux HQ, launches 99.jam.verbos.ingles, an iPhone and iPad app for Spanish speakers learning English. The $0.99 tool caters to the Spanish speaking population and includes audio and a flashcard format.

House of File has introduced School Notes for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. A note-taking solution for modern high school and college students, the $2.99 app offers users a centralized academic hub where they can take handwritten, visual, and audio notes, set up reminders, create flashcards, and share classroom info with others.

Bnet has unveiled Ginger Run 1.0 for iOS. The free game is a derby of gingerbreads in which the player controls the legs of the gingerbread separately. Derby has a personal and a team mode. Before the start the player can choose a country to present. The country ranking depends on the player’s activity and their records. There is a game shop where the player can buy the upgrades for his gingerbread, like waffle-helmet for the protection or sugar-topping turbine for fast acceleration.

OatyCakes Software has debuted Word Slots 1.0 for iOS, a new spin on word games. In the $0.99 game, letters appear on slot machine reels; it’s up to the player to bet how many words they think they’ll be able to make.

The Melody Book has premiered Jazzy 123 for iOS. It’s a $2.99, interactive educational app that introduces young children to basic numbers and counting through music and musical instruments. Jazzy 123 comes with fully dubbed translations for over ten languages, allowing kids worldwide to enjoy the acoustic sounds, music, and vivid illustrations.

Fresh Touch Media has unleashed The Zombie Games 1.0, its new top down shooter for iOS devices. In the app — which is free until Sept. 4 — surrounded by swarms of weight lifters, footballers and hideously mutated zombies, players take the role of a lone survivor, Norris Ronson. Gamers navigate the map collecting weapons, ammo and items, whilst managing their inventory as they battle for survival within the infested stadium. Players use the twin joysticks to control movements, change the throwing distance, shoot and aim weapons. is a new social-local-mobile, free app that lets users and friends track each others’ future plans and get involved if they want to. Users plug in the plans they would like to make public, and their friends on can join. Users can even add photos before, during, or after events.