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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for Sept. 4


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

KV&H Publishing House has announced Home of Jigsaw Puzzle for the iPad. The game features four difficulty levels, dozens of puzzles created from original works by accomplished artists, the ability to turn personal photos into puzzles and more. Motivated players even unlock new puzzle art via in-app purchase or win it by amassing points.

Network Panda has released BMI Calculator and Weight Tracker, a free app which everyone can use to calculating and tracking their body mass index and weight every day. The body mass index, or Quetelet index, is an algorithm for body fat based on an individual’s weight and height.

Adam Horacek and Kuba Brecka have introduced Kodiak PHP 1.0, which allows pogramming on the iPad is now possible. Kodiak PHP is an US$4.99 IDE that can run PHP code directly on the device.

Synaptic Wave has unveiled Download Expert for iOS. The $4.99 app is designed to help users get any content on their iDevice. It can handle music, video, images, documents and PDFs. What’s more, Download Expert works with .zip archives.

Apps by Zero has debutedTakeMyCard for the iPhone and iPod touch. With the $2.99, users may share multiple, predefined sets of contact information with anybody via a simple to use, professional-looking interface. TakeMyCard uses the vCard file format to send contact details.

Jonathan Fenske, along with his wife, Jennifer Manske Fenske, have teamed up to create Healthy Creatures 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $0.99 “digital toy” that children use to make collages using fruits and vegetables. Featuring all original artwork, Healthy Creatures offers kids a way to express themselves with garden-fresh art.

Tap Campus Life is now available for iOS devices. The game gives players the power to personalize their own sorority by recruiting the women of their choice, hosting fabulous events and designing and decorating their sorority mansion.

Colibli Games happy to announce that The Tiny Bang Story HD has come to the iPhone. In the $2.99 game, the world has fallen apart and now its future depends on players to use imagination and creativity in order to restore Tiny Planet and help its inhabitants.

Mobivention has premiered Chess Master 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. The $2.99 game features a computer opponent, 3D game pieces, several designs and two game modes.

Media-Trade has created Big Music Trivia. In the $0.99 game for music lovers there are music trivia questions from the rock ‘n’ roll era all the way to the big hits of the last decade.

The Lucky Chicken has developed Trivia Master: Flags 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99 trivia and reference app for countries and their flags. Trivia Master: Flags utilizes a database of high resolution country flags and country information. The app includes all United Nations recognized Sovereign States, as well as some additional Independent states.

Dr. Odd is back. And this time, it’ll take an entire team to stop him, in the hot, new, multi-player game, based on the 2012 Parents’ Choice Award winner — Operation Math. With Operation Math: Code Squad ($1.99), Spinlight Studio ups the action, bringing up to four players together to disarm a series of math-busting devices before their time runs out.

Silly Tale Studio has given us SillyTale MahJong 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $1.99 single-player MahJong game that offers the complexity of the solitaire version of the game. Featuring authentic, 3D, Chinese playing tiles and music, the game uses the standard, MahJong set of 144 stones or tiles. The goal is to clear the board by removing all the tiles from one of many layouts, which differ in pattern, size, and height. Tiles can only be removed in matching pairs and must both be “free.”

Tapfuze has rolled out Contact Paranormal 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The free app purportedly analyzes audio input to calculate response options that can be altered by paranormal energy.

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