Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
25dev has announced Acro-Dict 1.0 for iOS. The US$0.99 translation app translates acronyms, abbreviations and codes (AAC). It’s designed to, among other things, help parents translate what kids are texting on their phones or the Internet.
Hooligans Entertainment has released Boom the Rock for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. In the free puzzle adventure, you play as mad rocketeer Doc and are tasked with shooting down approaching asteroids by picking the right trajectory for your rockets.
Mudpie Studios has introduced Re-volve 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $0.99 touch reaction game in which you try and keep your eyes on the Orbitors circling around the Neuro’s and react to them as they change color.
Cat Head Studio has launched Sticker Time 1.0 for iOS. It’s a free app with over 300 stickers to play with. Users choose from Dinosaur Friends, Puppies and Kitties, Jungle Friends, Farm Friends, Underwater Friends, and more. Use your Camera, Photo Library, or Cartoon Backgrounds to put stickers on. When finished with Sticker Creations, users may save, email, or post to Twitter and Facebook.
The House of File has unveiled Video Fitness Log 1.0, its new daily fitness tracking app for iOS. The $0.99 tool allows you to input your daily fitness exercise details based on your performance. It features built-in stats offering detailed graphical analysis.
Code Creator has debuted Math Cards 1.0 for the iPad,. It’s a $2.99 arithmetic game where two players compete.
NuOxygen has unleashed Monster Trouble Dark Side 1.0. In the $3.99 strategy game you’re the strategist behind a horde of little monsters and are charged with the task of conquering the Great Lands to retrieve the talisman of the Moon Shadows.
Crazy Robot Games has premiered Bee Kind for iOS. The free app not only gives you ideas to be kinder, but helps remind you to take time for others and yourself.