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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for Sept. 12


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

FigtreeLabs has announced SecondBrain 1.0 for iOS. It’s an US$0.99 app designed to to protect sensitive information such as passwords, bank accounts, email accounts, Diaries, business cards, ideas, credit cards and more.

Emobi Games has released The Iron Mouse for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. In the $0.99 game players step behind the controls of a metal plated mouse to hop their way through dangerous scenarios, collect cheese slices and avoid dangerous patrolling cats en route to victory.

Gemster Group has introduced Gemster 1.0 for iOS. The free app is designed to help you find and interact with the best local events, anywhere in the world.

Publisher Claxton Creative has unveiled Dr. Mark Van Stone’s digital version of his book “2012: Science & Prophecy of the Ancient Maya” for the iPad. The $14.99 ebook includes 15 Maya scholars who discuss the ancient Maya and the hype around the Dec. 21, 2012 prophecies.

7Lives has debuted Photo Quiz For Friends 1.0 for iOS. In the free game, users need to identify a picture of famous places through a small transparent glass-like window that keeps moving.

Demodit has premiered ClassicWeather 1.0. The app taps into more than 29,000 weather stations, with access to weather data from Wunderground. The app lets the user determine several locations for which a forecast may be requested. A sideways held iPad displays three cities simultaneously next to each other. With a swipe of the finger a page may be “turned over” to review additional weather reports in other cities. ClassicWeather 1.0 is free; a $0.99 “premium” version provides an hourly weather forecast, as well as a 10-day prediction and has the ability to display the forecast on the screen in text format.

Tobytek has created I’m Having A Bath 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $1.99, interactive, children’s story book with sounds and actions.

Catmoon Productions has driven out Nitro Sprint 2 for iOS. It’s the free sequel to the vertical racing game, Nitro Sprint. Players avoid oncoming cars and obstacles, finish the race and try to beat their best scores.

Oxford University Press has published the Oxford Wordpower Dictionary for Arabic-speaking learners of English. The app (approximately $30) was developed with Paragon Software Group, a multi-platform software developer for mobile devices and desktop computers.

Matteo Diterlizzi has developed Goofy Gallerist: Opening 1.0, the free version of his virtual museum iPhone app . Players are tasked with deciphering scrambled masterpieces of art. Following the adventures of an unlucky gallerist, your mission is to help him restore 36 canvases, divided into six wings that have been scrambled by a cross-eyed alien from outer space.

Managing Editor has given us TCS & Starquest Expeditions for the iPad. The jet expedition company worked side by side with MEI to build the free app, which emphasizes user-specific content distribution made possible by MEI Portico.

TopLineSoft Systems has rolled out Memo Tag. The $0.99 app introduces a method to connect recorded audio notes to photos by attaching small QR-code tags to the corner of each photo and exporting tagged photos. The tag on any of the exported photos can be scanned from computer display or paper prints with phone camera to retrieve and play attached audio notes.

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