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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for Sept. 17


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

ChooFun Games has announced Block Earth 1.0 for iOS. Inspired by Minecraft, Infiniminer and Blockland, the US$0.99 game presents the player with an unlimited world of blocks where anything can be built or destroyed. The player enters an endless world of soft hills, trees and lakes. From there he can begin to make the world his own.

Oakley Mobile has released Solarg. It’s a free resource for those with an interest in solar panelling. Solar provides users with a number of tips and tools for implementing solar panels.

Sandcastle Studios has introduced Captionizer, a free iPhone app that allows users to place captions and speech bubbles on photos, customize them, and share them with the world.

Ingamnia has presented Aplexia. In the $2.99 game, your goal is to fill in all the colored squares with the green blocks. Whether your swiping, teleporting, restarting, or undoing, the clock has started and you now have to race to the finish.

MTbrain iOS Development has unveiled Business Notes 1 for the iPad. It’s a $4.99 customer relationship management solution that supports sales and account managers. Business Notes 1 lets them manage customer information and enrich their notes with photos and  voice recording.

AppStyx has launched Name The Meme 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 app offers a ride through a collection of Internet memes. You flip the pages of the app and guess the name of the images you find.

TopLineSoft Systems has debuted Memo Tag 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 app provides a method of photo annotation. Photo notes are created in the app as audio recordings that are getting connected to the respective photos by attaching small QR barcode tags to the corner of each photo. Tagged photos get exported. The tag on exported photo can be scanned from computer screen or paper print with phone camera to retrieve and play attached audio notes.

GameDigits has unleashed Jack’s Secret Monster 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $2.99 interactive book for kids, allowing them to alter the direction of the story by controlling the choices made by the characters at key points through the narrative.

iPhone users can now use their Dropbox account to send sizable documents, brochures, photos and videos — both by text and email — to groups of any size with Callvine’s Group Text & Email app. It’s offered free until Oct. 15.

Shiny Blur has premiered Seven More Minutes 1.0 for iOS. The app — which is being offered free for a limited time — claims to extend life expectancy by 10 years by completing simple challenges in four categories (social, mental, physical and emotional) once per hour.

Kukarika has created Greek Memory 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 app is designed to test memory and learn about Greece.

Portegno Apps has grown Crazy Hair Studio 1.0. It’s a $1.99 virtual hair salon app for women and men to create their own hairstyles.

5 Spot has developed Storganeyes 1.0.0. The $1.99 app alllows users to organize their belongings inside their garage, attic, basement, and storage spaces. The users themselves can create bins for storage, adding pictures and lists to indicate what is stored where.

Sovapps has unleashed Pucky Birdy 1.0. It’s a $0.99, hockey-type, you enter the battle to score in one of the six goals. A total of five goal rooms, arranged in the shape of a cross, are connected with tunnels.

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