Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Kidevice has announced RealColor 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The US$0.99 app uses the phone’s camera and objects in a child’s world to introduce children to colors.
KickStart Development has released Bit Blast Pro 1.0. It’s a $0.99, retro-inspired arcade puzzle game in which players must blast bits off the screen by linking together game pieces of the same type.
Smileypop has introduced Charaku 1.0. The free app offers a new way to play Sudoku. No numbers, just cute characters. Instead of typing or tapping, users drag and drop the different funny faces into place.
Pixel Knights has presented Stackimals (Anipeiliaid) 1.0. In the free game, players save the animals that fall from the sky by dragging them to the safety of landing pads.
Rade | Eccles has unveiled PreventConnect. The free app offers a way to stay informed and connected to the PreventConnect online community on the go. You can watch and listen to PreventConnect videos and podcasts, stay up to date with the PreventConnect blog and Twitter feed, locate the nearest Prevention Programs, and share eyewitness accounts of prevention and intervention in your area.
Notus Games has launched Deep Voyage HD 1.0.0 for the iPad. In the $4.99 game you set off for a voyage with a gorgeous mermaid outside the gates of the Underwater Kingdom. Complete levels and help the mermaid to find all she needs to make your sea garden perfect.
Zhangming has debuted Where’s My Candy. It’s a free puzzle game in which players control Joy, a panda with a desire for candy, as he travels through the bamboo forest, sky, castle, and more locations in search of sweets. The game features several levels that increase in difficulty as well as four separate character modes for Joy to adopt.
zGames has published Animal Alphabet with Geoffrey the Giraffe Free 1.0. Hosted and narrated by Geoffrey the Giraffe, the app — available in both free, ad-supported and paid, ad-free versions — contains 30 minutes of live-action animal footage from National Geographic.