Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Internet Design Zone has announced Makeup & Dressup For Girls 1.0, a fashion game developed exclusively for the iPhone and iPad. The free game, designed for girls between the ages 4-14, it combines dress-up and makeup where girls can play with five themes and create stylish looks.
Don Finley has released Cap ‘n’ Frame, a free app that allows users to create humorous photos by using a combination of funny frames and creatively written captions. The app has a range of photo effects.
Vivid Games has launched Neon Blitz for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. In the free game, players need to trace a variety of neon shapes with their fingers as quickly and accurately as possible on the screen within 60 seconds.
Thing10 has unveiled TimeFli 1.0. The US$1.99 is designed to “bring simplicity to scheduling business meetings and social events by creating an instant list of available times that is easily shareable via email, text or social media.”
Leicester Web Designer has debuted iSpotPro Themed Edition 1.0. It’s a $0.99 game that lets you play and train visual memory and pattern recognition skills.
Lucerne Systems has presented Horizon Touch 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $9.99 personal finance app designed to help you track your spending and income. You can use Horizon Touch’s calendar interface to create budgets, forecasts, cash flows, or any other visualization of money over time.
Thames & Hudson has published “On the High Line” for the iPhone. Its a $3.99 for insider’s guide to the New York City High Line that combines g photographs, videos, maps, informative texts, and interactive social media features.
Budge Studios and Nickelodeon have teamed up again for “Dora the Explorer: Where is Boots?” It’s a storybook app based on the classic lift-the-flap book. It incorporates its own twist through interactive features such as slidable buttons that uncover clues, tapable animations that introduce characters and gestures to reveal hidden objects. “Dora the Explorer: Where is Boots?” costs $1.99 for the iPhone and iPod touch version, and $3.99 for the iPad.
With Bit of Exercise 1.0, Bit of Mind AB has given us a $4.99 exercise app for the iPhone. It allows users build exercise programs and then be automatically guided through their exercises by spoken announcements.
Mediakitchen has created Button Board 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a free educational game that introduces colors through creative play.
Lexington Creative has rolled out the Safe Taxi GPS Alarm iPhone and iPod touch app. The free utility allows a user to text three pre-chosen contacts with the cab’s location and number with the click of a panic button.
Ubisoft has created Rayman Jungle Run, the first game in the Rayman franchise developed specifically for mobile devices. The $2.99 game consists of four worlds with a collection of 40 levels for players to progress through and master each of Rayman’s acrobatic abilities including jumping, flying, wall run, and punch.