Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
ICON has announced Logos Test 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app — free for a limited time — lets users test their knowledge of brands by guessing the names of hundreds of logos in four sections, including Cars, Fashion, Apps and Companies.
Modern Lotus has released Yoga Studio 1.0 for the iPhone. The app — available for US$0.99 for a limited time — lets users play, create, and schedule HD video classes.
Hobbyist Software has introduced Ye Olde VLC Remote for iOS devices. The $4.99 app with VLC 1.1.x. Ye Olde VLC Remote doesn’t support the iPhone 5 screen, it doesn’t support VLC’s graphical equalizer or album art. However it is repackaged as a universal build, and it will work on your second generation iPod touch.
Clever Fox Software has produced Bash the Vote. In the free app, candidates duck for cover as passionate citizens let digital mallets fly. The app “allows pollsters to measure the national mood while voters release their pre-election steam.”
Miniclip has unveiled Pinch. It’s a $0.99 puzzle in which players test their logic as they try to advance norbs — the player’s object — through mazes. Norbs that are too large to go through the gates will need to be pinched or split apart, while smaller norbs will need to merge to bypass various challenges and finish the levels.
eComposite has premiered Hiking GPS for iOS 6 and the iPhone 5. The $1.99 app records outdoor activities and provides a map of your current and past hikes. It relies on Apple’s Maps app to display the location and current track.
Gambet Studios has launched Plingi Juggle. The free app challenges players to juggle incoming berries on a spider web, bouncing as many as they can at once towards a bucket without missing a beat.
Synaptic Wave has debuted Charge the Zombie. In the free game, you’re surrounded by zombies and must battle them with lightning bolts, death rays, fatal toxic mines, and more.
Mojo Masks 1.0 is a new, free app that offers performance capture and facial animation, allowing users to add digital masks and facial effects to their face. Within seconds, users can take photos or videos of themselves in character, then share with friends via email and MMS or online through social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, all from their iPad or iPhone.
Jiayi Chong has produced Math Summoner, a real-time math strategy puzzler game for the iPad. The $2.99 game is set in a mysterious world where creatures and spells are summoned via mana acquired from solving math puzzlers.
WildKnowledge, The Fink Agency and Bullseye Lantern have teamed up on Track the Ripper. It’s a $4.99 interactive mobile movie that allows the user to return to 1888 and take control of the investigation, gathering clues to build a profile of the Ripper. Users must identify who the Ripper is before he completes his ghastly work with the final murder of Mary Kelly.
No Monkeys has unleashed The King vs. Knights, Vikings, Wizards & other Scoundrels 1.0. In the free game, players help the King defend a tower from scoundrels scaling the wall. Kegs are his only weapons; they must be aimed and released so they fall on the primary target and bounce off to hit others.