Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
BrainInStock has announced To PDF for the iPad. It’s a PDF production app that enables users to convert a variety of Microsoft Office and iWorks documents, web pages, photos, contacts and messages to Adobe PDF format. To PDF 1.0 is free for users who want to convert basic docs into Adobe PDF. Additional capabilities are available for order on by-feature basis. Converting (documents, web, clipboard) is available for $3.99, annotating for $1.99 and sharing for $0.99. The full version that comprises all of these features is available for $5.99.
Tea Mountain Software has released Spendalize 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 app is designed to help keep discretionary spending in check by showing users their spending habits upfront as they spend. Spendalize offers three custom reports on the main screen of the app, allowing users to view spending behavior over the last day, week and month each time the app is opened.
OrangeSoft has introduced iHolland — Interesting facts about Holland 1.0. The $0.99 app features 235 facts about the Netherlands with photos for each fact.
Flexibits has launched Fantastical for the iPhone and iPod touch. The $1.99 app allows users to create, view, and search all of their events.
Nobody has unveiled App Quiz 1.0. The game tests your knowledge of apps in three modes: Name that App, Find that App and Survival. Every time the user gets an app right, he has the option to view that app on the Apple App Store and download it without ever leaving App Quiz. App Quiz 1.0 is free; users start out with three hints and can earn two additional hints for each level they unlock. In addition, hints may be bought via In-app purchase.
Black Mana Studios has debuted Interior Design 1.0 for the iPad. It’s $0.99 interior design software.
Nuno Palmeirim has premiered Best Of Degas 1.0. The $0.99 app lets iOS users own the most famous artwork of Edgar Degas and enjoy them anytime in their iPhone and iPad.
Everlasting Applications has produced iSleepin Pro. It’s a $0.99 alarm clock app that features snooze games. The games require the user to complete a quick puzzle in order to snooze or silence the alarm. Each time the alarm is snoozed, the difficulty of the snooze game increases. iSleepin Pro includes unlimited alarms, repeating alarms, music wakeup, current weather, iOS Notification alarms, and more.