Here are some of the latest apps available at the Apple App Store for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Fresh Touch Media has announced Bass Drop – Deep House – Electronic music sampler and synthesizer. The free app offers a keyboard and sampler with a sound library, letting fans, DJs and producers perform beats and bass lines. The deep house sound bank includes drums, grooves, effects and melodies, specifically designed for straightforward music creation.
Therapy Box has announced SmartHub for the iPad. The US$79.99 app is designed to fill a gap for people with physical disabilities who want to be independently able to control home appliances using their preferred alternative access method. SmartHub allows those with disabilities to do those things most people take for granted by using a switch on a wheelchair or the iPad. Features include compatibility with most Smart TVs, multiple settings to adjust the screen input and more.
Ultralab has introduced Ultramask. The $0.99 app is a set of geometric masks aimed to add an abstract art touch to iPhone and iPad photos. Ultramask offers 20 patterns and several adjusting tools.
Timo Josten has introduced Dropshare. It’s a $4.99 tool for uploading pictures, videos, screenshots and files of all kind from your iOS device to your own server, Amazon S3 or Rackspace Cloud Files. Dropshare natively supports Secure Copy an industry standard protocol for file transfers.
Touchzing Media has launched Christmas Songs for Kids. It’s a sing-along app with three Christmas songs, lots of interactivity, music and sounds. The app, with one song, is free. The other two are available via an in-app purchase.
PhatWare Corp. has rolled out Penquills. It’s a two-in-one custom keyboard for iPhones that utilizes PhatWare’s handwriting recognition. Penquills is available for $0.99 until Dec. 10; after this, the price will be $4.99.