Here are some of the latest apps available at the Apple App Store for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
DynamicDust has announced Pyro. It’s a free augmented reality app that “lets you set the world on fire.” Point your iOS device’s camera to something you would like to be in flames, draw the fire with a finger on the screen, and you can “burn” everything around you.
Simon Peter Media has released Tap That Pic, a flash card app for preschoolers. Children can learn from many levels, including wild animals, vehicles, shapes, fish, and fruit. As well as aiding vocabulary, it’s designed to help with memory and hand-eye coordination.Tap That Pic! 1.0 includes two categories. Free comes with four bundles with two more available for in-app purchase. The Animals & Colors Bundle, Fruit & Fish Bundle, Instruments & Vehicles Bundle and Wild Animals & Furniture Bundle are all $0.99 each.
Mezmedia Pte has introduced Bamba Farm. Designed for kids aged two and above, the $4.99 illustrated app allows kids to explore six areas in a virtual farm. At the same time, kids learn to count up to 12; each number is accompanied by a voiceover in English.
Digital Dividend has launched Ball Wall – Soccer Ball. The goal of the free game is to tap to move the soccer ball up the planks to the top and land safely. The planks will go faster as you move up.
A-K Developers has unveiled Temple Of Wisdom. It’s a free tool “for contemplation and empowerment, incorporating spoken statements intended to guide us in our humanity, personal well-being, and potential.”
Rory Buckley has cooked up Christmas Cookieland. It’s a $0.99, holiday themed matching puzzle game.