Here are some of the latest apps available at the Apple App Store for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and/or Apple Watch.
Cullaboration Media has announced One Song Workout, a fitness app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. It automatically creates a high-intensity interval training exercise routine that is timed to fit any song from your iTunes account. Exercise repetition goals are automatically adjusted based on user feedback at the completion of a workout. One Song Workout is free, but does tout in-app purchases.
Baby Monitor 3G is an US$3.99 app for parents who want to stay in touch with their children, even when the little ones are sleeping. It’s available for iOS, Mac and Android operating systems.
Comics publisher Contents First released TappyToon. The free app allows U.S. and international fans digital access to licensed comics and webtoons.
Michael Granzin has introduced Bam Bam Squid. In the game, you play squid that’s combing through a coral reef rushing for a certain type of starfish; the so-called Sandy Andy. Over time you are able to learn skills such as electrical shocks, tornado attacks, the entertaining barbecue-mode or you can squirt ink. Bam Bam Squid is free, but does tout in-app purchases.
TaintedNapkin by Lazy Greyhound is a new, free restaurant rating system and platform that works on three levels – Discovering, Reporting and Researching – to help users enjoy a pleasant and safe dining experience, while warning others of a potentially bad experience. The app uses Department of Health data, and is useful for restaurant owners and managers who want to improve their operations and increase their sales and customer satisfaction.