Here are some of the latest apps available at the Apple App Store for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and/or Apple Watch.
Gryphos has announced BlockJockey, the first release of its Bitcoin blockchain navigator and information tool. It’s an US$1.99 educational tool for the iPhone and Apple Watch designed to make exploring the Bitcoin blockchain fast and easy.
DopplerThePom has launched Custom Remote KeyPad. The $0.99 app allows the user to design custom control panels and use them to control a Mac wirelessly. For example, with a dial gesture on the iPad one changes brush size in Photoshop; or swipe on an iPhone to rotate a 3D model in Cinema 4D; single taps can issue any menu command in any app, or enter entire paragraphs of text, or run custom scripts.
Listen Sound has introduced Static for the iPhone and Apple Watch. The $2.99 app works with iTunes but also enables adding music to iPhone without using iTunes at all. Files can be imported using AirDrop, Dropbox, Amazon S3, and other apps that support document browsing and sharing. Static includes a graphic equalizer, loudness control, and automatically crossfades between songs.
Distinctive Games has released Football Frenzy. It’s a free football free-kick game. Players need to outplay their opponents at every kick.
ToYouBible is a new, US$0.99 app that personalizes Bible passages with the user’s name and gender.
Mixy is a new, free interracial dating app that was designed to end the estrangements between different races.