Here are some of the latest apps available at the Apple App Store for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and/or Apple Watch.

Mac Daddy’s Legendary Outdoors has announced Brother’s Keeper. It’s a free app to help you know the relative location of other hunters to help maintain safe separation in the field.

Digital World Studio has released Udaaku: The Destiny of a Charm King. In the US$0.99, 2.5D endless adventure game players save their beloved king Udaaku from notorious birds and kill them to be on the top in the leaderboards.

InRFood is a new, free app for helping individuals manage dietary restrictions. By simply scanning the barcode of a food’s packaging or searching for that food on the app a shopper will learn essential information on its sodium and sugar content, as well as that food’s carbohydrate and calorie scores.

Ubacoda has launched Spooktacular Creeps. It’s a free, physics based puzzle game in which players collect gold by popping spooky monsters to level up characters and beat friends scores. Players can choose between favorites such as Frankenstein, Dracula, the Witch or Zombie, as well as more unfamiliar yet interesting monsters such as Tengu and Oni. Each monster has it’s own skill and potions can be crafted and equipped for even more popping power.

FoodMood has served up FoodMood. It’s a free app to help Londoners find restaurants.

Intelligent Apps has unveiled LaunchCode Shortcut with Notification Center. It’s a $3.99 productivity app that streamlines daily tasks and instills human interface into your phone.

EuroSmartz has rolled out FileCentral. The free app/service allows you to move your files between your iPhone/iPad, iCloud, Mac/PC and all of your cloud servers.