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Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps announced. You can find 'em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Hooked In Motion has released iCollect Video Games 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The free app allows gamers to scan in their games using the barcode on the back of the box and obtain detailed information about each game. The application supports barcodes worldwide from consoles like Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PSP, and more. iCollect Video Games also features a detailed search feature, as well as wishlist and pre-order features.
Virtual Fairground and DJ Ferry Corsten has announced Pulse: The Game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The US$4.99 game features six levels of beat matching gameplay set to six tracks produced exclusively for the game by Corsten. Players can post high-scores to their Facebook and Twitter pages and challenge their friends directly from within the game. There's also a free, feature limited "lite" version.
David Palmerio has announced E-Blues 1.2, an update to the $1.99 blues music learning tool for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The musical notation and theory is accompanied by audio and movie recordings.
Arbutus Software has released Jingle! 1.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch. The free app offers the ability to Tweet music and other media content using Twitter. With Jingle! people can listen to a song, podcast or audiobook, then post information about that media to the microblogging service.
SpinThought announced StoryPages 2 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $2.99 app helps users create illustrated stories on the go.
Esa Helttula has unleashed Long Division 1.3, an update of the $0.99 educational math app for the iPhone and iPod touch. It allows the user to solve long division problems step by step and animates all the steps. The app can be used to teach and study the long division method. The method breaks down a division problem into a series of easier steps.
Steve Glinberg has unveiled 123 Color Talking Coloring Book 1.3. 123 It's a $0.99 coloring book for the iPhone and iPod touch that teaches numbers, upper and lower case letters, shapes and colors in multiple languages as kids play.
Hot Chili Apps has introduced Easter C@rds 1.9 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Easter will be here soon, and the $1.99 app lets you create digital postcards for the occasion.
SEAS has unveiled DozeGuard 1.1, an update to the $0.99 tool for the iPhone or iPod touch. It allows you to play audio titles from the users media library while constantly monitoring whether the user is still awake. If the user didn't move the device for a certain time, the app stops playing the title and records the current position. If the title is then selected the next time, the user can locate the last position.
Asasa Software has announced Flash Hero 2.0, an update to the $0.99 e-flash for the iPhone and iPod touch. It features different e-flash proprietary algorithms, plus five filters to get color effects in your pictures. Users can choose from three different flash settings, as well as fine tune the adjustments. Version 2.0 includes a new graphical user interface and five additional color filters.
TouchHotel has released version 2.0 of its free hotel reservation software. By including an address, neighborhood, or zip code you can have access to a selection of hotels based on these criteria.
Sounds Broken has announced gogoDocs 1.1.0, an update to their $2.99 Google Docs reader for the iPhone. It now supports the new "upload any file" feature of Google Docs, including audio, video and other files, as well as filtering your docs list by name. Files are downloaded to your iPhone while it's online, and kept available for viewing offline. Background syncing, blazing fast PDF viewer, broad format support, and filtering make gogoDocs an essential tool for all Google Docs users.