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Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find 'em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Return of the App has announced Picasound 1.0. The US$1.99 uses sound effects to help users take better photos of children, pets and more. Users choose any of 48 sounds to be played while taking a photo of a baby, toddler, child, favorite pet or other subject. Picasound provides the ability to share photos directly with the world through social media or e-mail.
Matt-Bros Innovative Solutions has released Buddy Bird ToDo. It's a $0.99, all-in-one organizer that reads aloud a users to-do list in a natural sounding voice.
Pariksha Labs has introduced inTube 1.0. It's a free app that lets users find and enjoy Indian movies from YouTube.
Nuno Palmeirim has launched Best Of Cezanne 1.0. The $0.99 app lets "own" the most famous artworks of Paul Cezanne and view them in full screen images.
Cynthia Bandara has unveiled Temple Raid. In the game, peace between the tribes is fading as the Shamans ask for larger and ever more impressive temples to be built for the spirits. Players raid gold from other players to level up and purchase better bricks and idols. Temple Raid is free; however, since gold is an in-game currency that is circulating between players, players can buy additional gold via an in-app purchase.
Blue Bonanza has unleashed Super Mad Cats 1.0. Furious after their house is invaded by a gang of drooling dogs, players must use their mad cats to target and remove the dogs one by one, and win back their home one room at a time. Super Mad Cats comes in a free version with15 levels and $1.99 version with 60 levels.
Pirates the BookGame is a new $1.99 app that teaches players about pirate history while shooting, jumping or killing enemies. It blends elements of action video games with traditional educational games.
The Magnificent Travelling Palace ($2.99) was created by an ex-backpacker mother with a dream to educate kids about cultural diversity. It's an animated book app that uses technology to bring the enchanting world of India to children.
Papertank's new, free iPhone app pairs actors/directors/writers/etc. together and lists the movies that they've both worked on. Can't remember what movies Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan were in together? Want to know when Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese first worked together? ScreenTeams 1.0 provides the answers. The app can search for anyone in the move industry: actors, directors, producers, writers or whoever. Once the matches are found for the chosen pair, the user can find out more about each movie.