New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Friday, July 15

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • TUI Stopper: Do you have a habit of Texting-Under-The-Influence? Or maybe Calling-Under-The-Influence? This app allows you to hide some of your phonebook contacts for a given amount of time. [$0.99 for iPhone - iTunes link]

  • Thorn: Zombie Dungeon Survival: Become Thorn, viking hero of notably short temper. Trapped in the zombie dungeon, you must employ a vicious arsenal of axes, blades, and bombs to hold off hordes of the undead. Find the exit, before time runs out! [$1.99 for iPhone - iTunes link]

  • Harbor Madness: Dock as many water craft as possible without crashing them into each other or the shore lines. If you think that's easy, think again. [$0.99 for iPhone - iTunes link]

  • Magic Academy: hidden object castle quest: A fascinating hidden object puzzle adventure game that mixes hidden object hunts with mini-games. [$2.99 for iPhone - iTunes link] [$4.99 for iPad - iTunes link]

  • Seamless Food Delivery: Order food for delivery or takeout from restaurants in your area quickly and easily. [Free for iPhone - iTunes link]

Any other big app or game releases or updates today?

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Leanna Lofte

Former app and photography editor at iMore, Leanna has since moved on to other endeavors. Mother, wife, mathamagician, even though she no longer writes for iMore you can still follow her on Twitter @llofte.

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