New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Tuesday, April 26

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!

  • Worldictionary: Point your iPhone’s camera at any word and Worldictionary will instantly define and translate it. [$4.99 - iTunes link]

  • It Happened Here: This app reveals the hidden secrets of a city by detecting a user’s location and highlighting fascinating events that have occurred nearby. Now with New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. [$2.99 - iTunes link]

  • Tweetbot: Update brings speed improvements, support for Posterous and Readability, and more! [$1.99 - iTunes link]

  • Splash Math: A fun and innovative way to practice math. All of the included problems are aligned with state standards for 3rd grade. [$4.99 - iTunes link]

  • 2Do: Update with many new features and fixes. [$6.99 - iTunes link]

Any other big apps or game releases or updates today? If you pick any of these up, let us know what you think!

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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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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Tuesday, April 26


I noticed that, too. Very cool! I was just a little disappointed to see them use an Spanish-to-English translator for it :(

The update for Tweetbots it the best update for any app in a while! They added basically everything I wanted it to have. So Tweetbots is now my official twitter app on my iphone :) Great Job!

I have a question about Worldictionary. what if i point the camera at a word to just get the definition? Does that work?