Notable apps and app updates for Feb. 24, 2017

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

iOS Apps/Updates

Gamious has announced that Turmoil, its tongue-in-cheek oil-drilling game, is available for the iPad. A simulation game set during the 19th century oil rush in North America, it was previously only available on PC and Mac. As of today the game is also available the iPad for $5.99.

Seavus has debuted a mobile iOS application for opening XER project schedules created in Oracle Primavera P6. PrimaveraReader 1.0 is a subscription-based iOS application and is targeted to those working remotely, such as project schedulers, team leads and team members in different industries. Pricing starts at $9.99 per month.

Ubisoft has unleashed Rabbids Crazy Rush, a free action runner. The game is based on the Rabbids franchise and challenges players to run, jump and slide their way over various obstacles to aid the Rabbids in their latest, crazy plan to reach the moon.

macOS Apps/Updates

MacMate has launched Web Builder 3.1, an update of its macOS-compatible online app for creating websites. Users can now choose from a selection of over 3000 theme and palette combinations and add features like maps, contact forms and even a shop module with just a few clicks and no extra charges.

MacMate costs $5.99 per month. A demo is available for download.

Cisdem has updated AppCrypt for Mac, an app that gives users the ability to password protect their apps, to version 3.5.0.

It can password protect iPhoto, iTunes, Contacts, Facebook or any other applications on your Mac. To use it, you set a password and add the apps to the lock list. No one can access the protected apps unless they have the correct password. Version 3.5.0 adds a new function for blocking websites and customizing shortcuts

AppCrypt is available now at the Cisdem website. A single license costs $24.99. A license for two Macs costs $39.99 and one for five is $59.99. A demo is available for download.