AppFresh Daily features the best apps we’ve noticed that have been released in the last 24 hours. Thousands of apps get approved by Apple daily. Instead of having to dig through all the junk, come to AppFresh Daily, where we hand select what we think are the new potential gems that we’re considering for review each day.

Universal:

Razzi (Free, 16.0 MB): Razzi allows you to edit and add smart filters to your photo on the go. After making your photos look professional, the app lets you share them on Twitter and Facebook. The app also lets you add your Google AdSense code to your account so you can make money when sharing your pictures. Razzi also allows you to view photos from other users and follow and be followed by others.

iPad:

Battle Academy ($19.99, 191.4 MB): Battle Academy is an all-new strategy game for the iPad that is quite unique. The game features fantastic 3-D graphics and over 30 historic battles, accurately recreated with the help of a historian at the University of Wolverhampton. The game makes you relive classic battles fought in WWII with a realistic computer opponent. Battle Academy also features an online, cross-platform multiplayer mode, where you can match up with players on the PC, iPad and Mac. All this, however, comes at a hefty price tag of $19.99, so you may want to think twice before purchasing it.

Moredays (Free, 3.5 MB): Record and save memorable moments with Moredays for iPad. The app features a beautiful user-interface and allows you to add media to your notes. You can also save tasks, sync with the calendar app and the Mac or PC clients. Moredays also lets you save your data in the cloud so it is always kept safe.

iPhone:

Sparrow ($2.99, 9.0 MB): The much anticipated mail client, Sparrow is finally here. Sparrow boasts a minimalistic user-interface and supports multiple mail accounts including Gmail, iCloud, Yahoo and more. The app allows you to attach photos easily to your emails without leaving the app like the native client. You can also add your Facebook account to the app and sync contact photos so that they show up in emails as well. Sparrow also has fantastic swipe gestures and tons of other features that make it a worthy competitor to the native iPhone mail client.

That’s it for today. Did we miss anything? Tell us in the comments!