Today’s Best Apps features the most promising releases from the last 24 hours. Thousands of apps get approved by Apple daily and we hand select what we think are the new potential gems that we’re considering for review each day.
Cafeteria Nipponica by Kairosoft Co.,Ltd ($3.99, 11.0 MB): The simulation king, Kairosoft, is back with an all new title. Cafeteria Nipponica puts you in charge of a restaurant. It is up to you to create an atmosphere, hire the right people, adjust salaries, and create loyal customers. You can hold events and contests to create some buzz around your restaurant. If you do really well you could end up owning multiple restaurants. There’s tons to do in this simulation game.
Ordet by La Nausée ($3.99, 8.8 MB): In this game you are given seven letters and must create as many words as possible before the time runs out. The more words you create, the more points you will score. There are over a thousand levels in this game and it’s a great way to expand your vocabulary.
Everyday.me – Record your life. Store it forever. by Noodle Labs, Inc (Free, 6.3 MB): Record every day of your life with this journal app. You can capture any moment of your life and enter notes. The app also lets you specify your mood. You can tag each post and add captions to photos and videos you include in the app. The journal can also write itself if you link your Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram account with the app. All of your data is backed up online and you can view it on the Web too.
BooksWing by haha Interactive ($1.99, 14.3 MB): BooksWing lets you keep a track of your reading progress. The app allows you to add books you are currently reading or want to read. You can then specify the number of pages of the book you have read. You can also share thoughts, quotes, and pictures from books while reading. The app allows you to view all of your books in a beautiful bookshelf.
MaxStory by Fun & Dream (Free, 52.3 MB): This unique app allows children to create their own stories on the iPad. The app helps grow a child’s imagination as they customize the story’s background music, cover, and characters. The possibilities in this app are endless.
Sleet by Inglorious Apps, LLC ($0.99, 3.9 MB): If you’ve got multiple Twitter accounts and want to manage them simultaneously, then Sleet for iPad can help. The app allows you to split your screen and divide your usernames by account. You can view mentions, direct messages, lists, favorites, and perform searches at one time. You can easily customize the app’s view as well.
That’s it for today. Did we miss anything?