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.

Universal:

step by Trollbäck+Company ($1.99, 13.2 MB): Step is a stopmotion and timelapse app for iOS. The app allows you to save recordings as GIF files or movies to your camera roll. You can adjust the frame rate and tweak the timer’s settings. The app allows you to delete frames from a sequence, lock the exposure, and more.

iPhone:

Paperless by Obsessive Software LLC ($1.99, 7.6 MB): Get rid of those messy paper receipts with Paperless for the iPhone. The app allows you to scan your receipts and enter the total amount. With a digital copy of the receipt you won’t need to keep the paper around.

M.dot by M.dot Inc. ($0.99, 8.5 MB): M.dot allows you to create a professional, mobile optimized site in minutes. All you have to do is choose a template, enable features and pages, fill in information, and you’re done. You can also include a “call me” button or map directions.

iPad:

Disney Creativity Studio by Disney ($3.99, 35.9 MB): Learn how to draw your favorite Disney characters with Disney creativity studio for the iPad. The app will start you off with tracing, connecting the dots, and coloring. Eventually you will get the hang of it and draw the characters by yourself. There are over 45 unique pages of fun activities in this app.

DC Super Friends: Haunted Heroes by ScrollMotion ($0.99, 501.9 MB): DC Super Friends: Haunted Heroes is an educational game for children. The app offers a read along story with professional narration. You can record your own voice reading the story or have your child do it. You can easily jump to pages and dive into several activities. The app also lets you take a photo with the Super Friends using your camera.

Rumble News – Free Social Reader for local newspapers for Philadelphia by Rumble News Ltd. (Free, 5.2 MB): Rumble is a social reader for your iPad. The app allows you to browse through specific news topics and pick the content you would like to receive. The app includes a special segment called Rumble Channels where members can share news and post their thoughts. There are different browsing modes and tons of sources in the app.

That’s it for today. Did we miss anything?