The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday.

iPhone:

Color Shining by stefan urban (Free, 1.6 MB): It may be a one trick pony, but creative photographers will likely find this to be a nice addition to the photo toolset. A great way to change the mood or tone of a scene, Color Shining allows very quick addition of up to two tints to photos. The app includes nine color choices, contrast control, and export to camera roll or share via email.

Universal:

Grand Prix Challenge by Syeda Kausar fatima ($0.99, 24.3 MB): Experience a bit of nostalgia and have some simple fun competing against the AI in this arcade racer for all ages. Zip through the 12 tracks as you bounce and tumble off walls and opponents to the finish line. The game features old school 3-D graphics, music, and physics with your choice of car and driver outfit colors.

Live City Events Nearby by Serhiy Peleshuk (Free, 16.2 MB): Whether a must-see concert or a free community event, you’ll be able to find something going on nearby to get you out of the house. Browse events via a list or on a map with location and time, plus pricing and descriptions, if provided. In addition, you can easily add your own event.

Pet Moto Racing ( 3D bike kids games ) by Shahwar Ahmed ($0.89, 29.6 MB): Targeted for the speedy toddlers, Pet Moto Racing is an easy way for the little ones to get into racing games. The game includes 8 different bike colors, upbeat music and 3-D graphics, as well as tilt or touch control.

iPad:

PyroTouch HD Fireworks Game by Harakoa ($2.99, 65.4 MB): Probably the biggest excitement of national holidays is fireworks, those amazing and colorful explosions. Thanks to PyroTouch, you can help create that crowd pleasing experience and have fun blowing things up without the safety concerns. Start out as an amateur in Vancouver with very simple fireworks, then move onto fountains, multi-explosion and streaming fireworks, and so on in up to three different locations.