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.

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Anything After -The Movie Credits Stinger App by Damien Dalli (Free, 5.9 MB): When the movie or show credits start rolling, that’s when people start leaving. As such, sometimes producers include humorous or sequel hinting post-credits scene to encourage the audience to stick around. Now, you can find out beforehand if it’s worthwhile to stay seated using this crowd-sourced app for currently in theaters films. The list allows quick and easy reading with poster thumbnails and color-coded reports In addition, you can tap on entries to possibly discover what type of post-credits scene and some just for fun movie experience poll votes.

That Guy Buzzed by U.S. Department of Defense (Free, 45.4 MB): Already tipsy, you’re determined to meet friends at a local concert. Unfortunately, the path there is filled with trouble. Stumble your way through the dive bar, house party, and street festival as quickly as possible. Try to avoid too much more beer, other citizens, tables, and anything else that’ll slow you down. Don’t disappoint your friends. Time’s a waistin’! The game is only suitable for mature (17+) players and isn’t recommended for those who are sensitive to motion sickness.

Buggy Bug’s Backyard Adventure by Randy Herritt (Free, 6.7 MB): Making your way across the yard doesn’t seem like a big job, that is, unless you’re a tiny bug. Help Buggy make it through what seems to be a residential obstacle course in this cartoon-style endless flying game. While avoiding everything from people and lawnmowers to spiders and flame shooting dragonflies, collect coins to purchase power-ups and upgrades to make the job a little bit easier.

Pin the World by Valgy (Free, 13.4 MB): It’s the map thumbtack board gone digital. Place pins anywhere on the map to mark favorite spots, clients, friends, etc. Pin options include name, description, color, category, rating, and photo. Once a location is marked, you can get directions, share it, edit it, move it and find it via a text search.