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:

MullerPhoto by Vinegar, INC. ($1.99, 10.2 MB): Add the imagination of acclaimed Hollywood photographer Michael Muller to your own photos using this unique camera and photo editing app. The highlights consist of easy rapid fire capturing, an innovative sliding hue adjustment control, several colorful flare-type effects, and direct sharing via Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. Additional effects packs can be purchased in-app for $0.99 each.

Krono Football Pro by Julio Duque Montero ($0.99, 29.8 MB): Whether you recall the original or not, you can still enjoy the 8-bit arcade experience of this simple, yet challenging soccer game. Using a single tap, you must pause the stopwatch within a window of only a few microseconds. If you succeed, you score, if not, there will be consequences. The game features solo as well as two person pass-and-play modes, game duration options, and a selection of 70 teams. An ad-supported version is also available.

Universal:

Global Threat by Tap4Fun (Free, 37.1 MB): As the human race moves closer to annihilating itself, you’re one of the few officers left that can lead our forces and defend what’s left of our civilization. With resources scarce and a constant need to rebuild, a strong and well thought out strategy will be in order. Everything is under your command, from building and upgrading installations to training and deploying troops, plus finding a way to make allies. The game requires an Internet connection to play. A deluxe version is also available.

Minamath by Moolion Inc (Free, 1.7 MB): Let your youngsters practice math in this fast-paced game. In each round, simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems will appear with three possible answers. Kids need to select the correct one as quickly as possible. If too much time goes past, the answer is automatically highlighted and the next equation is displayed. At the end of each round, kids and parents get to see their performance results.

Inverse Universe – Room Escape by FireRabbit ($1.79, 40.6 MB): In this type of hidden objects game, move from room to room while carefully inspecting every item using simple taps to zoom, navigate, and interact. If you’re competent enough, you may have a chance to figure out the mystery and escape. The game features great 3-D graphics and mild humor. A limited progress trial version is available.