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:

Tellit by GREE, Inc. (Free, 23.7 MB): If you don’t yet use a mobile instant messaging client or are tired of the really old school services, such as AIM and Yahoo! Messenger, than this may be the tool you’ve been looking for. Making better use of today’s technology, bigger and better displays as well as faster connectivity, the app features a very colorful UI, visual media and location sharing, one-on-one or group chats, plus large hand-drawn emoticon-style stickers. Yep, no more simple smiley faces. You’re required to create a free Tellit account or join using Facebook or Google. Friends, including those with Android devices, can be invited easily using Address Book information.

Universal:

Bullet Train Hell by LogicDrill, L.L.C. (Free, 17.5 MB): This literally fast-paced action-platformer provides a great rush of excitement through the puzzling challenge to reach the front of a bullet train. Of course, the biggest factor is the wind, however, it’s not all bad because the path isn’t a straight shot. Instead, you’ll navigate a maze-like route where the thrust of air is both problematic and beneficial. The game features pixelated graphics, 45 levels spanning two stages, optional missions, Game Center integration. The first set of levels is free with the full experience costing $1.99.

Airborne Supremacy – Jet Dogfights above Temple Wars by Kando Apps LLC ($2.99, 60.9 MB): Have some simple action-packed fun defending a peaceful island in this retro arcade-style flight shooter. Against an endless attack, maneuver your jet fighter to intercept as many as enemy aircraft possible. Along the way, you can collect power-ups to lengthen the time of survival. The game features top-down graphics, single finger control, and Game Center integration. An ad-supported version is also available.