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:

JukeboxHero – The Social Jukebox & Remote Control Music Player by App Factory Inc. (Free, 20.5 MB): Provide a party scene that’s enjoyable for all by allowing guests to pick the tunes with this virtual jukebox app. Just like the real thing, people can add as many songs as they have tokens. Not intended to gain money, the idea of assigning tokens keeps things fair, i.e., one person doesn’t choose all of the music. When you host a jukebox, you can require a passcode, restrict to a specific iPod playlist, freely adjust the music, and promote guests to moderators. As a guest, which uses the same app, you can freely join in on any nearby jukeboxes, request more tokens, and see playback history. All users must sign-up for a free account or login using Facebook.

Universal:

Path on by Peta Vision ($1.79, 22.3 MB): Create even more spectacular images on-the-go using this photo editing app featuring customizable text path and background image enhancement effects. You can freehand a path, such as the outline of a car, or select from the predefined options: circle, square, spiral, and wrapped paragraph. The many text modification options consist alignment, font style, color, size, spacing, shadow, and position. As for the image, there’s control for opacity, blur, plus more than 25 filters. When it comes to sharing, the final project can be saved to the camera roll, sent via email, or posted on any of the popular social networks.

Gravity.Duck by Ravenous Games Inc. ($0.99, 5.8 MB): In this retro-style platformer, you take the role of a little duck who’s promised wealth by what appears to be a tribal god in return for retrieving the dozens of golden eggs. To assist the webfooted animal, the deity has also granted simple control of gravity. You’ll use this capability along with gravity wells to move get past obstacles and hazards, such as hills, spikes, and dangerous creatures. The game features pixelated graphics, virtual D-pad and single button controls, old school sound effects, 100 levels, Game Center achievements as well as game progress backup and synchronization via iCloud.