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Today's Best Apps: Wahwah, Rumble Blob And DOOXDOO

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:

Wahwah by Senzari Inc. (Free, 10.4 MB): Admittedly, much of this app resembles iHeartRadio and other popular on-demand online radio choices with its artist and activity-based music suggestions, custom station bookmarking, as well as the option to share the information of the song you're currently listening to. However, there are a few enhanced social features that make sharing and discovering music even easier. At the top of the list is actual music sharing. Instead of just posting the current song info on Facebook or Twitter, you can choose to broadcast the custom station for others to join with synced audio and participate in a live chat. The feature is even highlighted by a trending stations section. All of this does mean that Wahwah requires a Facebook account for use.

DOOXDOO by Eicus Software S.L. ($1.79, 17.4 MB): This match-3 game provides a refreshing feeling to fans by mixing in new gameplay guidelines. Rather than free choice, each round requires you to link a single, randomly selected color of gems before tapping the submit button. Gems can be moved more than one space to make a connection, although, the previous space becomes locked. Obviously, all of this must be performed in a limited amount of time, which is extended upon successful submission of matched groups. The game features three levels of difficulty and local high score logging.

Universal:

Rumble Blob by Limtree Studio ($0.99, 20.6 MB): In this family-friendly arena fighting game, you play as a colored blob with the straightforward objective of knocking the opposing blobs off of the platform. The gotcha is a very simplistic control system, which makes attacks and general navigation a bit difficult. Specifically, blobs spin until commanded to move forward using a tap of the single control button. Competition is against the AI or another human player in tabletop play. In solo mode, the AI's skills progressively increase through an unlimited round battle, whereas human multiplayer is the best of five rounds. The game features two playable characters, red or yellow, and Game Center integration.

iPad:

DOOXDOO HD by Eicus Software S.L. ($1.79, 28.9 MB): This match-3 game provides a refreshing feeling to fans by mixing in new gameplay guidelines. Rather than free choice, each round requires you to link a single, randomly selected color of gems before tapping the submit button. Gems can be moved more than one space to make a connection, although, the previous space becomes locked. Obviously, all of this must be performed in a limited amount of time, which is extended upon successful submission of matched groups. The game features three levels of difficulty and local high score logging.

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