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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AppZilla 4 : 200 In 1! by Fossil Software ($1.99, 92.5 MB): Have even more tools and entertainment on-hand by grabbing this latest model of the App Store's super Swiss Army knife. After three upgraded releases, the multi-purpose product's selection has risen to a total of 200 simple tools and mini-games, which means I couldn't possibly name and describe them all here effectively. However, to be at least minimally informative, I'll throw out several of the wide range choices. Just recently included are a handy QR code reader and generator, URL shortener, text-to-speech synthesizer, sunrise and sunset report, FDA and product alerts, country calling code directory plus lots of enjoyable effect and filter cameras, English-to-Leet translator, fireplace and attractive particle simulators, handheld air horn sound producer, and many mini-games, such as Checkers, Sudoku, Klondike, Hearts, jigsaw and sliding tile puzzles, and a brick-breaker. Obviously, these along with dozens of previous titles feature Game Center integration as well as can be easily found via alphabetized and categorized pages, searching, or the Recents list. The full lineup of encompassed apps is published inside the developer's own description.
Rotex by Curt Stein (Free, 5.8 MB): Prepare to get hooked by the unique match-5 puzzle play of this simple, yet challenging virtual board game. Similar to classics such as Tic-Tac-Toe and Connect 4, you and a single opponent take turns tapping on cells to claim them, striving to create a linear chain of at least five pieces that are displayed in your designated color. However, there's a twist, both figuratively and literally. Following each placement, you must spin one of the seven gears, which will rotate the surrounding six hexagons clockwise to change their location by a single cell space. This extra action must become part of your tactic, allowing readjusted alignments or staggering misalignments, i.e., a block-style defensive maneuver. The game features 2.5-D graphics, simple sound effects, single finger control, plus three turn-based competition modes: solo versus a two skill level AI, local pass-and-play or tabletop multiplayer, and online invite or automatic matchmaking via Game Center. Fullscreen ads do appear between matches.