Type superimposed on top of photos doesn't have to be set in white Impact. Over ($2) lets you add beautiful typography to your photos, in whatever typeface and color you choose. You can use it to add witty captions, of course, but it's useful for much more than just that — thanks to the range of fonts available, you can find the perfect one to compliment the mood of your photo, then add extra meaning by choosing your words carefully. Instagram suddenly got a lot more interesting.
No, it's not some ridiculous Swiss Army-style household implement for mopping, dusting, scrubbing, and generally taking care of the house. Instead, ChoreMonster ($Free) is a clever little app that helps parents convince their kids to do their chores. As a parent, you can set up scheduled chores worth certain points, that you can approve once they're done. As your offspring collect enough points, they can "purchase" different rewards using their points, such as an hour of gaming, a trip to the movies, or a trip to Disney (that'd better be a lot of points).
Sick of Apple's less-than-perfect Maps in iOS 6? Your unlikely hero has arrived. The Google Maps App ($Free) is here to restore the big G maps you've been missing to your iPhone or iPod touch. Of course, it's not just a rehash of what you used to have, either, as it sports an all-new, improved interface, 2D and 3D views, and the holy grail of Maps, voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation. What are you waiting for? Just download it already.