There’s a lot of App Store catalogue apps or freebie of the day apps. You can tell which bring great apps to the free side when you see a new app take the top free app spot (that formerly wasn’t there). The catalogue apps tend to complicate and convulate the screen with too many buttons and apps, the worst ones I know show far too little. However there is one in particular that takes my hearts fancy is Appsfire for several reasons
Compatible: iPhone / iPad
I love the App Store but have some gripes with the mobile version. First of which is a wish list on the go rather than taking screencaps like some sort of prehistoric gimp? Recently I’ve taken to Appsfire where I can make a wish list and not only is that awesome, it’ll give me a notification when it goes on sale.
Appsfire has a good information::visual per pixel ratio
Of all the App Store guides, I find this to be the one to stand by because it avoids giving obvious choices. You like sketching? Why not try SketchBook Mobile! Give me something flipping new! It's informative, contributes something helpful and doesn't bombard me with advertisements and lousy suggestions. It's free and worth a try, if you hate it leave a comment and suggest a better alternative. I'll pitch them in a cage match and see which one emerges covered in blood and alive.