What are you wanting?
What scoring model are those scores from?
Credit profile is far more important than credit score. Generally, as credit profiles improve, scores follow suit. With any 2 given equal scores though, you can have dramatically different profiles.
For example, take two people with a FICO 8 score of 730:
Cornelius has a 730 score with a clean file, but it's super thin (only a couple of accounts) and his oldest account is just 9 months.
Rupert has a 730 score with a dirty file (4 accounts with late payments, 2 of which are 90-120 days late), but it's very thick (20+ accounts) and his oldest account is 20 years.
As you can see, score is just one small piece of the entire picture.
@MrYoung420Do you think I should apply for more cards and just pay them off?
I don't think you should apply for anything until you educate yourself for a good month on this forum. My gut tells me that you're more or less just shooting from the hip as far as your credit decision go currently. IMO, that should never be the case and people should be making completely informed decisions that impact their credit profile.
My advice to you would be to take the month of July and just read here as much as time permits. Learn as much as you can and ask a lot of questions. After a month, you'll probably possess 2X-3X the knowledge that you do now. More knowledge = better/more informed decisions.
I would suggest waiting for atleast another 6 months before applying for a card. As BrutalBodyShots said, learn, educate and research as much as possible. The more you know, the more informed decision you can make.
But, to answer to your question - it really depends on what kind of card you want and what benefits are you looking for? Cashback? Travel? Dining? Etc. There's many cards that are out there but in the end it depends on what you want and what you are looking to use the card for. Some more info would help!