Forget switching between apps to copy and paste multiple bits of information. Use Clips instead, and you’ve got an instant pinboard.
The Week is a print magazine that summarises what’s been going on in the UK and abroad. Well, it’s not only print – there are apps too.
Skype has been around for a long while, but this new app brings the classic service into the video age by catering for free group video messaging.
If you are a sucker for messaging apps then Snowball Beta may have instant appeal. It is your single point of access to every incoming message.
LockAgenda is a Windows Phone exclusive app that’s great for busy people who want to see different views of their upcoming schedule from the lock screen.
Photoshop is the bee’s knees for image editing, and you can get a taste of its brilliance with Adobe Photoshop Mix.
Windows Phone owners who are photo fans will love this free app for tweaking their snaps to add a bit of variation and vibrancy.
Quip takes an innovative approach to collaborative working, bringing together documents, to-do lists and even chat in one place so you can get more done, more quickly.
While the Lumia 735 might look like just another Windows Phone, it sports some nice features, won’t break the bank and should really appeal to selfie fans.
Car sharing is a popular way for many people to get from A to B, and BlaBlaCar has more than ten million members.
Pennies shows that money management apps don’t have to be complex and bloated with reporting features, rather they can be clean, simple to use, and flexible.
Weather apps are among the most popular for handsets, and that’s not really a surprise – we all like to know if we’ll need a raincoat.
ScribbleBoard is a neat app that lets you draw rather than write messages – as long as you are running iOS 8, that is.
Online banking is a popular smartphone activity. Use BillGuard to manage multiple accounts, track spending and even spot charging errors.
Flipboard is far from a new app, but Windows Phone users can now enjoy its ability to produce personalised news content.
There are two new iPhones on the block, both bigger than we’ve seen before, but is the larger of the two – the iPhone 6 Plus – worth the extra outlay?
Some people find composing photos can be a challenge. If that sounds like you, let Camera51 give you a helping hand.
Sharing files from your mobile can be a bit of a challenge, especially if they are large. Send Anywhere overcomes that problem.
The Sony Xperia Z3 Compact might be small in size, but it is brimming with high quality features and benefits from a robust, waterproof design that helps make it a standout handset.
Are you starting to think you are addicted to your mobile? Checky – Phone Habit Tracker can help you break the habit.
Avast Antivirus and Security brings all-important protection to your handset and guards against a range of different security problems which can occur.
UC Browser is another alternative web browser, and this one can be installed on Windows Phone as well as on iOS and Android.
You know those situations where you want to take a photo, you wait, you snap, then you realise you picked the wrong millisecond? They’re a thing of the past with Vhoto.
Today’s highlighted app is for a rather focused community – regular users of London buses. If you fall into that group, Stopcast is definitely one to try.
The BlackBerry Passport is the oddest looking smartphone to hit the reviews desk for some time, but that doesn’t have to be bad news. Does the Passport do enough to be a compelling choice?