Who needs a VPN? Anyone interested in using the internet without giving away where they are in the world, or those who want to protect against mobile eavesdroppers.
Lots of us have a Twitter app on our handset, but Castround grants access to tweets in a geographically-focused way.
Fancy using directory enquiries without paying for it? UKPB Free Directory Enquiries gives you the power to do just that.
The SwiftKey keyboard has been around for ages on Android, and at last iOS 8 means iPhone (and iPad) fans can get it too.
The iPhone 6 has arrived sporting a fresh hardware design and plenty of new features. Does it do what’s needed to lift Apple high among the top smartphones of the year?
The Asus MeMo Pad 8 is a neat tablet with some nice software tweaks which is inevitably going to battle against the upcoming Nexus from Google.
Mashable keeps you up to date with happenings in tech, social media and entertainment, and alerts you when stories start to go viral.
Given all the things a smartphone can do, managing your shopping list might not seem like a high priority. But the right shopping list app can make a world of difference to everyday life.
Polamatic gives you something a little different from your typical photo editor, as it harks back to the good old days of the Polaroid instant camera.
Make the most of your time by using Boxer to deal with email quickly and efficiently while you are out and about.
If you fancy controlling your PC from your Windows Phone device, then you need Microsoft Remote Desktop, which could be very handy if you are stuck for some key information while out and about.
The Good Pub Guide 2015 brings reviews of thousands of pubs to your fingertips, and the app boasts sophisticated search facilities.
Pronounce Folr as ‘follow’ and you’ll get an idea of what this app is for – keeping an eye on the whereabouts of other people.
If you enjoy wine then CellarTracker could be invaluable, as it claims to offer the world’s largest collection of wine reviews.
If you want news and information on topics of interest delivered automatically to your handset, take a look at Delvv which can do just that.
If you struggle to manage multiple email accounts, attachments and contacts quickly and easily, Acompli could be your new best friend.
Contact Center is a utility for everyone who uses messaging services. It brings all your messaging apps into one place for quick and easy use.
Messaging aggregator app fuseMe lets you communicate in lots of different ways, and it’s fully secure, with plenty of smart features.
Okay, so Calc+ is a calculator app, but don’t turn away with boredom before clicking through to this article to find out what makes it special.
Hyperlapse is a new standalone iPhone app from Instagram, and it allows you to make smart looking time-lapse videos.
So, you want to learn to code but you can’t seem to find the time to settle down to the task. In that case, Udacity brings coding lessons to your handset.
If you are worried about security threats when using public Wi-Fi, then you might want to try Hotspot Shield VPN.
Use Foodmento to rate food you eat and share the info with others, and then reverse things and use the app to find good food for yourself.
Cabin provides groups like families with a secure place to share information and keep in touch. With chat, location data and more, it has loads of potential.