My favourite satnav app has made its way to Windows Phone at last, so now all you Microsoft phone fans can join the iPhone and Android brigade and enjoy CoPilot.
Lots of us say we’d like to learn a foreign language one day, and keep putting that day off. Why wait? Start now with Busuu.
If you spend a lot of time texting, you deserve an app that works well. Handcent SMS is a popular choice and it has just been updated.
UpTo Calendar is a clever little app that can draw on multiple different calendars to give you a clear view of your schedule.
If you are a regular user of cloud services Dropbox and Google Drive, then you just might find Unclouded is the best little storage management utility you’ve ever downloaded.
Some people want complex task management apps – but some just want a nice neat list of what they need to do next, which this app provides.
Syncplicity provides easy access to all your important files. The app comes in versions for individuals, small businesses and large corporations.
Travelling can be quite expensive, so why not car share? And if you are doing that, why not use GoCarShare to offer or find travel assistance?
Not another cloud storage service, surely? Well, yes. MediaFire gives you mobile access to, erm, your media. And there are some neat extra features here.
TED does not, in fact, refer to a teddy bear, rather it’s the name of a non-profit organisation devoted to spreading ideas – by video. And you can access them with an app.
Even fairly light smartphone users are likely to acquire files of various kinds, and Tomi File Manager is the best file manager we've ever found. It’s simply brilliant!
Video editing and sharing on your Windows Phone comes courtesy of Movie Maker 8.1 which has a lot of neat features.
Want a photo sharing app which doesn’t require you to sign over ownership rights? Try Lenshare. It’s not just about photos, either, it’s more about “phideo”.
StumbleUpon is a well-established web-based service for finding stuff that interests you. Its neat smartphone apps should help you, erm, stumble upon stuff which is of interest.
The BlackBerry Messenger communications app is newly available for Windows Phone and has been on Android and iPhone for a while.
Vivino is a super app for anyone with an interest in wine – it can help you better understand wine, and its bottle scanner aids in making wise buying decisions.
While we wait to get our hands on the new Sony Xperia Z3, the mid-range, thin, large-screened Xperia T3 has landed for review. So is it any good?
Digify is a secret file-sharing app with a number of useful features including the ability to self-destruct files and keep them read-only.
Wherever you are there’s always something to do, but how do you find out about it, record it, and share it? MapHook, that’s how.
If you have not yet discovered podcasts or are searching for a new app with some smart features to try out, take a look at Overcast.
The new Nokia Lumia 930 is the flagship handset of the Lumia range, and if you’ve got one, you’ll want to make the most of it. We show you how.
Sometimes the simple apps are the best, and this countdown app, Eventacular, proves that point very nicely indeed.
Train Tickets works across the whole National Rail network and has just about every feature the rail user needs.
Anyone who has tried to work with shortened URLs on their handset will likely whoop with joy at the thought of ShortPaste.
If you don’t always find the forecasting in your regular weather app is accurate, you should give Climendo a whirl.