One of the big plus points of this secret messaging app is that it can remove the conversation not only on your side, but also for the recipient.
Using a handset to manage playlists is hardly a new idea, but QCast Music brings some very neat new tricks to the concept.
If you like the idea of notifications on your Android handset lock screen but can’t get what you need, Notific can plug the gap.
If you need to keep an eye on where all your money goes then Spending Tracker is an app which is well worth downloading.
Photoshop is the self-styled world leader in digital imaging, and its editing capabilities extend into apps for Windows Phone, Android and iPhone.
If you access a lot of email or shared files on your phone, WinZip can be a vital companion as it helps you get at files which have been compressed.
If you are looking for a restaurant booking app then Bookatable may appeal, and it might particularly suit if you do a lot of international travel.
Business people who regularly need to collaborate with others in different locations need good web conferencing services, and iMeet fits that bill.
If you thought there was only one LinkedIn app, think again. LinkedIn Connected debuts on iOS to help you stay informed.
No, this app is not especially for those who like a certain type of footwear. It is for those who like a certain high street store.
Barclays Pingit lets you send and receive money even if you are not a Barclays customer – and it has a host of advanced features.
If you are one of those people who likes to refresh their apps regularly and has an eye for a bargain, try AppZapp.
If you are a fan of YouTube and have your own channel, then YouTube Creator Studio is an app you should definitely consider downloading.
You can get a feel for one of the hotly anticipated upcoming Android L features by installing this nifty app today.
If you want completely secure two-way messaging so that your communications are truly private then take a look at Sicher.
It’s hard to describe Boxes in a nutshell: Home inventory, stock list, mood board, décor researcher – it’s all that and more.
If you have ever been late for an appointment or meeting in the past you may find MiTime is the ideal travel partner.
This app might have a very odd name, but ooVoo offers free video chat with individuals and groups, alongside a range of other attractive extras.
AutomateIt Pro is a clever app that lets you set up a whole host of rules for automatically completing tasks you’d normally have to perform manually.
Use OverHeard to save and share sound clips of stuff that matters to you – plus the app has plenty of extras to help add meaning to what you’re sharing.
Home security systems don’t come cheap, but Salient Eye can give you home security features via your handset for no charge.
Copy Bubble is a copy and paste app which should suit people who need to do lots of multi-app stuff with their handset.
Kobo has just produced a Windows Phone app, although it has been around for some time now on Android and iPhone.
Frequent travellers will like Moovit, an app which works out routes for you and has a host of useful transport-related features.
This 10.1in tablet has some excellent features going beyond the S Pen, which all combine to raise Samsung’s slate several notches above the ordinary.