Video editing doesn’t get much neater than with MovieJax, a Windows Phone app that’s all about ease of use and creativity.
PQChat provides you with a secure way to message people in your network and keep your communications away from prying eyes.
Yahoo News Digest is an easy to use news aggregator that delivers digests to your handset twice a day, for reading at your convenience.
The Acer Iconia A1-830 is a remarkably low cost 7.9in Android tablet. It is well-built and neat looking, but there are a couple of downsides here.
Spotify is a quality music streaming service and after quite a wait its Windows Phone app has been given an overhaul.
The HTC One mini 2 shares many design features with the One M8, although it drops the specifications and price down a couple of notches.
If you're a music fan PingTune could be a great app, simply because its sole reason for existence is to let you share tunes.
Don’t just sit there – go and do something. Frugl finds free or low cost events which Londoners on a budget can enjoy.
HulloMail is a sophisticated voicemail management service with options for individual users and business customers.
There's lots that pleases us when it comes to the new Huawei Ascend P7, and among its features are a range of neat twists on Android.
An instant translator for the printed word, Waygo could be really useful if your travel plans include China and/or Japan.
Never spend another minute gazing vacantly into space – if you’re bored, fire up TuneIn Radio and browse audio-based delights from around the world.
This Toshiba offering is a nice enough notebook with some specifications that will appeal to business users, but it is expensive and a little chunky.
Instapaper lets you save all the goodies you find while browsing the web, keeping them together for your offline reading pleasure.
Keep an eye on your finances at all times with Money Dashboard – and work out where you’re going wrong with your spending habits.
It has some rough edges, but the new Motorola Moto E looks set to turn the sub-£100 Android handset market on its head.
The YotaPhone is a first-generation handset with a colour screen on one side and an E-ink screen on the rear. It isn’t a great phone, but the idea is compelling.
Snaply lets you give away or sell things you don’t need to people in your local area, and also get stuff you do need from others.
Wunderlist is a to-do list manager which is easy to use, and boasts collaborative features along with cross-device synchronisation.
Google Drive has rescinded editing capabilities, which are now only possible if you download separate Google Sheets and Google Docs apps.
Pushbullet lets you share information between your phone and desktop computer with a minimum of fuss. It’s a clever little app with plenty of scope.
If you want all the immediacy of social media and an app that won’t keep those embarrassing photos on record forever, try Snapchat.
The Huawei Ascend P7 is a nicely designed, neatly specified handset with an attractive Android skin, and it only lacks in one area.
Sony has differentiated the low-cost Xperia E1 from other entry-level handsets by focusing on its music playing abilities. How well has that strategy worked?
JustCast for Chromecast can send music, video and photos to your TV via the Chromecast dongle, allowing you to share media with an audience.